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Carolina is an award winning actor and writer based in New York and Milan. 

She graduated with Honors at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she majored in Acting and Philosophy.  She won 5 Best Actress Awards by various Film Festivals for her work in the shorts BARRACUDA and Getting A Scholarship. In December 2019 she premiered her first play, Sýrma, a contemporary myth inspired by greek mythology, which she wrote, produced and starred in. The play has been selected to participate at The New York Theater Festival in June 2020.


The pandemic didn't stop her from working: in 2021 she produced three short movies that had a strong social impact: "Ridiamoci Su!" (Let's Laugh About It) went viral on Instagram, making more than 800K views; "Worthy Citizens" was produced in collaboration with Catcalls of NYC and Wanna Be Safe, two non-profits focused on spreading awareness on street harassment; "The Cumbersome Guest" was premiered at GAM (the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan). "Matriarchy", commissioned by MamaChat, stars national actors such as Cecilia Dazzi, Jane Alexander, Valentina Melis and Pier Luca Mariti alongside Carolina. Her work was praised by important newspapers and magazines, such as Corriere della Sera, ELLE Magazine and Vanity Fair, amongst others.

Carolina recently wrapped a TV series by RAI and a short movie in the US. She was also commissioned two monologues by Università degli Studi di Milano, which she both performed in sold out events with more than 600 people in the audience.


 You can see more of her work by clicking the YouTube or Instagram icon or heading to the News and Media section of this website.

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