Caroline Heinle is a bi-coastal actor, writer and producer, currently based in NYC and is best known for her performances in independent films, new media and commercials. She is well known for her work in "Broken Gardenias", "Jokers Wild" and "Into The Outbreak", in which she received her first nomination for best actress in a feature film. She began her training at The Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ as a youth and earned her Bachelors Degree in Broadcast Journalism, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a minor in Political Science.
After studying abroad in London and graduating in Rhode Island, Heinle relocated to Los Angeles, where she trained, worked in film, television, and wrote and performed live sketch comedy. Heinle returned to her east coast routes in 2016, in order to tackle back surgery, which she shared in a blog published in the NY Post and Daily Mail. Heinle is passionate about human interest stories and sharing real-life subject matters with her audiences. She is currently in pre-production for her short film, WHITE NOISE.
Heinle is represented by the Bohemia Group.
Recent Performances and Highlights
In her spare time, Heinle is a writer, health enthusiast and social media marketer. She is passionate about story telling, creativity, making people laugh, being goofy, health & wellness and living life to the fullest. During the week, you can find her frequenting different coffee shops after a quick run or zen yoga "sesh", and on the weekends, taste-testing a new mezcal cocktail recipe at a swanky speakeasy with creative friends, or switching it up for football Sundays with the fam.
Caroline stars in Lake Film's latest project, "STILL". A thriller based on writer, Christopher Mancuso's, personal experiences with sleep paralysis, which is now circulating festivals. Caroline plays leading actress Tracey. Watch the trailer HERE!
In Development: Caroline launched a successful fundraising campaign for her first short film! "White Noise" is a cinematic suspense drama loosely based on her blog about her struggles with scoliosis, as featured in the NY Post and Daily Mail, with a small spotlight on mental health.