Caroline Heinle is a bi-coastal actor, writer and producer, currently based in NYC and best known for performances in independent films and new media. She began her training at The Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ and earned her Bachelors Degree in Journalism, graduating Magna Cum Laude, with a minor in Political Science from the University of Rhode Island.
After studying in London, Heinle relocated to Los Angeles, returning to an artistic career in the arts, obtaining success in film, television, commercials, writing and performing live sketch comedy with the Strait Jacket Society Comedy Troupe. It is with the Strait Jacket Society Comedy Troupe that Heinle fell back in love with writing and found her voice.
In 2016, she relocated back to NYC to have spinal fusion surgery for idiopathic scoliosis. Throughout her treatment, she shared weekly blogs and vlogs, which inspired others and gained press in the NY Post and Daily Mail.
Heinle is passionate about storytelling, creativity and inspiring others. She is currently in pre-production for her short film, WHITE NOISE, which is based on her journey with scoliosis.
She also loves to make people laugh and feel, by sharing goofy videos, pretty photos and situational comedy on social media.
Heinle is represented by the Bohemia Group and BMG Talent.
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, laughing, wellness and living life to the fullest. During the week, you can find her frequenting different coffee shops after a quick run or yoga sesh, or in the kitchen testing healthy versions of sweet treats and comfort foods. On the weekends, you can spot her sipping mezcal cocktails or enjoying football Sundays with the fam and friends.
Caroline's interview with Comedy Network Live (CNL)'s
about staying creative during the pandemic.
Caroline's interview with Hoboken Girl about her short film, White Noise, and it's fundraising campaign.
Caroline has received THREE wins and two nominations for Best Actress in a Thriller Short for her work in Lake Film's short film, "STILL" at the 2021 Grove Film Festival, Point Lookout Film Fest and Brightside Tavern Shorts Fest Film Series.
Caroline accepting the award for Best Actress in a Thriller Short at Brightside Tavern Short Fest Film Series, May 2021
STILL is a thriller based on writer, Christopher Mancuso's, personal experience with sleep paralysis, continues to circulate festivals. Watch the trailer HERE!
Caroline's poetry and microblogs can be viewed on her account: Same Coin Different Side.
Caroline is moving into pre-production for her recently completed short film script, WHITE NOISE.
It gained MORE PRESS in a 2020 interview with Hoboken Girl.