A talented actress and emerging producer, Carolyn Meyer grew up in a small town in Michigan, just northeast of Lansing. After graduating from High School and making a short stop in Florida, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career and has played a variety of roles in film and television.
Dramatic acting was Carolyn's sole focus until she co-created the role of Caroline McCluskey with writer-director Zack Van Eyck. Carolyn played the comedic lead in "Sweet Caroline," a mocku-reality TV series they co-created. Carolyn embraced the role of the uneducated and hopelessly idealistic Caroline McCluskey, delivering strong performances in "Sweet Caroline" and the prequel series, "Caroline the Job Hunter."
Carolyn received the Best Actress Award at the 2016 Hollywood Short Film Festival for "Sweet Caroline." Her show took home the best-of-fest Grand Jury Prize and two other awards at the 2015 Hollywood & Vine Film Festival and was nominated for Best Web Series at the 2015 Orlando International Film Festival.
Carolyn has two sisters and a brother. Her birthday is April 24.
Carolyn is an actress and producer known for Sweet Caroline (2015), Caroline the Job Hunter (2016) and Snakes on a Train (2006)
Film (Short, Drama and Thriller) Actress Maria, a 9 yo girl lives in an extremely violent and dangerous post apocalyptic-ish world controlled by Drug Cartels. It is a futuristic dystopian world (50 years in the future) where the democratic government was destroyed by the power of drug related groups which rule this society with strict discipline, fear and constant domination both psychological and physical. Due to this restrictive and absolute control, technology went from being forbidden, to extinct and the new generations know about it due to memories shared by the grown ups and elderly; like the simple things we give for granted as internet or even a photography. Is in this tough and dangerous world where Maria wants for her birthday present to play at the park across the street. But people die there since loitering in public places it's forbidden as many other things by the Cartels who govern this world with a set of rules call MIRA Protocol.
Television (Comedy) Actress A Southern woman's unintentionally hilarious job-application videos end up on the Internet and go viral. Caroline is discovered by a producer and soon leaves her native Coonsburra for Hollywood to star in her own reality show.
Caroline the Job Hunter
Television (Comedy) Actress Caroline McCluskey doesn't have the education or skills required for most jobs. But "optimism" is her middle name and she won't stop applying for jobs out of her reach until she reaches one.
Sweet Caroline half-hour pilot
TV Movie (Comedy) Actress An under-educated Southern woman's job interviews are posted online and go viral; then Hollywood calls. But Caroline's polyamorous husband Cletus, her unscrupulous producer and a rodent infestation turn her reality show dreams into "Hollywood Hell."
Coitus of the Week
Television (Comedy and Sport) Camera and Electrical Department Two pro sex-aletes compete, in bed, in front of a live audience, trying to force their opponent to have an orgasm, in this sports broadcast parody.
WMM Sketch Show
Television (Comedy) Actress WMM Sketch Show is a weekly comedy series shot at YouTubeSpace LA. The scripts, actors, and crew are all sourced from the LA based film collective, We Make Movies. We Make Movies was founded in 2009 to try to make the film industry suck less. It's grown to a community of filmmakers from Hollywood to Toronto dedicated to empowering each other to make movies on their own terms. To do that, We Make Movies offers an arsenal of resources, knowledge, shared experience and community support. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Drama) Actress A mother learns to accept that her autistic boy paints the world differently.
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Actress A young man dreams about being a great painter by joining a world renowned art school, but struggles with the demands and wishes of his alcoholic father. Will he stand against his father and fulfill his dream of becoming the greatest artist he can be? Written by Javier Vivas (IV)
Film (Short and Drama) Actress In a seedy Hollywood motel where her mother works as a maid, a little girl must find the courage to confront the harsh reality of life when she discovers that nothing is quite what it seems, especially her big sister. Written by Duke Johnson
Snakes on a Train
Video (Horror) Actress A Zombie curse is placed upon a woman, which causes her to have living snakes inside her. Brujo, who is looking after her, attempts to take her to Los Angeles on the train. After several confrontations on the train, Brujo's collection of snakes manage to separate themselves from their owner and go on the hunt. Whilst all this is happening, normal, everyday passengers are relaxing, what is unknown to them is that something deadly is heading their way, and that there is no way out. Written by Vampiric
Film (Short and Drama) Actress When a mysterious man comes looking for a place to stay after a freak meteorite crashes in the mountains, little Emily Duncan begins to suspect that he is from another world. Her suspicions grow when he shows Emily one of his special seeds that seem to grow out of nothing. However, when the FBI come looking for the man, they claim that the man is, in fact, John Harman, a Nobel award-winning scientist who has gone missing and is in danger of breaking his non-disclosure agreement with the government. Emily is forced to face the truth that the man is, in fact, only human, but his beliefs make an impression on the troubled child, and before he leaves, he gives Emily one last special present. Written by Nick Davidge
Carnage & Deception: A Killer's Perfect Murder
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Days of Our Lives
Television (Drama and Romance) Actress "Like sands through the hourglass... so are the Days of Our Lives." These words, spoken by late cast member Macdonald Carey, open every episode of this daytime drama, chronicaling the trials and tribulations of the citizens of the fictional city of Salem. Written by Kevin Ackley <email@example.com>