Caroline was first bitten by the stage bug at the tender age of 14 when she entered her high school talent show. After winning the contest she knew that she was meant to perform.
Upon leaving tertiary she embarked on her first proffesional show in 2005 when she joined Richard Loring’s Girl Talk 005. She also performed an array of shows for the Barnyard Theater including the Motown hot Chocolate, Walking in Memphis and Under African Skies, a first time endorsed “Proudly South African” show which saw her touring all over europe to places like Holland, Germany, Belgium and Denmark to name a few for three months. The show also went to Turkey before coming back to do yet another successful run throughout the 2010 world cup.
Being no stranger to television, Caroline has shown her worth as a skilled actress where she worked on the biggest soapie in our country Generations for 2 years, was a supporting actress for Nomzamo and worked on a comedy show called On the Couch for Sabc Three.
She went back to the Barnyard and travelled back abroad to many world class countries in the proudly South African show – under African skies Caroline’s recent accolades saw her going back to the stage in the international smash hit musical Dreamgirls where she shared the lead role of Effie White, excited to be a part of a show that she only dreamed would come to the country. Playing a lead was just the cherry on top and then enjoying another three month tour of europe performing her favourite show under African skies!
She came back to the South African stage to entice audiences with smash hit cabaret shows at the Boma Theater including Fire and ice, Burlusque, one hit Wonder and Dancing on the Decade in 2012!
She then had the the honour of being asked to travel yet again in 2013 becoming the resident singer and performer in the Seychelles where she frequents monthly in between enjoying the booming corporate scene in South Africa with the biggest being Bidvest under the conduction of the legends Bryan Schimmel and Jame Bassingthwaighthe as and working on her debut album!
She was undoubtedly excited to be part of the cast of the vivacious Naledi nominated story of the coloured museum at the Market Theater in headed up by the acclaimed direction of James Ncobo where she returned in 2015 to be a part of the Naledi nominated musical Ketekang!
She has recently returned to television incorporating her skill as a vocal coach for the Nigerian counterpart of ‘idols’, a pan african shot show called ‘The Wineer Is’ she is very excited to be a part of the cast of ‘Sister Act’ and is even more humble by her recent Naledi nomination!