Caroline Grogan is an actor and teaching artist based in New York City. If not on the stage, you can find her recording voiceovers in her booth, teaching young people acting, or running several arts nonprofits. Caroline was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, while spending summers and holidays in Charlottesville,Virginia with her photographer father. Traveling frequently since an early age, she was eager to come to the big city to attend New York University. At Tisch School of the Arts, she studied the Meisner technique for 3 years, and then honed her film acting skills at Stonestreet Studios. Along with her BFA in Drama Performance, Caroline received a Journalism degree at NYU----she hopes to use her skills to tell the average person's story through art-----both on camera and on the stage. Caroline is a little Midwestern girl who is quite traditional; she enjoys old music, baking pies, and sending cards through snail mail.
"Caroline Grogan gives a precocious, crackerjack performance as Mary Warren, a young girl in Abigail’s cohort."
Caroline is now an Audie nominated voice over actor! The cast of Audible's STUCK by Chris Grabenstein received a nominated in the Young Listeners category this Spring. Listen to Caroline's performance of AVA below. It was neat to play a very young girl who ends the book as a dramatic teenager!
The Strangers Came Today by Emily Zemba
directed by Violeta Picayo
Beginning Days of True Jubilation
by Mona Mansour
directed by Scott Illingworth
Photos by Ashley Garrett
Stay tuned for SOCIETY's production in 2024!
Caroline is a proud member of SOCIETY Theatre company. She enjoyed working on TWO productions in the summer of 2022.
"The 14-person cast is packed with majestic, unflappable types (Rosa Gilmore, Jennifer Mogbock, Shayvawn Webster, Alex Templer) and gifted, panicky clowns (Brian Bock, Caroline Grogan, Alex Templer, again), so there’s plenty of comic fodder for their hierarchy games."
- HELEN SHAW
See Caroline on TV!
Caroline played Tessa Lancaster on CBS's FBI: MOST WANTED Episode 2.11"Obstruction." Caroline enjoyed working with director Ken Girotti & the rest of the series regulars!