Born in New Haven, Connecticut, Caitlin’s passion for entertainment was sparked at an early age. Though pint-sized in stature, Caitlin was certainly no wallflower. At many public gatherings, Caitlin would find herself standing atop the tallest chair, belting her heart out to crowd favorite show tunes. Local pageants, theater productions and commercials allowed Caitlin to showcase her singing, acting and dancing talents competitively. Regardless of her audience, Caitlin was fearless in making the world her stage.
In 2002, Caitlin began auditioning in New York City and launched her professional acting career with a day playing role on soap opera, All My Children.
In 2003 she landed the role of “Marta” in Paramount Picture’s major motion film, School of Rock. The film’s box office success sparked a 2004 MTV Movie Award nomination for “Best On Screen Team,” and Caitlin, alongside fellow School of Rock band members, was invited to perform nationally and overseas on television talk shows.
Caitlin applied the disciplined focus she developed throughout her years of performing to her post-secondary education. In 2013, she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Relations from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
As a Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) member, Caitlin continues her successful journey in the entertainment industry as a professional actress and singer. After all, there’s no business like show business!