Caroline Cave is an award-winning actor working in film, television and theatre. She is classically trained (BFA, Honours from the Conservatory in Acting at U of A, with further study at The Banff Centre and The Royal National Theatre Studio, London). Most notable theatre work includes The Syringa Tree, directed by Larry Moss, a one-woman play in which she played 24 characters (Dublin, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver). Other theatre includes appearances at Soulpepper, The National Arts Centre, three seasons at The Shaw Festival, and performing in major theatres across Canada.
Currently, she plays the recurring role of Joline on the Netflix series, Van Helsing, and recently appeared opposite Jon Tenney in Kyra Sedgwick’s directorial debut, Story of a Girl. Feature films include A Dog’s Purpose, Saw 6, and Power Rangers. She’s received a Canadian Screen Award, an ACTRA, a Dora (Toronto), a Jessie (Vancouver), and other nominations.
As a voice artist, she appeared in The Shaw Festival concert series, as the voice of Anna in Michael Ondaatje’s novel Divisadero and narrated the Gemini award-winning documentary Capturing a Short Life. She has taught at The University of Calgary, The Shaw Festival, Mount Royal University, The Calgary Centre for the Arts, Vancouver Film School and On The Mic Studios. Caroline now makes Vancouver her home with her husband and two young children.