Caroline Gordon-Elliott graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts in drama and political science. She immediately hopped into her hand-me-down Honda and left her NYC childhood home to drive across the country to Los Angeles. After auditioning for the revolving door of "The Power Rangers," the box-office flop "Gigli," and starring in a movie that never left the edit bay (but that fortunately gave her a SAG card) she decided it was time she started writing her own stuff.
She wrote and produced a number of plays in Hollywood. LA Weekly thought Caroline was funny and smart, and had razor-sharp wit, which meant a lot to her ego. But being in Los Angeles, she knew movies were where it was at. So she began writing screenplays, and quickly decided screenwriting was where she truly wanted to starve as an artist. Caroline also worked as a story producer in Reality TV, and co-founded the hit online sketch comedy show, The Monkey Box.
Caroline returned to the East Coast in 2011, where she coaches screenwriters to write their best work. She lives in New York with her three little girls, a husband, a dog, three (pet) rats, and ten(ish) fish.