Caroline Gordon-Elliott graduated from Vassar College with a BA in drama and political science (and the fantasy that her life would be just as cool as "Reality Bites" but in a higher income bracket) she immediately hopped into her hand-me-down Honda and left her NYC childhood home to drive across the country (with a hot guy she fortunately broke up with shortly after) to Los Angeles to fulfill her mother's dream of being cast as Julia Roberts' younger sister (in some movie that was probably never going to be written.) After auditioning for the Power Rangers, Gigli, and starring in a movie that was supposed to be the next big thing, but that never left the edit bay (but that fortunately gave her a SAG card, which offered expensive legitimacy and free DVDs every awards season) she decided it was time she started writing her own stuff.
She wrote and co-produced her first play, 4 Girls from Vassar, which was, in fact, starring 4 girls from Vassar. LA Weekly thought Caroline was attractive, which meant a lot to her ego, but also thought she was funny and smart, which really helped her ego. She went on to write two more plays, which also rocked, to which LA Weekly did not mention Caroline's attractiveness, but did say that her wit was razor sharp, which was just fine for her. She started writing screenplays, and after learning how to not write bad ones anymore, she decided screenwriting was where she truly wanted to starve as an artist.
Realizing that she also needed to pay rent, Caroline got a job as an associate story producer on the short-lived, cult “classic” reality TV series “Love is in the Heir” on E! Entertainment. She then co-founded The Monkey Box, a sketch comedy show on the Internet that gained over 5-million views, which she both performed in and wrote for. She wrote such sketches as “Extreme Make-Over: HomeLESS Edition” and played a “sexy” phone sex nerd in the hit video “1-900-NERD-GIRL.”, which garnered over 3-million views.
Having married another hot guy (whom she fortunately did not break up with) Caroline returned to the East Coast where she started a workshop in midtown Manhattan, the Writers and Actors Group (WAG), where actors and screenwriters gather every week to workshop screenplays. She lives in New York with her three little girls, a cat, a dog, a husband, and ten(ish) fish.