Caroline Cave

Caroline Cave


Caroline Cave was born on Jan 25, 1974 in Canada. Caroline Cave's big-screen debut came with War Bride directed by Lyndon Chubbuck in 2001. Caroline Cave is known for A Dog's Purpose directed by Lasse Hallström, Josh Gad stars as Bailey and Dennis Quaid as Adult Ethan. Caroline Cave has got 2 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Caroline Cave achieved is Gemini Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Caroline Cave plays is Devil in Ohio - Season 1 which will be released on Sep 02, 2022.

Caroline was born and raised in West Vancouver, British Columbia. Classical piano and ballet were Caroline's earliest artistic pursuits. At 15, Caroline was invited to study dance at the prestigious Banff Centre and in the elite mentorship program at Ballet British Columbia. A natural triple-threat, Caroline was drawn to theatre in her senior year, followed by formal training at The BFA Acting Conservatory - University of Alberta; at The Royal National Theatre Studio, London; and with such esteemed theatre artists as Larry Moss, Kelly McEvenue, Selina Cadell, and Toby Jones.Caroline made a swift transition into film and television, landing the feature films "Come L'America" opposite Sabrina Ferilli and "The War Bride", opposite Oscar award-winner, Brenda Fricker, "Christmas Rescue" opposite Aiden Quinn, and fan-favorite "Saw VI".Caroline won a Gemini/Canadian Screen Award (Canada's Emmy) as Lead Actress in a dramatic series for her portrayal of attorney Catherine Scott in the series "Crash and Burn". Appearances at The Toronto International Theatre Festival include the feature films "Six Figures" (JR Bourne); "One Week" (Joshua Jackson); and "This Beautiful City", for which she also received the ACTRA Award (Canada's SAG) for Lead Actress.

  • Birthday

    Jan 25, 1974
  • Place of Birth

    West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Also known


Known For


2 wins & 1 nominations

Gemini Awards
Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role
Winner - Gemini
Cra$h & Burn (2009)
ACTRA Awards
Outstanding Performance - Female
Winner - ACTRA Toronto Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows