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Carolina Do is a classically trained New York City-based actress who was born and raised in North Carolina.
(Yes, she IS named after the state. Comes with the territory of having war refugees as parents.)
As a first generation Vietnamese American, she believes strongly in the power of weaving new narratives into the fabric of American history and culture. She is the co-founder of The Sống Collective. She served as a panelist on LaMama Theater's LiveTalks, addressing the recent rise of hate crimes against Asians and creative forms of resilience.
She has worked on Broadway with Second Stage, in NYC with: New Dramatists, Loading Dock Theatre, The Tank, The Flea, Little Theatre @Dixon Place. She recently made her network TV debut on FBI: Most Wanted opposite Julian McMahon.
Also an emerging playwright, she has incubated her work with the Naked Angels' Issue Project Lab and Piper Theater. Her play, My Mother's Daughter, was a 2019 Space On Ryder Farm Semifinalist and 2020 BRICLAB Finalist.
Broadway: "Linda Vista" by Tracy Letts, dir. Dexter Bullard (U/S Minnie) Second Stage. August-November 2019
Currently: "Grand Horizons" by Bess Wohl, dir. by Leigh Silverman. (U/S Jess) Second Stage. December 2019- March 2020.
Recent booking: CBS'"FBI: Most Wanted" co-star opp. Julian McMahon and Nathaniel Arcand (airing in early 2020)
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Manager: Jean-Louis Diamonika @ Invictus Entertainment -
Agent: U-Shin Kim @ UGA Talent -
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