Caroline Gombé 's international career includes credits in film, TV and theatre in both the US and Europe working with prestigious artists on both sides of the ocean. Some of her recent credits include "What happened to Monday?" (2016) , Club Dead (Hulu 2016), Janie Charismanic (Hulu 2016), Digital Physics (Amazon 2016) and a recurring role in the Nickelodeon TV series Alien Dawn (2013).
Due to her facility for languages and accents and training with dialect coaches D.A.Stern at UCONN and her dialect coach lessons with Leigh Dillon (currently) Caroline has been cast in roles speaking in African (Congolese, South-African, Nigerian), Eastern European, French, Yiddish. She is fluent in Romanian, French and semi-fluent in Spanish.
Caroline holds an MA in Acting Performing Techniques at UCONN and a BFA at The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, Bucharest, Romania.
As a graduate student she was part of Connecticut Repertory Theatre's productions of Comedy of Errors (dir.Paul Mullins), Hair (dir.Gabriel Barre), Galileo (dir.Gary English), Pericles (dir.Dale Rose).
Upon graduation she became part of The Blind Trip project - NYC 2010 and the world premiere of Train to 2010 at the Tony-Award-winning Crossroads Theatre (dir.Ricardo Khan). In 2011 she played Sophie in the Unicorn Theatre production of the Pulitzer Prize awarded play Ruined (dir.Ricardo Khan) and she proudly became one of the few International members of Actors' Equity Association.
Originally from Romania , Caroline was the first mixed race actress accepted in the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts of Romania. She was part of the cast of the first production of Chicago at The National Theatre of Romania playing the Master of Ceremony, Liz and cover for Velma Kelly. She also worked in many other theatrical productions in Bucharest and other Romanian cities: The Crucible (Tituba), Biloxi Blues (Rowena), The Cherry Orchard among others. She was also part of the cast of several feature films shot in Romania (Modigliani, Vacuums, Second Hand, Natures Mortes), TV series (La urgenta, Burlacii) and commercials (Zapp, Skoll, Ford UEFA Champions League).
Caroline is also a very talented dancer who was first part of the productions of the musical theatre in her hometown, Toma Caragiu Theatre and then expanded and mixed her dance abilities with the acting work in several projects around the world. While in NYC she worked with one of the most influential choreographer in the world, Dianne McIntyre.
Caroline Gombé is a gifted singer. She was part of several musicals and musical theatre productions and had some solo collaborations with other artists in Romania. She works as a voice-over actress, some of her credits include: Mc Donalds, Tina R, Romanian Commercial Bank, Toyota, Rexona, SunSilk, Head&Shoulders among others.