Janie Charismanic in which Caroline plays business executive Meagan got The Accolade Award of Excellence from the International Awards Competition - The Accolade.
Here's a link to the official trailer of Club Dead on Caroline Gombé's Facebook Page:
Starting September 2013 Caroline Gombé is back to NYC. She already booked and shot a part in a documentary about James Turrell's installation at Guggenheim Museum.
Janie Charismanic will have a first screening in June 2013. Caroline Gombé plays one of the supporting roles, business manager Meagan. The film has Eric Roberts in its cast.
Caroline Gombé booked one of the leading roles in the featured film Club Dead, written by Stephen Langford and directed by Paul Rocha.
Caroline Gombé is currently based in LA.
Alien Dawn starts February 22nd on Nickelodeon.
In the last month Caroline Gombé auditioned for The Book of Mormon, Orange is the New Black and the feature film Barney for which she also got a callback.
Caroline Gombé just finished shooting for season 1 of Nickelodeon's Alien Dawn
(ex Mission Dawn)
Caroline Gombé finished the shootings for the featured Janie Charismanic which now has Eric Roberts in its cast.
Caroline Gombé booked one of the lead roles in the featured indie film Janie Charismanic and will start shooting at the end of July 2012.
Caroline Gombé booked a part in the indie film Digital Physics shooting in NYC in July - August 2012.
Caroline Gombé started shooting for the indie series Mission Dawn (working title) produced by Nickelodeon/Crook Brothers, playing the astronaut Pleskun.
Caroline Gombé booked a cameo appearance in the indie film
An American in Hollywood, director
Caroline Gombé stars in Byron's music video "Granita-n Ranita", director Mattia Molini.
Caroline Gombé played Sophie in RUINED at Unicorn Theatre, directed by Ricardo Khan. During that project she became member of Actors' Equity
"Gombe embodies Sophie with a quiet grace, like a wounded bird (singing songs to the bar patrons with sweet melodies that don’t jibe with the lyrical commentaries on war)." KCMETROPOLIS.org
"Caroline Gombe was affecting as the shy, girlish Sophie, changing expressions with the tide of events like a will-o’-the-wisp." The Independent INSIDER
"The show over all has moments of mirth, merriment and music. The song stylings of both the onstage musicians and Sophie (Caroline Gombe) create an atmosphere that enhances the jungle set even more. The incorporation of live music elevates the show, allowing it to hover above maudlin and focus on the texture of the characters rather than the severity of the subject matter.
The cast as a whole presented a cohesive feeling to the show. Never was an accent dropped, a swagger misplaced and when tenderness was called for, it was there." CultureMob.com
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"Although the play is dance-enhanced with some frenetic choreography
by Diane McIntyre, many of the scenes are punctuated by the impassioned solo dancing of an expressive
woman (Caroline Gombe)"
"Other supporting roles, mostly seen as ghostly cameos, are convincingly played by Caroline Gombe, and Alvin
Keith as Vavi's parents"
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