Caroline Bloom is a French-American actor, writer, and voiceover artist splitting her time between LA and Atlanta. Raised by a French mom and American dad, she is trilingual in English, French and Italian. Most recently she appeared in HBO Max' THE STAIRCASE starring Colin Firth, as well as in HBO’s HERE AND NOW directed by Alan Ball. You can play her as the legendary French role of Manon Batiste in Respawn’s MEDAL OF HONOR: ABOVE AND BEYOND, for which she did performance capture and voiceover.
She's written and starred in two short films: DA CAPO, which screened at over a dozen festivals including Cleveland International FF and was distributed by Gravitas Ventures, and COMMON DECENCY, for which she was nominated Best Actress in a Short at FilmQuest 2021 and won a screenwriting prize at Pittsburgh Shorts. Her satirical writing has been featured on the comedy platform The Belladonna.
Passionate about independent film, she's also involved in the film festival world, having programmed for and worked at No Budget Film Festival, FICG in LA, LA Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, and Atlanta Film Festival.
She was proudly raised in Northampton, MA and has a BFA in Drama from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.