Caroline Dries

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Caroline Dries
Born United States
Occupation Television writer, producer
Years active 2006–present

Caroline Dries is an American television writer and producer who has worked as a writer on three series for The CW; Smallville, Melrose Place and is currently serving as a Executive producer on The Vampire Diaries.[1] She is also known for the footage she captured of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on NYC.[2]

Television work[edit]

Smallville[edit]

  • "Cyborg" (5.15)
  • "Oracle" (5.21)
  • "Subterranean" (6.09)
  • "Nemesis" (6.19)
  • "Action" (7.05)
  • "Gemini" (7.09)
  • "Fracture" (7.12)
  • "Sleeper" (7.17)
  • "Toxic" (8.03)
  • "Bloodline" (8.08)
  • "Infamous" (8.15)
  • "Stiletto" (8.19)

Melrose Place[edit]

  • "Grand" (1.03)
  • "Cahuenga" (1.10)
  • "Stoner Canyon" (1.14) (with Caprice Crane)
  • "Sepulveda" (1.17)

The Vampire Diaries[edit]

  • "Miss Mystic Falls" (1.19) (with Bryan Oh)
  • "Isobel" (1.21) (with Brian Young)
  • "Memory Lane" (2.04)
  • "The Sacrifice" (2.10)
  • "The House Guest" (2.16)
  • "The Sun Also Rises" (2.21) (with Mike Daniels)
  • "The End of the Affair" (3.03)
  • "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (3.06) (with Julie Plec)
  • "Ordinary People" (3.08) (with Julie Plec)
  • "Dangerous Liaisons" (3.14)
  • "The Murder Of One" (3.18)
  • "Before Sunset" (3.21)
  • "Growing Pains" (4.01)
  • "My Brother's Keeper" (4.07) (with Elisabeth R. Finch)
  • "Into the Wild" (4.13)
  • "Pictures of You" (4.19) (with Neil Reynolds)
  • "The Walking Dead" (4.22) (with Brian Young)
  • "Graduation" (4.23) (with Julie Plec)
  • "I Know What You Did Last Summer" (5.01)
  • "Handle with Care" (5.06) (with Holly Brix)
  • "Fifty Shades of Grayson" (5.10)
  • "500 Years of Solitude" (5.11) (with Julie Plec)
  • "While You Were Sleeping" (5.16)
  • "Resident Evil" (5.18) (with Brian Young)
  • "Home" (5.22) (with Brian Young)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Caroline Dries from Melrose Place". Film.com. Retrieved January 6, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Student shoots video of WTC on 9/11". youtube.com. Retrieved April 12, 2013. 

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