Caroline Taylor

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Caroline Taylor is an actor, singer, director, journalist and marketer[1] from Trinidad and Tobago.[2][3]

Taylor was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.[4] She studied music, dance and drama at an early age, winning a Trinidad & Tobago National Scholarship for Languages in 2000, and Commonwealth Scholarship (Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan) in 2009. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Performance Studies at Williams College,[5] and studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and the joint La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club and Trinity College, Hartford program in New York City, US. On a Commonwealth Scholarship, she completed a Master of Arts degree in drama at Goldsmiths, University of London.[6]

Taylor's work has included theatrical, musical and operatic performances in Trinidad,[7][8] the United Kingdom[9] and the United States, where she was reportedly the first Trinidadian to write and perform a show at the New York International Fringe Festival in New York City[10] and the Contains Fat Festival in London. In the field of publishing, she is the editor of Discover Trinidad and Tobago[11] at Media and Editorial Projects Limited, and writes for Caribbean Beat.[12][13]


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