Caroline Dries

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Caroline Dries
Caroline Dries by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Dries in 2015
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 an 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)
  • "I'll Remember" (6.01)
  • "Christmas Through Your Eyes" (6.10)
  • "Stay" (6.14) (with Brian Young)
  • "The Downward Spiral" (6.16) (with Brian Young)
  • "I'm Thinking of You All the While" (6.22) (with Julie Plec)

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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