Carolyn Dando

Carolyn Dando



Carolyn Dando is an Australian actress, best known for her roles in popular television shows such as Neighbours, All Saints, City Homicide, and Home and Away.

Carolyn was born in Melbourne, Australia on the 4th November 1987. She was the middle child of three, with an older brother and younger sister. At a young age, Carolyn developed a keen interest in acting and enrolled in local drama classes. She was a natural performer, and quickly made a name for herself in the local theatre scene.

At the age of 15, Carolyn was offered her first professional acting job, playing the role of Miranda in the Australian soap opera, Neighbours. The role was a great success, and she was soon cast in other Australian television shows such as All Saints, City Homicide, and Home and Away.

In 2012, Carolyn was cast in the Australian feature film, The Turning. She starred alongside some of Australia's leading actors, and the film went on to be a commercial success. The following year, Carolyn was cast in the hit television series, Offspring. She played the role of Sarah, a troubled teen, and the show went on to be a smash hit.

In recent years, Carolyn has continued to take on exciting roles in both television and film. She has appeared in popular shows such as The Wrong Girl, and the Australian drama, Sisters. She has also appeared in two feature films, Scare Campaign and The Nightingale.

Carolyn is an accomplished actress, and her work has been recognised by her peers. She has been nominated for the AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress, and has won the Logie Award for Most Popular New Female Talent.

Carolyn is passionate about her work, and is committed to delivering powerful and authentic performances. She continues to take on a variety of roles, and is sure to be one of Australia's most successful actors in the years to come.

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