Caroline Klidonas




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Caroline’s episode on Oxygen Network’s new crime show A LIE TO DIE FOR premiered!

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Summer Show

Caroline is cast as Chris in Dancing at Lughnasa at Open Fist Theatre Company, playing through August 31st.


Spoken Word Show

Performance artist, Christina Dunbar, booked Caroline to perform her spoken word poem “Scarlet Letter” in the show MISS-BEHAVING, which is all about the “taboo” stories women aren’t allowed to share.

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Rave Reviews!

LA critics praise Caroline for her work as Rivvy in “High School Intifada” in Open Fist Theatre’s show, WHAT MATTERS NOW?/!

"Possibly the most effective of the evening...Klidonas is particularly strong" — OnStage Los Angeles

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Caroline books a co-star role as Sharon in the new Showtime pilot, Queen Fur. She had the privilege of shooting for a day in Atlanta, and is thrilled to earn her SAG-eligibility from this job. (She’s also thrilled to have taken her first-ever #trailerselfie).

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Southern CA Premiere

Caroline plays the role of Tammy in the OVATION RECOMMENDED, Southern CA premiere of All Night Long by John O'Keefe at Open Fist Theatre Company. The show received rave reviews:

“Klidonas…projects confidence as Tammy…a monologue wherein she turns what should be a disturbing recollection of her father sexually abusing her into bragging is expertly done.” — Terry Morgan, Stage Raw

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SLAM Poem Release

Caroline’s self-produced, original spoken word poetry video Scarlet Letter is released in Harness Magazine.

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Indie Film Premiere

Side Swiped, in which Caroline plays the lead, is one of five films selected to premiere at the Samuel Goldwyn Theatre at the Academy of Motion Picture of Arts and Sciences.


Caroline is an actor, writer, spoken word artist, and doting stage mother to her dog, Mike.

Her LA theatre credits: Chris in Dancing at Lughnasa; Rivvy in High School Intifada; Tammy in the OVATION RECOMMENDED and Southern California premiere of John O’Keefe’s surreal sitcom-style play, All Night Long, at Open Fist Theatre Company; Cynthia in Christmas Day Job on the Second City main stage; First Witch & Porter in Macbeth; Tricia in Dog Sees God at the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and the sword-wielding Benvolio in Romeo & Juliet. Caroline is a current member of Open Fist Theatre Company.  

In TV, Caroline can be seen on OXYGEN’s A Lie to Die For (2019). She also booked a co-star role in the SHOWTIME pilot, Queen Fur (2019). Her independent film credits include: the lead in Side Swiped, which was selected to premiere in a film showcase at the Academy of Motion Pictures of Arts and Sciences; a supporting role in The Passion of Chris and Find Your Place.

She has self-produced and starred in several spoken word poetry videos that have been featured on various platforms, both online and on the stage. Scarlet Letter was featured in Harness Magazine and with the organization Shout Your Abortion. Empire Dreams, originally released online, was later selected from hundreds of playwright submissions across the country to debut at Open Fist Theatre Company in their political pop-up show, One Year Later. She had the opportunity to collaborate with choreographer Tony Testa (THE GREATEST SHOWMEN, THE GRAMMY'S) for her performance. 

Caroline's had the honor of performing spoken word poetry in showcases throughout LA, including AWAKE Artists, On The List Poetry, RED, and Miss-Behaving.


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