Carrie is a Los Angeles-based playwright, actor and comedian. She grew up in a small town in southern Virginia before moving to Chicago, where she studied Fine Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago and then received an MFA in Writing for the Screen & Stage at Northwestern University. An award-winning playwright, Carrie’s plays have been developed at the famed National Playwrights Conference at The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Kitchen Dog Theatre (Dallas) and produced in Los Angeles, Chicago, Louisville, Omaha and Cape Cod. A veteran of the Chicago and Los Angeles sketch and improv communities, her comedy shows have been produced across the country and as far as the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
You can currently see Carrie recur on Nickelodeon's Henry Danger as news anchor Mary Gaperman, while hearing her voice in the accompanying animated series Adventures of Kid Danger. Other television credits include the ABC pilot United We Fall, Uncle Buck on CBS, the TBS pilot Untapped, and Partners on FX. Carrie starred in the short film Room Service, which won her Best Actress in a Short Film at the 2019 LA Comedy Festival. She held a supporting role opposite Jon Daly and Kurt Braunohler in the JASH short film Brown and has appeared in over 40 National commercials.