Caitlin found her passion for acting through her love of musical theatre and singing. Throughout her younger years she excelled at a variety of performing arts schools, such as Brent St, and performed in many productions at her high school, at which she was given a singing scholarship. Caitlin’s love for acting blossomed after doing the Open Program in acting at NIDA and, once she graduated high school, she joined the Rough Hewn Theatre Troupe in Manly. Her highlights from the troupe included performing the role of Alex in “A Clockwork Orange” written by Anthony Burgess and Ruth in “Blythe Spirit” by Noel Coward. After her two and a half years of training at ACA, her most memorable roles were the opportunity to play Queen Margaret in “Henry VI” directed by Jennifer West and George Ogilive, Erina in “Three Sisters” directed by Stephanos Rassios and Gwen in “Fifth of July” directed by Kevin Jackson.