VP Advocacy, CSA Board of Directors
Film, TV, Theatre, New Media
About Caroline Liem
- Caroline Liem is a casting director based in Los Angeles. For 20 years she has cast studio features, independent films, television series and pilots for Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Disney Studios, Sony, Warner Bros, Nick Jr, ABC, CBS, NBC, The CW and Fox. Before there was American Horror Story, there was Popular, the first show she worked on alongside Ryan Murphy. Mentored by some of the top casting directors in our industry, Caroline has enjoyed casting alongside many prominent producers and directors, including Lauren Shuler Donner, David Goyer, and Jon Turteltaub, as well as with Disney Studios’ casting department, overseeing such projects as “Gone In Sixty Seconds”, “Pearl Harbor,” and “Gangs of New York.” She served as head of casting for the award-winning late night show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and added video games, Assassin’s Creed III and Far Cry, to her varied and eclectic work. Additional credits include X-Men 2 and Blade Trinity. Her background as a musician and singer, progressing to actor and casting director, provided a firm foundation and distinct network of professionals in both film and television. Caroline is currently Vice President of Advocacy with the CSA Board of Directors and is involved with the organization’s Equity In Entertainment, Training & Education, Artist Development Committees and the CSA BIPOC Alliance.