- Caroline Caplan
- Manchester England
- United Kingdom
- Actress Musician
- She Is A Mezzo Soprano And Used To Sing In A Folk Band Called Sapphire.
Caroline Catz is an English actress. She has starred in films, television programmes, theatre and radio.
On deciding to become an actress, she had to change her birth surname from Caplan to Catz as there was already an actress with that name registered at Equity. She came up with Catz after seeing a doodle of a cat, but ironically she is extremely allergic to cats.
She has appeared in All Quiet on the Preston Front, The Bill, Peak Practice, The Vice and Murder in Suburbia. Her most recent role was in ITV1's Doc Martin, where she plays primary school teacher Louisa Glasson. She has played this role to the present day; there have been three series broadcast so far, with a fourth commissioned and as of September 2008 is in production.
In March 2008 she guested with East Kilbride rock combo The Jesus and Mary Chain for a folk rendition of 'Just Like Honey' a track featured in the 2004 film Lost In Translation with Bill Murray.
In November 2008, she played Anna, the puppet maker in the stage production On Emotion. She co-starred in "Déjà-Vu", a radio play broadcasted by BBC RADIO 4 on Wednesday 4 February 2009 at 2.15-3.00pm.
Married to fellow actor Michael Higgs; the couple met on the set of The Bill. They have a son named Sonny and a daughter named Honour.
Catz has played in a folk band called "Sapphire" and an indie outfit called "Monoland."