Carolina Laursen born in Buenos Aires Argentina in 1980 is today a consecrated model, actress and host in the Argentine and Miami “show business”. At the same time, she has made her talent resonate in the theater as a playwright and producer of the works released by her company Chocarro Artistic Corp in Argentina, Madrid and Miami. During her artistic career in Miami, Carolina is a TV co-host on America Teve for the program Agárrese Quien Pueda (AQP).
In 2013, as a member of the theatrical cast of Adriana Black Box, she is part of a lively staging of dance and performance with more than 15 actor-dancers providing the audience with lively musicals full of energy, passion and youth. At the beginning of 2014, she starred with a cast of keeper Argentines in the second season of a classic of the Argentine comedy about the Family Waiting for the Float. Written in 1962 by Jacobo Langsner and successfully directed in the city of Miami by the entertainment company Cirko Teatro. Along with the cast, she was awarded recognition for her contribution to Miami culture by the Mayor of the City of Miami, Tomas Regalado. As a playwright, she also received such mention for her countless dramaturgies presented in the context of the Microteatro del Centro Cultural Espanol.
In 2014, under her own production company Chocarro Artistic Corp., Carolina participated in the XIII Havanafama Monologue Festival as a playwright and director of two monologues. As the director of After Picasso Dios, written by July de Grandy and performed by Johana Bonanno, this team of women will present the work at the next Monologue Festival in New York City. In Miami, Carolina is about to launch her first multimedia short film called Life Suckers as a playwright and co-director of a psychological drama between a mother and her daughter inspired by the self-help books of the writer Mabel Iam who will play one of the characters for the launch of his new book LifeSuckers. This multimedia short film will be presented at the Indie Club Festival in Miami, NOLA.