In 1998, she and Neil Morrissey started a production company called Quentin Morrissey Productions.
In 2004, Caroline decided to take a six-month career break so she could spend more time with her children.
Caroline suffered two miscarriages, one in September 2000 and one in early 2002.
Caroline met her first husband Paul Merton when they both starred in The Live Bed Show, a play written by comedian Arthur Smith.
Caroline attended the Arts Educational School in Tring.
Caroline Quentin has received various awards, including Best Comedy Actress (British Comedy Awards, 1995 and 2004) and Special Recognition Award (National Television Awards, 2004)
Caroline has a popular voice: she has done numerous adverts and audiobooks.
Her height is 5'4" (1.63 m).
She is currently married to Sam Farmer (8 September 2006).
In April 2003 Caroline and her partner Sam Farmer had their second child, a boy named William.
On September 4, 1999, Caroline gave birth to a daughter, Emily Rose.
She was married to actor Paul Merton from 1991 to 1998.
Caroline: I never knew that being a mum would be this great. It's a love like no other. It's unconditional and fantastic. I get tearful just thinking about it. I worship my children. Some people think that you're not meant to, but I can't help it. They're perfect in every way. Some say that you should distance yourself from your kids, but to me they're the best thing in the world. And I'll punch anyone who says anything different.
Caroline: I know that when I'm working I'm not with my children enough. Something has to give. You can't have everything.