Caroline attended New School of Social Research in New York and trained at Catch A Rising Star, a comedy club.
Caroline has one goddaughter, Pam.
Caroline worked as a waitress for seven years before she got her break in the industry.
When Caroline appeared on a season six episode of Celebrity Poker Showdown, she played for United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona - Conductive.
In 2007, Caroline hosted an infomercial for the "Kodak Easyshare All-in-One Printer".
Caroline attended summer camp in upstate New York, once as a kid and again as a counselor. She kept the place laughing all the time.
Caroline's last name is pronounced as "ray".
Caroline provides the voice for Mrs. Claus in the animated film The Santa Claus Brothers. Her voice was also used in the video game Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Spellbound in 1998.
For Caroline, the best city or place to train in performing on stage is New York City. She attributes this to the audience members who heckle the performer while on stage.
Caroline is fluent in both French and English.
Caroline believes her true training came from her earlier gigs at a comedy club called Catch a Rising Star in New York City.
Caroline's height is 5' 8".
Caroline likes to watch old movies, read, write, and shop in her free time.
Caroline performed for charity organizations such as Comic Relief 8 and The MS Foundation's Women Of Comedy Tour.
Caroline refined and honed her comedy skills, and gained a reputation from performing at local clubs around New York City in her spare time. Her hard work earned her spots in: Comic Strip Live and Caroline's Comedy House (no relation).
Caroline attended an all-girl private school in Westmount, Quebec called the Study.
Caroline met former fiance Bob Kelty at the Comic Relief benefit that they were both at. The two were to be married in 2003, but the engagement ended abruptly that year.
Caroline admits that her favorite guilty pleasure is watching reality television. Her favorite show is America's Next Top Model.
Caroline had three goals that she wanted to fulfill when she started out on her comedy trek to fame. She wanted to appear on Sesame Street, David Letterman, and HBO Comedy Half-Hour. She has accomplished the three goals.
Caroline is writing a book titled "How to Make Your Life Bigger and Your Ass Smaller".
Caroline has worked as a receptionist, bank teller, and as a waitress for a catering service for seven years, on her rise to fame. Her first catering job entailed serving breakfast to a Japanese Princess.
She plays as Lynette Hansen in the movie Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire.
Caroline's father, David, is American and her mother, Marjorie, is Canadian. Her father is an obstetrician and gynecologist while her mom is an antiques dealer. She has two older sisters named Cynthia and Celia.
Caroline made her TV series debut on Pride & Joy in 1995.
Caroline: (two things she learned from her show "The Biggest Loser") One: you can see that scale from space; and two: and that I say this as a joke, people always say like it's pilates or whatever (that made them lose weight), and I always say people should lose weight the old fashioned way on television, divided in teams.
Caroline: (on the title of her show "The Biggest Loser") The title doesn't really bother me anymore because the contestants are who I really care about and they are so happy by the end of it, they really want to be the biggest loser.
Caroline: My first boyfriend is a gay activist in Toronto now and I feel really responsible (for his outing)…yeah it's the last stop on outsville, going out with Caroline.
Caroline: I feel that reality has gone too far. People are going to be sitting around their families and they're just going to turn to dad and go, 'It's just not working out. We voted you out of the family. So you're eliminated. Mom is making more than you now, and I'm seven, she's nine, we don't need you'.'
Caroline: My road to comedy was full process of elimination, no skill in any other area.
Caroline: I think you have to keep the public aware of certain things that are going on, and if comedy is your thing, more than being on television or in a play or anything, that's what you focus on. Stand-up is what makes me feel the most... present.
Caroline: Don't compare yourself with someone else's version of happy or thin. Accepting yourself burns the most calories.
Caroline: I am the kind of celebrity where fans eventually say to me 'UM...I've got to go', I am way too chatty. Probably 40% of my stage stuff is improvised.
Caroline: I enjoyed making a movie with Jim Carrey, he is a genius. The faces that man can make sent me into a fit on a moment's notice. If I was tired, he pumped me up. He was a pleasure to work with.
Caroline: The stage is the place I feel most comfortable in the entire world. I have an unbelievable desire to connect with people.
Caroline: Yes, I will admit it, I got my heart broke right there on television. well, not on the set, but my engagement was broken during the final days of my talk show. I wore the big dark sunglasses, but thanks to the papers, people knew all about my personal trauma. I was just so happy to get off of the air, and to grieve privately.
Caroline: If there's ONE question that I am positive will stick with me for the rest of my life, it is about 'Salem' the talking cat. People think I have him at my house or something, they ask how he is....Ummmm...animatronic? How's that for an answer, 'Salem' is a fake cat.
Caroline: Everyone thinks that my pseudo-crush on Chris Botti was real. I was kidding, it was something to talk about on a talk show every day, things like that play out. No crush.
Caroline: I just really hated the name The Biggest Loser for our show, I thought it was terrible. I am the host of a show about losers? No, the show should have been titled differently, these people were already humiliated in the beginning.
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