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Height: 5’11” (180 cm) Weight: 126 lbs. (57 kg) Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
When actress./model Audrey Caruthers made the transition from owning the runway to commanding the stage, audiences were awed. By the time she was scouted to model at age 16, Audrey had already spent 10 years immersedi In dance, classical voice, and theater performance lessons and had earned stage credentials with roles in a variety of touring company productions.
Audrey grew up commuting between homes In Connecticut and Toronto. She studied Visual Arts and Art History at the French University La Sorbonne While maintaining an intensive dance training program at The Institute De Danse Jazz Rick Odums And Vocal Lessons At L’Atelier Du Chanteur (The Singer’s Workshop) in Paris.
In 2010, Audrey moved to New York to study acting at the Meisner Center, an experience that would change her life and drive her stage career to a new level, landing roles on Broadway in “Cats,” “Anything Goes,” “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever,” and “A Trip to Bountiful.”
In 2012, Audrey left New York to pursue a film career in Los Angeles. But her plans for the big screen were sidetracked by enticing offers to model for Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and L’Officiel in Paris, Milan, Istanbul, New York. and Miami. She would also model couture fashions on some of the world’s most iconic catwalks.
In 2014, she met and married San Francisco financier Bret Simmons, and in 2015 the couple welcomed daughter Chloe. After settling in L.A. to raise their daughter, Audrey began looking for opportunities to revive her stage career.
She performs occasionally in productions at the La Jolla Playhouse, Santa Monica Playhouse, and other Los Angeles area venues. But her sights remain set on the professional objective that has so far eluded her—breaking into film.
In Audrey’s words:
“Acting and performing are such significant parts of my life, and film is the next frontier I want to tackle. This is my passion, and passion has driven me to achieve set goals all my life. I’t’s instincive, I count on it to achieve each new goal I set.”