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Caroline D'Amore (born July 9, 1984) is an American model, and actress. She is known for her role as Maggie Blaire in the 2009 horror film Sorority Row, and her lead roles in the 2010 films Pizza with Bullets and Rollers.

Early life

D'Amore was born in Los Angeles, California to Joe D'Amore and Bonnie Major. D'Amore moved to New York City at the age of 17 to pursue a modeling career. Her parents own a pizza restaurant together called "D'amore's Pizza Connection".

Career

D'Amore has appeared on several covers and inside magazines like Teen Vogue, Santa Barbara Magazine, Seventeen, Cosmo Girl, Flaunt and Nylon. D'Amore is also a socialite Paper magazine selected Caroline for their beautiful people issue and deemed her "The cutest girl in L.A.!" She has walked the catwalk for designers such as Heatherette, Stella McCartney, Diane von Fürstenberg and Agent Provocateur.

D'Amore made guest appearances on Keeping Up with the Kardashians in season 2 and on Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami. She also made an appearance in Entourage in Season 5 as Brooke.

She played Maggie, the younger sister of Audrina Patridge's character, Megan, in the 2009 horror film Sorority Row and subsequently appeared in the music video, Get U Home by Shwayze to promote the movie. She played as Adriana in the 2009 comedy film Frat Party.

In 2010 D'Amore announced that she will be launching a music career and that she had been in the studio writing and producing new tracks.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
Television
2008EntourageBrooke1 episode: Unlike a Virgin
90210DJ 2 episode: We're Not in Kansas Anymore and The Jet Set
Film
2004Ghost Game Rachel
2007DaydreamerRachel
2008Perfectly FlawedMad woman
2009Sorority RowMaggie Blairesupporting role
Frat PartyAdriana
2010Boys on the RunKakki Pre-production; also co-producer
Pizza with BulletsLisa Tortellini completed
Rollers Tatum completed

References

  • Perry, Byron (October 20, 2008). "Caroline D'Amore". Daily Variety 201 (11): 8.
  • Tschom, Adam (October 14, 2007). "L.A. fashion week; model, designer, DJ, pizza heiress". Los Angeles Times: p. 10.

External links

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