Caroline Arapoglou Wiki, Age, Husband, Height, Outer Banks, Net Worth, Birthday, Parents, Family and Instagram

Caroline Arapoglou Biography – Caroline Arapoglou Wiki

Caroline Arapoglou is an American actress. She is known for her roles in series such as Outer Banks, Stranger Things, The Resident and Atlanta.

She made her television debut on the FX show Atlanta in 2016. She went on to appear in TNT’s Good Behavior and Fox’s Sleepy Hollow before landing a role as Noni Turner on Fox’s hit medical drama series The Resident. She also guest-starred in The Walking Dead and recurs as Winnie Kline in Netflix’s Stranger Things.

She made her feature film debut alongside Tiffany Haddish, Rose Byrne and Salma Hayek in Paramount Pictures’ comedy Like A Boss. She portrays Rose Cameron in a key recurring role in Netlix’s YA drama series Outer Banks.

Caroline Arapoglou Height

Caroline Arapoglou stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m).

Caroline Arapoglou Spouse, Husband

Caroline Arapoglou is married to her husband actor Nick Arapoglou. Nick is an actor, known for Lodge 49 (2018), The Walking Dead (2010) and Table 19 (2017), according to his IMDB biography.

Caroline Arapoglou Age

Caroline Arapoglou’s age is unknown.

Caroline Arapoglou Instagram


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If she could give her teen self one piece of advice about beauty, @carolinearapoglou would make it a warning: “STOCKPILE THE MARY-KATE AND ASHLEY DETANGLER FROM WALMART. They will stop making it someday, and there will never be another like it.” The #StrangerThings and #LikeABoss actress no longer relies on the Olsen twins for her hair care, but the overarching lesson remains: Stick with what works. “I think the trial-and-error process is more expensive than the actual maintenance,” Caroline points out. “Skin care is definitely an investment, but I prioritize my skin because it has really affected my confidence in the past. I struggled with acne in my mid-20s, and I would let it wreck my entire day. I would Google ‘actresses with acne’ because it made me feel so much better.” Now, Caroline relies on gentle products to treat her reactive skin. Link in bio. #WhyIsYourSkinSoGood

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