Caroline Forbes

Candice Accola


Date of Birth

13 May 1987, Houston, Texas, USA


5′ 8″ (1.73 m)


Trade Mark

Big, blue, expressive eyes



Has a younger brother.

Her father, Kevin, is a cardio-vascular and thoracic surgeon and her mother, Carolyn, was formerly an environmental engineer before becoming a homemaker.

Close friends with her Vampire Diaries co-stars Nina Dobrev, Katerina Graham, Ian Somerhalder and Michael Trevino.


Personal Quotes

I feel like it’s paralleled my own evolution in the sense that this role opened up a whole new world of opportunities and was quite a challenge. It’s been a blast though! Caroline became such a strong character this year and yet she’s still vulnerable and makes mistakes. But she always picks herself up. I’ve adored the woman she’s become this season.

I love Amy Adams. She is wonderful. Evan Rachel Wood is a blast. I am also really excited about Ari Graynor from “Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist” and “American Crime.” I think it is an exciting time for young women in this industry. I am excited to make my own path.

Candice Accola (born May 13, 1987) is an American actress and singer, best known for her role as Caroline Forbes on The Vampire Diaries.


Early Life

Accola was born in Houston, Texas but she grew up in Edgewood and attended Lake Highland Preparatory School.[1] Her father, Kevin, is a cardiothoracic surgeon[2] and her mother, Carolyn, was formerly an environmental engineer before becoming a homemaker. Both her parents are active members of the local Republican political party.[3][4] She has one younger brother.[1][5]


Personal Life

She is, together with her The Vampire Diaries co-stars Michael Trevino and Ian Somerhalder, one of many supporters of the It Gets Better Project, a project that has made it a goal to prevent suicide among LGBT youth,[6] associated with The Trevor Project.[7]


Music Career

As an accomplished singer and songwriter since the age of 14, Candice Accola achieved success in her music career after being signed to a record deal at the age of 16. Candice Accola’s music has garnered international success, and she continues to record and write her own music. Her debut album came out in December 2006 and got great success in Japan.

It’s Always The Innocent Ones


Our Break Up Song

Some Girls

Mercy Of Love

Voice Carry

Welcome To The Real World


Sweet Jealousy

Why Don’t You Stay

Yesterday Is Gone

Wrong To Be In Love

Perfect Tragedy

Hard To Say Goodbye

Drink To My Freedom

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