Caroline Goodall Bio, Wiki, Husband, Net Worth, Cliffhanger, Movies, TV Shows

Caroline Goodall is a screenwriter and actress from England best known for her roles in the 1989 miniseries Cassidy and the 1995 film Hotel Sorrento, Hook, Cliffhanger

Caroline Goodall Profile

Caroline Goodall is a screenwriter and actress from England best known for her roles in the 1989 miniseries Cassidy and the 1995 film Hotel Sorrento, Hook, Cliffhanger, Schindler’s List, Disclosure, White Squall, The Princess Diaries, and The Best of Me are among her other film appearances.

Caroline Goodall Education

Goodall attended St Leonards-Mayfield School and graduated from Bristol University in 1981 with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and English, alongside fellow screenwriter Jeremy Brock. Caroline used to be a member of the National Youth Theatre.

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Caroline Goodall Age

Goodall is 62 years old as of 2021. She was born Caroline Cruice Goodall on 13 November 1959 in London, United Kingdom. She celebrates her birthday on 13 November.

Caroline Goodall Height

Goodall stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches.

Caroline Goodall Family

Goodall was born in London to a publisher father Peter Goodall and a journalist mother.

Caroline Goodall Husband

On September 17, 1994, Goodall married Nicola Pecorini. Gemma and Leone are the couple’s two children. Victoria Goodall, her sister, is married to actor/director Dallas Campbell.

Quick Facts About Goodall

Age62 years old
SpouseNicola Pecorini
Net Worth$11 Million

Caroline Goodall Net Worth

Goodall has an estimated net worth of $11 Million.

Caroline Goodall Cliffhanger

She went on to star as the villainess Kristel, Qualen’s pilot and companion in the film Cliffhanger. Gabriel “Gabe” Walker and Jessie Deighan are tasked with rescuing their friend Hal Tucker and his girlfriend Sarah. When they try to save Sarah, a piece of her harness snaps and she falls to her death.

Hal blames Gabe for Sarah’s death, and Gabe is overcome with guilt and leaves for an extended period of time. At gunpoint, Hal and Gabe lead them to the first case, which is located higher up on a cliff face. Qualen believes Gabe is dead after seeing the money from the first one flutter away.

Gabe and Hal won the last case over mercenaries Qualen and Travers. They murder Travers, who has gone insane after discovering that Gabe had gotten the last one before him. Qualen kidnaps Jessie in a helicopter, believing Frank is the pilot. He tries to kill Gabe with the helicopter, but Gabe uses a winch cable to tether the helicopter to a steel ladder.

Caroline Goodall Hook

Goodall appeared as Moira Banning, Peter’s wife, and Jack and Maggie’s mother in Hook, a 1991 American fantasy swashbuckler adventure film. Hook received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the performances (particularly those of Williams and Hoffman), John Williams’ musical score, and production values, but criticized the screenplay and tone.

Despite being a commercial success, the film’s box office take was lower than expected. Spielberg was also dissatisfied with the film later on. Since its initial release, it has amassed a sizable cult following. At the 64th Academy Awards, it was nominated in five categories. It also gave rise to merchandise such as video games, action figures, and comic book adaptations.

Caroline Goodall The Best of Me

Goodall appeared as Evelyn Collier in The Best of Me, a 2014 American romantic drama film. The Best of Me was released in 2,936 theaters across North America on October 17, 2014. It earned $26.8 million in North America and $9.2 million in other territories for a total of $35.9 million worldwide.

The film grossed $10 million in its opening weekend, finishing fifth at the box office behind Fury, Gone Girl, The Book of Life, and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, making it the worst opening weekend for a Nicholas Sparks novel adaptation. Critics panned The Best of Me.

Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a 12 percent approval rating as of June 2020, based on 82 reviews with an average rating of 3.64 out of 10. “At nine films and counting, the line between Nicholas Sparks film fans and detractors is clear, and The Best of Me will change few minds on either side of the divide,” the site’s consensus read.

The film received a Metacritic score of 29 out of 100 based on 26 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews.” Cinemagoers gave The Best of Me an average grade of “B+” on a scale of A+ to F in CinemaScore polls conducted during the opening weekend.

Caroline Goodall Bulletproof

Goodall portrays Charlotte Carmel in the first season of Bulletproof. Charlotte Carmel is a ruthless and corrupt Deputy Mayor of London who appears in the first season of Bulletproof.

In Episode 1, Charlotte holds a ceremony in which she bestows the ‘Mayor’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Met’ on NCA Director General Ronald Pike Sr. Charlotte arrives at the drug bust in Episode 3 to congratulate Pike and his team on their arrests.

Pike and Charlotte talk about Pike Sr., and Pike admits that his father does not appreciate his efforts. Pike is about to ask Charlotte a favor — presumably to assist with Arjana’s partnership — when Bishop interrupts him by complaining about his trainers. At the end of the episode, Charlotte hands Arjana a contract to be the Mayor’s legal counsel, hoping that this will help her partnership.

In Episode 6, Charlotte is meeting with Ray when she is interrupted by Arjana, who wants to discuss the case she has been assigned. Charlotte requests that she leave, but Ray insists that she stay and listen. Ray demands that he be paid more because the contents of the safe deposit box were far more valuable than he expected.

Charlotte, on the other hand, refuses. Pike and Bishop arrive, and a shouting match ensues, but Charlotte remains unharmed. She is later arrested, and Pike remarks that it should be her, not Nell, who is bleeding out on the floor. Charlotte admits that she was the one who ordered Pike Sr’s assassination.

Caroline Goodall Cecily

Goodall appeared as Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, mother of Edward, George, and Richard in The White Queen, the British historical drama television drama serial. The final episode of The White Queen aired on August 18, 2013, and the drama was released the following day on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

Two days later, it was announced that The White Queen would not be renewed for a second season. The BBC stated in a statement to Broadcast that the show was always intended to be a one-series serial miniseries. The Telegraph reported in October 2013 that Starz planned to make a sequel called The White Princess, based on Gregory’s 2013 novel of the same name.

Gregory confirmed that the project began in August of 2015. Gregory announced on Facebook on February 7, 2016, that the sequel was officially confirmed to be in production, with scripts being written. On March 15, 2018, Starz announced that it would produce The Spanish Princess, a sequel to The White Queen and The White Princess, based on Gregory’s novels The Constant Princess and The King’s Curse and centered on Catherine of Aragon.

Caroline Goodall TV Shows

  • 2020 – Cold Courage
  • 2018 – Endeavour
  • 2018 – Bulletproof
  • 2017 – The White Princess
  • 2016 – The Crown
  • 2016 – Berlin Station
  • 2014 – Midsomer Murders
  • 2013 – The White Queen
  • 2012 – Mrs Biggs – Muriel Powell
  • 2011 – The Good Wife
  • 2010 – Pulse
  • 2006 – Midsomer Murders
  • 2005 – CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
  • 2005 – Alias
  • 2002 – Me & Mrs Jones
  • 2001 – Murder in Mind
  • 2001 – The Mists of Avalon
  • 2000 – Love and Murder
  • 2000 – Trust
  • 1999 – Sex ‘n’ Death
  • 1998 – Rhapsody in Bloom
  • 1998 – Opera Ball

Caroline Goodall Movies

  • 2018 – Hunter Killer
  • 2016 – A Street Cat Named Bob
  • 2015 – The Daniel Collection
  • 2015 – The Dressmaker
  • 2014 – The Best of Me
  • 2013 – Third Person
  • 2012 – The Cold Light of Day
  • 2012 – Mental
  • 2009 – My Life in Ruins
  • 2009 – Dorian Gray
  • 2008 – The Seven of Daran: Battle of Pareo Rock
  • 2006 – The Thief Lord
  • 2006 – We Fight to Be Free –
  • 2005 – The Chumscrubber
  • 2005 – River’s End
  • 2004 – Chasing Liberty
  • 2004 – The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
  • 2004 – Haven
  • 2003 – Shattered Glass
  • 2003 – Easy
  • 2001 – The Princess Diaries
  • 2000 – Harrison’s Flowers
  • 1999 – The Secret Laughter of Women
  • 1997 – Casualties
  • 1996 – White Squall
  • 1995 – Hotel Sorrento
  • 1994 – Disclosure
  • 1993 – Cliffhanger
  • 1993 – The Silver Brumby
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