Carolina Cerisola was born in Buenos Aires Argentina. As a child she studied Rhythmic Gymnastics for 8 years and competed in National and Pan American Championships.
Carolina commenced her career as a professional dancer at the age of sixteen. She was soon headlining the best venues in buenos Aires, as well as making appearances on prime time Argentinian television shows. She also accompanied Venezuelan singer Jose Luis Rodriguez on his South American tour.
At the age of 18, Carolina moved to the United States to further her career. She became the dancing partner of one of the world's top salsa dancers Johnny Vazquez. Together they toured Europe and Latin America with the international Salsa Congress, leading them in 2001 to take first place in the world's largest salsa championship held in Los Angeles.
After 6 year of touring the world as a renewed salsa dancer, Ivan Kane asked Carolina to be a part of creating his new concept, Forty-Deuce, a Burlesque nightclub. Through her distinct style of movement and improvisation, Carolina helped form the look and feel of the show and soon became the contracted headliner for 5 years, making it the most celebrated Hot-Spots in Hollywood. Bravo later decided to document a reality tv show based on the Forty Deuce dancers, with a large focus on Carolina's backstory.
Carolina has been a recurring guest on various television shows as well as performed/choreographed for several films and music videos.
The Jimmy Kimmel show
The Ellen Degeneres show
David Lynch's "Inland Empire"
"Kiss Kiss Bang Bang"
Carolina has long been recognized for her unique talent and style and has worked with a variety of artists including:
Prince - Private Events
Justin Timberlake - Dancer (Senorita)
Fiona Apple - Dancer (Oh Sailor)
Heath Ledger - Choreographer (NFA music video)
Josh Groban - Dancer (Per Te)
Sting - Dancer (live tour)
Zucchero - Choreographer (Baco and Cuba Libre
Ariana Grande - Choreographer (Put your heart up)
Daniel Lanois - (producer of U2, Bob Dylan) - Dancer ( live stage performance at Carnegie Hall in NYC
New Found Glory - (choreographer -music video) w/ Sascha Escandon
In 2008, Carolina became partners with Sascha Escandon and together they created THE FLOOR PRODUCTIONS.
Carolina Cerisola uses her specialized dance and entertainment experience to produce and direct her own projects in Hollywood as well as internationally