Caroline Walker Answers Five Questions with Screen

Best vacation ever, an epic karaoke battle… and terrifying sharks! This one has it all as 11 Dollar Bill’s Editor Caroline Walker stopped by to play Five Questions with SCREEN…

SCREEN: Best summer vacation ever?

CAROLINE: On our Miami trip, my boyfriend and I rented a beautiful Chevy Camaro and island hopped with the top down to the southern most point of the US to snorkel through giant coral reefs. I would live that day a million more times!

SCREEN: What is your biggest fear?

CAROLINE: Sharks… Specifically the Epaulette Shark which can walk on land for a short period of time… I don’t want to be around when those evolve…

[Editor’s note: in case you were wondering about the whole “sharks walking on land” thing… here you go]

SCREEN: The most impressively edited commercial not edited by you is…?

CAROLINE: “You Can’t Stop Us” by Nike is an amazing commercial from last year!  The amount of archive searching to make the split screen as effective as it is, is amazing!


SCREEN: Your favorite board game?

CAROLINE: I became a Dominion fiend over quarantine, it’s a great 2+ player game and quick escape to a fantasy world when you’ve been in the apartment too long!

SCREEN: What’s your go-to karaoke song?

CAROLINE: My go-to karaoke song is “Super Trouper” from Mamma Mia!  My friends and I picked parts and choreographed a few years ago so we’re always prepared!


SCREEN: What’s that TV show you’re a little embarrassed to admit you love to watch? Why do you love it?

CAROLINE: Merlin… it’s a extremely dorky BBC TV show that now holds a special place in my heart for all the memories made watching it with my family.

SCREEN: What activity are you most looking forward to once the country goes “back to normal,” hopefully later this year?

CAROLINE: I’m looking forward to traveling again. My plans to leave the country for the first time to see Italy were postponed due to the pandemic. I’m very excited we can start thinking about our trip again! Molto eccitato!

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