Carole Dibo has been in “the business” for over 30 years and is the Founder of the Actors Training Center at the Wilmette Theatre.
After starting her career in the Washington D.C./Baltimore market as an actress, she moved to Chicago in 1985, where she worked extensively in the film, television and industrial film markets. Carole founded the Actors Training Center at The Wilmette Theatre in 2007 in order to fill a need for young actors that wish to pursue acting as a career. Since 2012, the Actors Training Center, part of the Wilmette Theatre Education Project, has operated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating students on the business. Carole and ATC have a national reputation for bridging the gap between a young actors needs and the industry’s expectations.
Carole is also the managing member of Carole Dibo Talent Management a boutique agency that has nurtured the career of several ATC alum, including Rachel Brosnahan and Katie Chang.
Carole lives in Wilmette with her husband David. They have three daughters: Whitney, Alayna and Natalie and a dog small with a large bark named Mr. Big.