Caroline Grace-Cassidy is an Irish writer and actress. She trained as an actress at the Gaiety School of Acting before landing her first role as Mary Mull on BAFTA award-winning children’s programme Custers Last Stand Up. She then went on to appear in various productions for BBC, RTE, TG4 and TV3, alongside a variety of feature films.
Turning to full-time writing in 2011, Cassidy has published four novels. In 2012 Cassidy was a founding member of an all female Film & TV Production Company, for which she has written, produced and directed five short films. Her first feature film script is completed and in development. Cassidy is a contributor for Woman’s Way, U Magazine, Irish Country Magazine and has been a regular panellist for the Midday show on TV3 since 2012.
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Out of stockWhen Courtney's husband leaves her for Mar-nee – a local beautician years younger – she's upset but nowhere near as devastated as she thought she'd be... A captivating and heartbreaking tale of relationships new and old, The Importance of Being Me is the latest novel from the author of the bestselling The Week I Ruined My Life, Caroline Grace-Cassidy.