After a professional career in dance & choreography, Cae made the natural transition to acting. It wasn't long until she received the David Milch scholarship and studied acting under Julie Ariola at The Working Stage in Hollywood. It was her relationship with Ms. Julie that inspired Cae to tell her stories and begin writing.
During her years in California, Cae became a member of SAG/AFTRA and launched a web series titled, "Two Ladies In a Car", with her writing partner. Shorty after, Cae began her own film company, Remember Productions, where she wrote, produced and starred in many short films - most notably, "A Time for Everything" (Official Selection - Sedona Film & Music Festival) and, "Self Diagnosis" (Finalist - Arizona's Women in Film Fest).
Cae is currently writing three projects, "The Adventures of Dottie Singleton" (a web series), "Route 66" (a full length play) and a full length musical with an unreleased titled.
Today, Cae works in the southwest market and lives in her native state of Arizona. Cae's dream is to play Isadora Duncan. Perhaps her greatest desire as an actress would be to star in the next great western under the direction of her idol, Clint Eastwood.