Tifton Actress Names A Top 5 Child Star TV Character

Tifton Actress Names A Top 5 Child Star TV Character

A television entertainment news web site, TVOvermind, has named Tifton native Caitlin Carmichael as one of “The Five Top Child Star Characters on Television Right Now.” Carmichael, 12, was recognized for her acting work as the voice of Alma Dinky Doo on the Disney Junior Channel’s  “Doc McStuffins” animated TV series. “She is known for her recurring role as Alma in the poplar children’s television series ‘Doc McStuffins.’ In addition to her successful career in television movies, she has also appeared other TV series including ‘Z Nation,’ ‘The Loud House,’ ‘Agent Carter,’ ‘The Legend of Korra,’ ‘Suburgatory,’ ‘Chosen,’ ‘Criminal Minds,’ ‘Vegas,’ ‘The Neighbors,’ ‘Retired at 35,’ ‘Daybreak,’ ‘Badgirls’ and several other television series. Caitlin is a child star who has already risen to the status of veteran actor,” the web site wrote earlier this week. Dottie “Doc” McStuffins is a six-year-old girl who communicates secretly to toys and heals plush animals in her backyard clinic. The show is aimed at teaching children how to take care of themselves and others, along with living healthy lifestyles. Carmichael’s recurring character Alma is the younger sister of Doc’s best friend Emma.
Source: Tifton Grapevine