Corinne is an actress based in Los Angeles, originally from Toledo, Ohio. She grew up in a family that thrived on competition: her mother an attorney, and her dad, an ex-NHL player. When the hockey skates didn’t quite suit her, Corinne focused her competitive drive on something a little scarier: Toledo’s children’s-theatre scene.
She eventually studied musical theatre at Loyola University Chicago, and performed in various equity theatre houses in the Midwest. While in Chicago, she played Lauren Wasson on NBC's Chicago P.D. and starred in an indie film produced by Taylor Bennett and Chance the Rapper.
Her theatre work eventually brought her to NYC, where she had the opportunity to workshop a leading role in a new musical adaptation of Don Juan (written by James Franco and developed at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater - co-starring Antoni Porowski from Queer Eye!)
Corinne is currently in post-production for an episodic series she wrote and co-produced with her fiancé, screenwriter Tom Meyers. The series will hit the festival circuit by Fall 2019.