Acting and Teaching


Fellow of American Film Institute, Los Angeles
Lifetime member of Actors Studio & Ensemble Studio Theatre

Corinne has appeared on Broadway, off-Broadway, feature films, and television. She played Marianne in Moliere’s The Miser at the Studio Arena in Buffalo. For two years she was a series regular on the soap opera Love of Life. Corinne played opposite Anne Bancroft in the Broadway production of Golda, directed by Arthur Penn. She was also part of the Broadway production of West Side Waltz starring Katherine Hepburn. She played Hermia in Ellen Burstyn’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She was cast in the leading role of Electra in the play, The Chain, written and directed by Elia Kazan and produced by the Hartman Theater in Connecticut. Corinne co-starred opposite Shelly Winters in the film, Witchfire. She had a leading role in the film, The Tenement. She had the lead female role in the production of Rashomon at the Actors Studio, directed by Zen Hirano.

Corinne began her training in Paris at the École d’Acteur. From there she was accepted into the intensive program at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Returning to the United States she began the two-year program at the Stella Adler Conservatory, where she studied with Miss Adler and Harold Clurman. Following this, Corinne was invited to be a professional observer at the famed Actors Studio. Two years later, after passing her final audition, she was made a lifetime member. That same week she was also made a made a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre. To further deepen her training Corinne would go on to study with Lee Strasberg in his private classes at the Strasberg Institute.


Corinne has taught acting in the Graduate Programs at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, and in the Actors Studio MFA program at the New School and at Pace University. She is also a private acting coach.