Corinna was born in Scarborough and trained at Central and the Drama Centre after a Cambridge degree in French and Russian. Her career highlight was playing Margrethe Bohr in Michael Frayn's Copenhagen at the Duchess Theatre.
Her work began with weekly rep and 4 pantomime principal boys. She has played substantial roles in regional theatre and small-scale tours and appeared in the West End and at the National Theatre.
Her TV appearances include Walliams and Friend and Doctors. Her dying grandma in short horror film The Birch has been seen by over 11 million viewers. She enjoys touring, fringe theatre, site-specific work and improvisation.
Between acting jobs she works as a walking tour guide and can be found telling scary stories in dark London alleyways. She has taken her cello to Greece and Berlin to play contemporary and classical music and she braves the ice swimming all year round at Hampstead Ladies' Pond. She has one son and her husband is an Anglican Priest.