A fair-haired lissome performer of stage and screen who convinces playing ditsy young ladies, Corman made her professional NY stage debut at 14 years old and worked off-Broadway before seguing into co...
Debut as a series regular playing the First Daughter on "Mr. President", a sitcom starring George C. Scott
Appeared in "I Want to Go Home", an "ABC Afterschool Special"
Acted in several dramas off-Broadway, usually playing characters younger than her age (date approximate)
First major feature, "Some Kind of Wonderful"
Feature debut, "Seven Minutes in Heaven", a teen comedy
TV debut, "A Wilder Summer", on HBO
Raised in Westchester, New York
Professional stage debut at age 13 in "Twelve Dreams", at the Public Theater in NYC
Cast as a regular on the ABC sitcom "All-American Girl"
Appeared in commercials
Acted in an off-Broadway production of John Guare's "Landscape of the Body", directed by Gary Sinise and starring Christine Lahti
A fair-haired lissome performer of stage and screen who convinces playing ditsy young ladies, Corman made her professional NY stage debut at 14 years old and worked off-Broadway before seguing into commercials, films, and TV. She received high profile exposure on the heavily touted ABC sitcom "All-American Girl" (ABC, 1994) as the somewhat daffy and lovelorn girlfriend and co-worker of series star Margaret Cho.<p> A native New Yorker, Corman made her professional debut in her early teens in "Twelve Dreams" at the Public Theater. Another notable stage credit was an off-Broadway production of John Guare's "Landscape of the Body" directed by Gary Sinise and starring Christine Lahti. Among Corman's early TV credits are several youth-oriented projects including an "ABC After School Special". She debuted as a series regular playing the teenaged "First Daughter" in the family sitcom "Mr. President" (Fox, 1987-88). Corman first registered in features in "Some Kind of Wonderful" (1987) as the talkative younger sister of Eric Stoltz. Subsequent feature roles included an airhead hooker in "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" (1990) and a feminist activist in "PCU" (1994). Her TV work includes a guest shot on "Frasier", a recurring role on "Kate and Allie", and a supporting role in the HBO special "Tracey Ullman Takes on New York" (1993).
began dating in college; divorced
met in 1996; moved in together in June 1997; married on September 6, 1998; son of actress Jane Alexander