Corrine Koslo

A versatile actor born in France, Corrine Koslo grew up in Halifax, Manitoba and Edmonton and is a graduate of the Vancouver Playhouse Acting School.  A member of the Shaw Festival acting ensemble for twelve years, Corrine was most recently seen as Mrs. Lovett in the Festival’s production of Sweeney Todd. Other recent favourites there include the Duchess of Berwick in Lady Windermere’s Fan, Grace in Faith Healer and Lola Delaney in Come Back, Little Sheba.

Corrine has performed in stages across Canada for the last four decades. She has received two Dora Mavor Moore Awards for her roles in Young People’s Theatre’s productions of Seussical The Musical and Bunnicula, Jessie Richardson Awards for her performances in Love and Angels (Vancouver Playhouse) and Sweeney Todd (Arts Club) in Vancouver and a Sterling Award for her Madame Arcati in Blyth Spirit at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton.

Other recent work includes Kinder Transport (Harold Green Jewish Theatre), Funny Girl and Bedroom Farce (Soulpepper Theatre Company) and The Penelopiad (Royal Shakespeare Company/National Arts Centre).

Corrine recently joined the cast of the CBC/Netflix series Anne with an E where she plays the indomitable Rachel Lynde and has proudly stepped in as the voice of “Emma” in the animated series, Corner Gas for Vérité Films, in honour of the late, great Janet Wright.