Corinne Chooey grew up in San Francisco where she was encouraged to develop her creativity through writing and performing. At the age of eleven, she started acting professionally in musical theater and commercials. She later moved to Los Angeles to study acting and began honing her craft in local theater productions.
One of Corinne's earliest on-camera jobs was as a series regular in SABAN Entertainment's kids show, VR Troopers. She has since gone on to appear in the indie rom-com, Temps, directed by Ryan Sage, and Michael Mann's Collateral. Other recent credits include, Code Black (CBS), Switched at Birth (Freeform), Young and the Restless (CBS), Reno 911 (Comedy Central), and the world premiere staged production of The Body and Soul of a Chinese Woman, written by C.Y. Lee. Corinne has also appeared in Sanctuary and Criminal Eyes at Company of Angeles, as well as Akuma-shin and Rose and the Rime at Sacred Fools Theater.
She is currently a comedy writer and improv performer for Cold Tofu and The Pack Theater. She also enjoys collaborating with other new media creators. She and her comedy partner, Davis Choh, host the popular live stream comedy talk show, The Cathedral and Young Bum Show, on the Meet and Greet Network. Her branded entertainment digital production, Umamiya, was produced for the Umami Restaurant Group and showcased at the DIGITAS New Front presentation in front of the world's leading ad agencies and digital content studios.
Corinne is a proud member of the Actors Equity Association and SAG-AFTRA.