College Faculty Musical Theatre
Maddie Corman began her career as a teenager, starring in After School Specials and the seminal 80’s movies SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN and SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Barnard College, Maddie was a series regular on MR. PRESIDENT starring George C Scott, ALL AMERICAN GIRL and ALMOST THERE. Her many guest roles include all 3 LAW&ORDERs, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, DAMAGES, RESCUE ME, SMASH, THE GOOD WIFE, PERSON OF INTEREST, NURSE JACKIE, GIRLS, DIVORCE ,ODD MOM OUT, HIGH MAINTENANCE,MRS MAISEL and THE OTHER TWO. She has had recurring roles on YOUNGER , MADAME SECRETARY and BULL. TV films: JENIFER, DEAR
DUMB DIARY and WHEN WE RISE. Maddie’s films include : 5 FLIGHTS UP, WHAT MAISIE KNEW, PEACE LOVE & MISUNDERSTANDING, MORNING GLORY, SUNSHINE CLEANING, IRA & ABBY , BEER LEAGUE, WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS, I THINK I DO, PCU, MY NEW GUN, SWINGERS, and FORD FAIRLANE. Maddie is
Lady Aberlin to Tom Hanks’ Mr. Rogers in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD. Maddie’s extensive NYC theatre credits include; Broadway productions of Geoﬀrey Nauﬀt’s Tony nominated NEXT FALL, and Roundabout Theatre’s revival of PICNIC. Oﬀ-Broadway Maddie has been seen in the Obie award winning APPROPRIATE by Brendan Jacobs Jenkins at The Signature, Nora and Delia Ephron’s LOVE LOSS and WHAT I WORE, Wendy Wasserstein’s ISN’T IT ROMANTIC and at Lincoln Center the world premiere of Richard Greenberg’s THE BABYLON LINE. Most recently, Maddie created the role of Maia in the world premiere of THE FEARS at Signature theatre. She wrote, co-directed and stars in the short film HOW WAS YOUR DAY which was selected by Tribeca Film Fest for their “Watch this short” series. Maddie was selected to be a Playwright in Residence at NY Stage and Film where she developed her first full length play, ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE. Daryl Roth then produced the play in NY at her DR2 theatre and the solo piece had a critically acclaimed run at the DR2 . Maddie was nominated for the Outer Critics Circle award and she won the Oﬀ Broadway Alliance award for best solo performance. Maddie recently completed filming a “concert version” of ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE produced by Steven Soderbergh.
Maddie is also a sought after acting teacher who coaches privately and at schools including NYU, ATLANTIC THEATRE SCHOOL and MSU.
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