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Emma Corrin On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets

Emma Corrin

Born in Tunbridge Wells in 1995, Emma Corrin is a Golden Globe-winning actress, best known for playing Lady Diana Spencer in Netflix’s The Crown. In 2021, she’ll make her West End debut as Anna in Anna X, opening at the Harold Pinter Theatre as part of the RE:EMERGE season.

While at school, Corrin developed a keen interest in the performing arts, eventually taking a gap year by doing a Shakespeare course at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. After twelve months at LAMDA, Corrin then began a drama degree at Bristol University, later leaving to pursue Education, English, Drama and the Arts at St John’s College, Cambridge. While studying, Corrin appeared in two films: Cesare and Alex’s Dream, later graduating from Cambridge University in 2018.

It didn’t take long for Corrin to make her television debut. In 2019, she played Esther Carter in an episode of Grantchester, starring alongside Jemma Redgrave and Robson Green. She then played Esme Winikus in Pennyworth, an American crime drama using characters from DC Comics. She’s also starred in Misbehaviour, a British comedy film with Rhys Ifans, Keeley Hawes, Jessie Buckley and Keira Knightley.

Corrin’s breakout role came in 2020, cast as Diana, Princess of Wales in Netflix’s The Crown. She joins an illustrious line up of British actresses in the show, including Claire Foy, Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter. To date, Corrin has won Best Actress categories at the Critics Choice and Golden Globe Awards, with this number likely to grow.

Corrin will now make her professional stage debut in Joseph Charlton’s play Anna X. She’ll play the title character who tries to find herself in a mix of New York parties. Anna X is at the Harold Pinter Theatre from May 2021 as part of a new season of work.


Shows Currently Featuring Emma Corrin

Anna X
Harold Pinter Theatre
To Wednesday, 4 August, 2021

Immersed in an addictive world of front-row fashion shows, private views, and endless parties, Anna and Ariel find themselves struggling to keep up with New York’s dazzling social elite. How far will two outsiders go to construct the identities they want? And at what price?

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