In 2005, Corbin was nominated for a Satellite Award for outstanding actor in a supporting role, comedy or musical, for his role in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
In 1987 and 1988, Corbin was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for his role in L.A. Law.
In 1989 and 1990, Corbin was nominated for a Golden Globe for best performance by an actor in a Drama TV-Series for his role in L.A. Law.
Corbin is president of Public Media Works; a Television and Motion Picture Production Company with an interactive Virtual Studio.
While starring in L.A. Law, Corbin appeared NBC'c public service announcement The More You Know. His topic was sexually transmitted diseases.
Corbin Bernsen joined the launch of the Bayer Aspirin ASAP Saving Lives campaign in Washington DC after his father had a stroke and he realized he could be at risk for heart disease.
Corbin is a huge snow globe collector. On June 2, 2006, blogger Kyle MacDonald traded a KISS motorized snow globe to Corbin Bernsen for a role in the film Donna on Demand.
Corbin is the oldest out of three children. He has two younger siblings. His sister, Caren Bernsen and his brother, Collin Bernsen.
Corbin is a born-again Christian who also appears in Christian-themed films and programs. One of them was the 2001 production, Judgment.
Corbin's father is of Scandinavian descent, and his mother was born on a Cherokee reservation.
Corbin and his family live in Los Angeles, as of 2006. They moved there after living in England for a while.
Before acting, Corbin took carpentry and modeling jobs.
Corbin graduated from UCLA college with a BA degree in theatre arts and an MFA in playwrighting.
Corbin married his wife, Amanda Pays, on November 19, 1988, when she was 6 months pregnant. They now have 4 children; Oliver Miller, born March 14 1989, twins Henry Pays and Angus Moore, born March 19, 1992, and Finley, born June 9, 1998.
Corbin trained in Jeet Kune Do from the late Bruce Lee.
Corbin has over 6,000 snow globes, one of the largest collections in the world.
Corbin graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1972.
Corbin's cousin, Rod Bernsen, is known as Southern California's #1 police news-specialist for Fox 11 News.
Corbin is the son of actors Jeanne Cooper and Harry Bernsen. He is also the brother of actors Collin Bernsen and Caren Bernsen.
Corbin is 5' 11".
Corbin played Jerry Martin in the movie Nightmare Boulevard.
Corbin played John Wayne in the movie First Offense.
Corbin played Mr. Feldman in the movie Big Things.
Corbin wrote the screenplay and served as a producer for the film 3-Day Test.
Corbin made his directorial debut in the film Carpool Guy.
Corbin Bernsen: Well, acting was just in me and I tried to avoid it. I didn't want to do what my parents did, you know?
Corbin Bernsen: We need a space program because we need explorers. Its in our souls.
Corbin Bernsen: If we stop exploring space, we're going to lose the same part of us that found vaccines and penicillin, the part that searches for cures to cancer and AIDS.
Corbin Bernsen: I'm very much looking forward to my 30-40 years of acting, and, as I get older, I'm really looking forward to some of the roles that are out there to play.
Corbin Bernsen: I love to entertain, I love to make people laugh, cry, and move them, perhaps moving them in their lives.
Corbin Bernsen: (about his acting roles) I don't ever play the guy who really has it all. I play somebody who has a huge vacuum in his life, which makes it interesting.
Corbin Bernsen: I love life. It's a magical experience filled with beauty. God's creation is magnificent, but there's this other side where there's poverty, death, brutality and what's missing in my life is understanding what that is.