Corinne has been sponsoring a young boy from the Philippines named Jerwin, since 2005.
When Corinne was 18, she worked in Albury as a nurse for 12 months, before moving to Melbourne to study and try acting.
In 2005, Corinne won an AFI Award for Best Light Entertainment Series for The Glass House.
In 2005, Corinne appeared in the theatre production of Die On Your Feet, written by comedian Greg Fleet.
In 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005, Corinne shared a Logie Award for Most Popular Light Entertainment Program for Rove Live.
In 1998, Corinne was the recipient of a Brian McCarthy Memorial Moosehead Award grant, allowing her to perform Brian McCarthy at the 1999 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Corinne began performing comedy as a way of getting over her stage-fright as an actor.
In 1998, Corinne was co-winner of the Stella Award in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, for being part of the cast of the Miss Itchy's Creme De Menthe Breakfast Show.
In 1996, Corinne was the winner of the 3PBS 'Comic Of The Year'.
In primary school, Corinne and two friends created a book called Gertrude the Witch. The teacher rejected the project as unfit for children, as there was too much adult content.
Corinne: I was a bit of a dickhead when I was growing up. I just loved to run around and dance stupid and act a fool. But that's also because I don't like to take myself seriously, so I cover it in a veneer of humour.
Corinne: (asked why farting is funny) It has to be a loud one. It's like physiological slapstick. Slapstick is always unexpected. You never see a fart coming.
Corinne: (on being an occasional panellist on the political chat show, The Glass House) It was a great release for me. Politics is something I'm passionate about. Social justice issues, especially, can get me quite irate.
Corinne: I think that the reason I perform the way I do is because I grew up in a town where we all knew each other. There was no point putting on airs and graces. Living in the country has given me a pretty good grounding in being myself. You can't get a big head because someone will tell you to snap out of it.
Corinne: (revealing she became funnier in high school) More through a lack of communication skills than anything else. I didn't know how to be a cool kid and I think I was probably too chicken to be a smart-arse. I was telling some story and the teacher actually pushed me outside of the room. They were trying to close this sliding door, and I was trying to hold it open to get the punch line out.