At the age of 14, Corinne was working with the Montreal Repertory Theatre and Montreal's Mountain Playhouse ensemble, acting alongside such notables as Barry Morse ("The Fugitive"), Christopher Plummer ("The Sound of Music"), and William Shatner ("Star Trek") in productions like Noel Coward's "Dinner at Eight". With her solid background on the stage, Corinne soon landed work on radio and television. As an off-shoot of her radio and voice-over experience, Corinne began work in animation. Some of her cartoon credits include "Star Blazers", "Ultraman", "Marine Boy", and the classic "Speed Racer", in which she portrayed and forever immortalized the trademark voices of 'Trixie' and 'Spritle'. Highly regarded in her field, Corinne continues to be sought after, both professionally and by fans.