Corri is 5' 4".
Corri: My only goal was to be able to support myself and not have to get another job, because when you get another job, you're not available for auditions all the time.
Corri: When I graduated college and during that time before I moved to Los Angeles, I learned to play the guitar and started writing music. It was something I wanted to do.
Corri: Family is a priority for me no matter how busy things get.
Corri: My long-term goal is to develop a career in acting.
Corri (about songwriting): It's a passion I have that I never knew I had until a few years ago.
Corri: I'd love to do comedy. That would be a lot of fun for me to shift gears.
Corri (about her character in the movie Unrest): She has a physical reaction to the cadaver. The cadaver has some strange wounds and she becomes very suspicious about the origin of the cadaver. She has weird feelings about it.
Corri: I grew up singing and doing music theater. It's always been part of my life.
Corri: I was acting as a Gothic girl. Which is actually funny. It's like the antithesis of me. I had black hair, a nose ring. I looked nothing like myself.
Corri: I think my personality lends itself more to comedy.
Corri: Generally, my time at school was spent going to class during the day and then heading to Atlanta to work after school.
Corri (about The Bedford Diaries): It's a very interesting show.
Corri: I did voice-over work, commercials, and in my first two years at Georgia, I was actually working on a show called Feed Your Mind on TBS.
Corri: Tom [Fontana] is known for doing things edgy and pushing the envelope, so our show is a lot about sex, but it also deals with things not talked about like emotions and relationships.
Corri: What do you do when you already have a career that you are working on and you need to do school also? There were times it was stressful.
Corri (about The Bedford Diaries): Particularly, people who are in college will love the show because it deals with real issues in a real way.