Emily Corcoran is an award winning actress and film maker. As an actress she has worked on screen and stage in a number of roles, specialising in comedy.
Most recently she played the supporting lead of 'Honey' in the historical, adventure feature film 'THE STOLEN' opposite Jack Davenport and Alice Eve, which shot in New Zealand.
'Corcoran, who also co-wrote the script, is the unofficial madam of the group and, while she knows she should mind her own business, she shows a vulnerability and compassion that suits her character’s arc' -Michael A.Smith, Flix66
Previously she played the leading support of 'Aunty Jane' in the feature films 'CAL'
'Emily Corcoran who as Cal's Auntie Jane shines as the shameless character of the piece.' -Dave Hall, Gay Celluloid
and took the lead role of 'Shirley' in the comedy feature 'SISTERHOOD' for which she won a 'Best Actress Award' at the Marbella International Film Festival and was nominated for 'Best Actress' at the British Film Festival in LA.
'Star Corcoran gives a game performance, proving adept at physical comedy'. -David Parkinson, The Radio Times
'Her sterling turn as 'Shirley' gives the film real character and charm, enabling the viewer to root for her. Corcoran may well be one to watch.' -Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film
Emily has also appeared in supporting roles in the feature films 'COUNTRY OF HOTELS', 'TWO DOWN', 'MOUSSAKA AND CHIPS' and 'THE GUVNORS'. She has also appeared in lead roles in a number of comedy sketches and short pieces including 'THE FIGHT ROOM' and 'GAME OF BONES'.
Recent stage work includes the role of 'Juliette Regnier' in the Marc Camoletti farce 'DING DONG' which she performed in The Lion and Unicorn Theatre in London and Stadt Theatre in Vienna.
'Juliette (Emily Corcoran), whose understated wit and carefully comic performance steals the show for me.' -Rebecca Jones, A Younger Theatre
Review of 'Ding Dong'
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