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Corrine Koslo is a prominent Canadian actress. Most prominently associated with the Shaw Festival, Canada's leading repertory theatre companies she has also had numerous roles in film and television most recently as the formidable character of Rachel Lynde on Netflix's Anne (2017).
A graduate of the Vancouver Playhouse's acting school she has acted on stage throughout Canada. She is a two-time Dora Mavor Moore Award winner for her performances in Bunnicula and Seussical; a two-time Jessie Richardson Award winner for her performances in Love and Anger and Sweeney Todd; and an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award winner for her performance in Blithe Spirit.
Her appearances at the Shaw Festival have included productions of Drama at Inish, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Brief Encounters, The Entertainer, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Matchmaker, The Apple Cart, The Seagull, Hobson's Choice, Holiday, Tonight We Improvise, Come Back, Little Sheba, and Lady Windermere's Fan. She has also appeared in Vancouver Playhouse productions of William Shakespeare plays, including Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet.
She appeared in minor supporting roles in the films Switching Channels, Ernest Goes to School, Hard Core Logo, Better Than Chocolate, and Best in Show. She has voiced characters in the animated series Beverly Hills Teens, Babar, and The New Adventures of Madeline and in 2017, it was announced that Koslo will voice the role of Emma in Corner Gas Animated (2018), following the death of original Corner Gas performer Janet Wright.
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