December 13, 1995 (28)
Emma Corrin is a British actress. Over the years, she has played several notable roles that have earned her critical acclaim and recognition from industry peers and fans alike. From her breakout role in “The Crown” to her recent appearance in “My Policeman”
One of the most notable roles that Corrin has played in her career so far is that of Princess Diana in the fourth season of the Netflix series “The Crown.” Her portrayal of the iconic princess was widely praised for its emotional depth and nuance, and it earned her a Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama. The role also brought her to the attention of a wider audience, cementing her status as a rising star in the entertainment industry.
Corrin’s other notable roles include that of Ophelia in the 2020 film “Misbehaviour” and the lead role of Masha in the upcoming film “Lady Chatterley’s Lover.” She has also made appearances in several television series, including “Pennyworth” and “Grantchester,” showcasing her versatility as an actress.
One of the milestones in Corrin’s career was her involvement in the production of “The Crown.” She worked closely with the show’s creator, Peter Morgan, and the cast and crew to bring the story of the British royal family to life on the small screen. Her portrayal of Princess Diana was widely praised for its accuracy and emotional depth, and it helped to bring attention to the issues that the real-life princess faced during her time in the public eye.
Corrin has collaborated with several other influential artists and celebrities throughout her career. She worked alongside Olivia Colman, Tobias Menzies, and Helena Bonham Carter in “The Crown,” showcasing her ability to hold her own alongside established actors. She also appeared in “Misbehaviour” alongside Keira Knightley and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Other notable collaborations include her appearance in the music video for “Girlfriend” by singer-songwriter NIKI and her role in the film “My Policeman,” alongside Harry Styles.