Catherine Corcoran is best known for her starring roles Epic Pictures’, Terrifier and Troma Entertainments, award-winning, Return to Nuke 'Em High franchise. Her career also includes starring roles in Hallmark Channel's Last Vermont Christmas and Amazon Studios feature, Long Lost by Emmy Award-winning director, Erik Bloomquist; along with a supporting role in Chuck alongside Elizabeth Moss and Naomi Watts.
Catherine has co-starred on television series Gossip Girl, The Good Wife, MTV Pranks, and worked under the mentorship of Academy Award recognized directors Peter Jackson (The Lovely Bones) and Josh Fox (Gasland). She has produced a variety of narrative and commercial content for organizations such as Emmy Award-winning Silver Sound Studios, Cromatic Minds Studios, Motown Records, Metro Esports and ReKT Global.
In addition to being featured in various publications including The New York Times, Interview Magazine, TIME Magazine, PAPER Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, and Le Figaro, Catherine approaches her work much in the vein of her mentors and is also known for her advocacy of independent art. She has spoken at The Museum of Modern Art, The Film Society of Lincoln Center, The New York Academy of Dramatic Arts and The Museum of the Moving Image on topics such as Gender Equality, Independent Filmmaking and Shakespearean Satire.