About Winslow Corbett
Winslow lives in New York City, was born in Los Angeles and holds dual US / Canadian citizenship. She appears in a recurring guest star role on Season 4 of HBO’s Emmy Award winning comedy “Veep” with Julia Louis Dreyfus. Other screen work includes Lifetime’s “A Change of Heart," Comedy Central’s “Stand-Up Nation with Greg Giraldo,” the award winning web series “The Digressions” and “Submissions Only.”
Winslow’s theatre work includes two seasons at The Old Globe Shakespeare Festival, where she appeared as Constanze in Amadeus, Miranda in The Tempest, Ophelia in Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, Jessica in The Merchant of Venice (all directed by Adrian Noble), as well as Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Hero in Much Ado About Nothing (directed by Ron Daniels.) She played Elaine Robinson in the National Tour of The Graduate, appeared in Nora Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore (Geffen Playhouse), Private Lives (Laguna Playhouse), Noises Off (South Coast Rep),You Can’t Take It With You and Trying (Rubicon Theatre, StageSceneLA Award), Arcadia and Grand Magic (A Contemporary Theatre).
Other regional credits include David Copperfield (Westport Country Playhouse, directed by Joanne Woodward and Anne Keefe), The Underpants (PlayMakers Rep, directed by Gene Saks), The Importance of Being Earnest (Pittsburgh Public Theater), The Learned Ladies, The Mother of Us All (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Noises Off, Born Yesterday, Fabuloso (all Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater), Private Lives (Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre), Ah, Wilderness! and The Foreigner (Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park & Repertory Theatre of St. Louis) and Doubt (Capital Rep).
New York credits include The Skin Game (Mint Theater), Romulus Linney’s Lark (Ensemble Studio Theatre) and …Other Elegant Lies (Incubator Arts). She studied acting at SUNY Purchase.