Kate Corbett was born and raised on the east coast of Canada in Holyrood, Newfoundland. She started acting at a young age in small town repertoire summer theatre. Once graduating high school, Kate moved to Toronto, Ontario to study theatre at Ryerson University. She also continued her training years later at the prestigious Canadian Film Centre's Acting Conservatory.
Corbett's feature film credits include three Toronto International Film Festival film selections, The Steps (2015), Empire of Dirt (2013) and The Animal Project (2013); as well as the lead role in Once There Was A Winter (2017). She has principal roles in the features Barn Wedding (2014) and How to Be Deadly (2014). Kate has also starred in several short films, including award winning How Eunice Got Her Baby (2009) and The Tunnel (2013) (*Not Short on Talent recipient for Cannes Film Festival) which she is also the credited writer.
Television credits include: The Good Witch (Hallmark), Fargo (FX/MGM), Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Lost Girl (Showcase), Signed Sealed Delivered (Hallmark), Odd Squad (PBS), Republic of Doyle (CBC), Satisfaction (CTV), Call Me Fitz (E1), The LA Complex (CTV), InSecurity (CBC) and Family Biz (YTV).
Some of Kate's recent theatre credits include; a "Canadian Stage" English premiere production of "Yukonstyle" by Sarah Berthiaume and directed by Ted Witzel. As well as, a "Tarragon Theatre" production of "Rocking the Cradle" by Des Walsh and directed by Richard Rose.More