Maddie Corman Biography
Maddie Corman (Madeleine Corman) is an American film and television actress. She began her acting career when she was only 14 years old in the 1980s. Her first television appearance was in the 1985 ABC Afterschool Special episode I Want to Go Home. Among the films she has appeared include Seven Minutes in Heaven, Some Kind of Wonderful and The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.
Maddie Corman had a recurring role on the ABC comedy series All-American Girl as Ruthie (1994–1995). Maddie Corman has also made guest appearances in films such as Swingers (1996), Mickey Blue Eyes (1999) and Maid in Manhattan (2002). In 1985, she was also a cast member in the Linda Feferman-directed teen comedy-drama motion picture Seven Minutes in Heaven. She starred opposite actress Jennifer Connelly as ‘Polly Franklin’, Connelly’s character’s intervening and overzealous best friend.
Maddie Corman appeared in the John Hughes penned film Some Kind of Wonderful as Laura, the little sister of Keith Nelson in 1987. Maddie Corman is currently starring in the Off-Broadway play Accidentally Brave, an autobiographical play about her husband Jace Alexander being charged with and convicted of possessing and sharing child pornography, which she wrote and performs.
Maddie Corman Age
Maddie Corman was born in Manhattan, New York, U.S.A on 15th August, 1970. She is 48 years old as of 2018.
Maddie Corman Net Worth
Maddie Corman has been in the acting business for a long time and it is obvious that she has made quite a fortune. However, her networth is currently under review.
Maddie Corman Height
Maddie Corman’s height is not yet clearly known. She is however of relative height.
Maddie Corman Family
Maddie Corman family is not clearly known. There is no information about her family and especially her parents or siblings. It is however known that Maddie is the stepdaughter-in-law of, theatre and television director and producer, Edwin Sherin and the daughter-in-law of Tony and Emmy Award winning actress Jane Alexander. She is also a great friend to actor Eric Stoltz. Erick and Maddie appeared in Some Kind of Wonderful.
Maddie Corman Husband | Maddie Corman Jason Alexander
Maddie Corman got married to her current husband, Jason “Jace” Alexander on 6th September, 1998. The wedding ceromony took place in Carmel, New York. Jace is a television and stage director. The couple has three children but they have not disclosed any information concerning them. Jason was charged with and convicted of possessing and sharing child pornography. That was after he pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 10 years probation. However, his wife, Maddie Corman decided to stay with him.
Previously, Maddie Corman was married to Roger M. Dickes from 1992 to 1997. The reasons for their separation are not yet clear.
Maddie Corman Movies And TV Shows
Maddie Corman Television Shows
|2017||When We Rise||Phyllis Lyon|
|2016||Odd Mom Out||Hollis|
|2015||Person of Interest||Leslie Thompson|
|2014||The Carrie Diaries||Miss Meade|
|2014||And, We’re Out of Time||Sophie|
|2013||The Good Wife||Leslie Munn|
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Terri Dunne|
|2009||Last of the Ninth||Lois Dobrowski|
|2005||Law & Order||Elaine Bowman|
|2003||Queens Supreme||Helen Katz|
|2003||Law & Order||Andee Mae Haley|
|2002||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Marjorie Whilden|
|1999||Law & Order||Melissa Slater|
|1998||Tracey Takes On…||Sheila Rosenthal|
|1996||Pacific Blue||Mary Lou|
|1994–95||All-American Girl||Ruthie Latham|
|1994||Diagnosis: Murder||Charlene Baylor|
|1993||Tracey Takes on New York||Sheila Rosenthal|
|1991||Square One Television||Babs Bengal|
|1988||Kate & Allie||Haven Claven|
|1987–88||Mr. President||Cynthia Tresch|
|1985||ABC Afterschool Special||Mary Sanders|
Maddie Corman Movies
|2019||A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood||Lady Aberlin|
|2018||Write When You Get Work||Toni Peterkin|
|2015||Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List||Ginny|
|2012||What Maisie Knew||Ms. Fairchild-Tetenbaum|
|2011||Peace, Love & Misunderstanding||Carole|
|2011||A Novel Romance||Alexandra Dumar|
|2008||Phoebe in Wonderland||1st Teacher / White Rabbit|
|2006||The Treatment||Patty McPherson|
|2006||Ira & Abby||Lea|
|2006||Artie Lange’s Beer League||Marilyn|
|2002||Maid in Manhattan||Leezette|
|1999||Mickey Blue Eyes||Carol|
|1997||I Think I Do||Beth|
|1992||My New Gun||Myra|
|1990||The Adventures of Ford Fairlane||Zuzu Petals|
|1987||Some Kind of Wonderful||Laura Nelson|
|1985||Seven Minutes in Heaven||Polly Franklin|
Maddie Corman News
“I should let you know I am not okay,” playwright/performer Maddie Corman advises the audience at the outset of her completely absorbing solo piece ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE. “This isn’t one of those shows where I’m here to tell you that I was okay and then I wasn’t okay but now I am okay.”
Four years ago Corman might have said she was doing just swell. Though by no means famous, she and her husband both worked steadily in the entertainment industry while raising three kids at their nice Westchester home.
Then early one morning, while driving to a Brooklyn soundstage to shoot “a guest spot on a semi-terrible TV show,” she received a phone call from her daughter.
“Mom, the police are here!! Mom, they’re taking Dad’s computer!”
The next morning headlines informed the nation that he was arrested for downloading and sharing child pornography.
Corman never mentions her husband’s name in the play. This isn’t about him. It’s about how the discovery of his secret affected her and what she decided to do about it for her own well-being, her kids’ well-being and yes, the well-being of her husband and of their marriage.
“What I would like to share is my own story. And my own messy truth because maybe it will help someone whose life got turned upside down when she least expected it. Or maybe I just like to hear myself talk. Most likely it’s a little of both.”
After the initial shock and the flood of phone calls filled with sympathy and advice (both good and bad), an extremely famous person (whose name is also left unspoken) reaches out with comforting words that come from experience and becomes a valued telephone friend.
This is especially needed since her husband will be away at rehab for 45 days with their only time together spent during “Family Week,” which, in his case, does not allow a visit from his children.
Working with director Kristin Hanggi, Corman discusses her pain and frustration with admirable honesty as she describes her experiences working with colleagues who have read all about her situation, and of accepting her husband back into their home when his rehab stay is over.
But she does so from the viewpoint of someone who has survived the worst and is getting through the rest day-to-day, so there’s a great deal of humor in her presentation, such as in an anecdote about carrying on a casual conversation with a couple she’s just met while holding a guidebook for partners of sex addicts. Or her extreme reaction when she realizes that this might be the last Halloween when they’d be legally allowed to greet trick-or-treaters at their home.
Remarkably, ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE never strays far from being a love story, or at least one that tests the boundaries of love. Despite moments of expressing pure hatred for her husband, she doesn’t stop loving him. And there’s extraordinary power and bravery within her compassion, making ACCIDENTALLY BRAVE a truly uplifting experience that allows you to believe that one day Maddie Corman will be okay.