Donald Corren

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Donald Corren
Occupation Television actor

Donald Corren is an American Broadway and film actor and screenwriter. He created the role of Cosmé McMoon opposite Judy Kaye's Florence Foster Jenkins in the 2005 Broadway production of Souvenir. He also starred on Broadway in Torch Song Trilogy, for which he received awards from both the Los Angeles and San Francisco Drama Critics Circle while on tour. He appeared Off Broadway in The Last Sunday in June, Saturday Night, and Tom Foolery. He played the recurring part of Medill for nine seasons on NBC's Law & Order and has also appeared on Rescue Me, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Law & Order: Trial by Jury. Corren has also written for TV and corporate clients, including Martha Stewart's early weekly television shows and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Corren received his education at Juilliard.


Year Film Role Notes
1989 The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd Waiter #1 television movie
1991 Law & Order Medill 17 episodes from 1991-1999
1991 Law & Order Ezra Stine episode: Heaven
1991 Law & Order Carl Dibbs episode: Renuncication
2004 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Dr. Nouriyani episode: Semi-Detached
2004 Rescue Me Kevin episode: Kansas
2004 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Martin Addas episode: Blue Wall
2012 666 Park Avenue Hans episode: Downward Spiral
2008 The Torch writer documentary
2014 Z Nation Dr. Kurian TV series
2014 Specials Mr. Green Short film
2014 Broadway: The Next Generation himself documentary

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