Maddie Corman

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Maddie Corman
Born Madeleine Cornman
(1970-08-15) August 15, 1970 (age 46)
Manhattan, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s) Jace Alexander (1998-present; 3 children)

Maddie Corman (born (1970-08-15) August 15, 1970 (age 46))[1] is an American television actress. She has appeared in the films Seven Minutes in Heaven, Some Kind of Wonderful and The Adventures of Ford Fairlane.

Life and career[edit]

Born Madeleine Cornman in Manhattan, New York,[2] she began her career as a child actress in the 1980s, at the age of 14. Corman's first television appearance was in the 1985 ABC Afterschool Special episode I Want to Go Home where she co-starred with John Getz, Seth Green and Marge Redmond.

That same year she was cast in the Linda Feferman-directed teen comedy-drama motion picture Seven Minutes in Heaven. Corman starred opposite actress Jennifer Connelly as 'Polly Franklin', Connelly's character's intervening and overzealous best friend who is in love with a Major League baseball player named 'Zoo Knudsen' (Billy Wirth).

In 1987, Corman appeared in the John Hughes penned film Some Kind of Wonderful as Laura, the little sister of Keith Nelson, played by Eric Stoltz.

Her follow up film was the 1990 Renny Harlin-directed comedy The Adventures of Ford Fairlane opposite Andrew "Dice" Clay, Priscilla Presley, Wayne Newton, Lauren Holly and Gilbert Gottfried.

Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Corman has frequently appeared on numerous popular American television series. She has made several appearances as various characters on the television drama Law & Order and the HBO comedy Tracey Takes On... opposite comedian Tracey Ullman. She had a recurring role as Ruthie on the ABC comedy series All-American Girl (1994–1995) starring Margaret Cho. She has also appeared small roles in such films as Swingers (1996), Mickey Blue Eyes (1999) and Maid in Manhattan (2002).

Personal life[edit]

She was once married to actor and director Roger M. Thickes from 1992 to 1997.

Corman married Jason "Jace" Alexander, a television and stage director on September 6, 1998, in Carmel, New York.[2] Jace and Maddie have three children and currently live in Dobbs Ferry, in the United States.

She counts actor and thespian Eric Stoltz, with whom she appeared in Some Kind of Wonderful, as a personal friend. In addition, she is the stepdaughter of respected composter Edwin Sherin and the daughter-in-law of Jane Alexander.

Selected filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maddie Corman, Yahoo TV
  2. ^ a b VOWS; Maddie Corman and Jace Alexander New York Times. Archives. September 13, 1998

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