|Years active||2011 - present|
|Known for||Sinbad (TV series)|
Corlett originally pursued a dance career with the company Ballet Russ de Malt in Malta, before moving to England to further pursue her ballet career.
Corlett's first professional acting role was in 2010 film The Devil's Double directed by New Zealand director Lee Tamahori. Marama went on to perform in the West End 2011 production of The Children's Hour, playing Lois Fisher opposite Keira Knightley, Ellen Burstyn, Carol Kane and Elizabeth Moss directed by Ian Rickson (Jerusalem) Keira Knightley.
|2012||The Devil's Double||Hennahead||Film|
|2012||Sinbad||Rina||TV series; Main cast: 12 episodes|
|2014||Guardians of the Galaxy||Pit Boss||Film|
|2015||A.D. The Bible Continues||Tabitha||TV series; 3 episodes|
|2017||Blood Drive (TV series)||Aki||TV series; 13 episodes|
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