Actress Marama Corlett born and raised in Malta to Maltese mother and New Zealand father began her career as a professional ballet dancer before transitioning to acting. Marama’s first role was in ‘The Devil’s Double’ in 2011 directed by Lee Tamahori. She went on to perform in the West End 2011 production of ‘The Children’s Hour’ directed by Ian Rickson (Jerusalem), opposite Ellen Burstyn, Elizabeth Moss and Keira Knightley. Marama played the series regular role of Rina in the television drama ‘Sinbad’ for Sky Atlantic and on SyFy in the US. Marama’s other credits include the feature films ‘Desert Dancer’ alongside Freida Pinto, ‘Maleficent’ with Angelina Jolie and ‘The Goob’ with Sean Harris, the TV series ‘Dovekeepers’ for CBS and ‘AD – The Bible Continues,’ on NBC and the West End production of ‘The Crucible’ at The Old Vic Theatre with Richard Armitage. Currently Marama can be seen playing lead role AKI on SyFy’s grind-house series BLOOD DRIVE and Sick Note a new dark comedy series for SkyOne playing series regular role of Linda, alongside Rupert Grint, Don Johnson and Nick Frost.
Marama is currently working on The City and the City written by China Miéville, directed by Tom Shankland and sharing the screen with actor David Morrissey– out on BBC2 in 2018