Actor. Filmmaker. Painter.
Clarissa Corinne is a SAG-AFTRA actress, filmmaker, and oil painter residing in Atlanta, GA. Clarissa Corinne grew up as a Georgia Peach, who decided to study art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY where she received her Bachelors in Fine Arts to become a classically trained artist.
Clarissa found a love for acting as a little girl after seeing her 90 year old Grandfather, Lonnie Hamilton, act in movies like "Forrest Gump", "The Man on the Moon", and "The Tempest" just to name a few.
It's through painting and acting that Clarissa heals, uses art as a creative voice to connect with others, entertains, and deliver
cosmic messages about life, love, and relationships.
Her obsession with suspense and action films led her to write a crime thrilling short film, which she directed, produced, and acted in titled "Missing Nest". This film is about a psychiatrist helping to solve the murders of a serial killer's copycat.
Clarissa enjoys cracking jokes, kicking ass, and playing sports. She plays roles of strong women, with wreckless, colorful, and sometimes comedic backgrounds.