Corey is playing a CIA agent trying to coax out Ben Miller’s whistleblower in “Asylum”, a tongue-firmly-in-cheek 3-parter for BBC4.  He’s just finished filming on “Genius”, Michael Grandage’s directorial debut, about Max Perkins, the man behind Hemingway, Wolfe and Fitzgerald, played by Colin Firth, and completed his run as Mitch in Benedict Andrews acclaimed production of Tennessee Williams’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” at the Young Vic, with Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster, and Vanessa Kirby. In the spring, he was Admiral Kramer in “24: Live Another Day”. In the New Year, he’s set to be reunited with director Adam Ethan Crow for at least one as it comes! March 2014 he completed filming on James McTeigue’s “Survivor”, with Milla Jovovich. In February, a Western. In Kent. You heard right. “Blood Moon”. With Werewolves, and Indians, and guns and rifles and shooting. Plenty of shooting. But inexplicably, he mostly got hit on the head. Go figure. He’s also just completed three projects: “Secret Service/Kingsmen”, for Matthew Vaughn; “Utopia”, the alternate-reality series on Channel 4; and “The Heavy Water War”, set to air in a few weeks. In Sofia, Bulgaria, for a fourth: “Ruby Strangelove”, about a young girl with impossible gifts. Flew a helicopter for Alex Garland in “Ex Machina”, featuring Domhall Gleeson and Oscar Isaac as computer geek and mentor. Played a shock jock on the edge in “Warhol”*, a short film by the above-mentioned Mr. Crow.  In Paul Greengrass’s just-released “Captain Phillips” with Tom Hanks, and “How I Live Now”, directed by Kevin MacDonald. For Hat Trick and SkyArts, “Nixon’s the One”, with Harry Shearer, playing Nixon White House aide John Ehrlichman.  Reprised his role from the 2008 blockbuster, “The Bourne Ultimatum” in Tony Gilroy’s summer 2012 reboot, “The Bourne Legacy”.  In Tunisia filming “Day of the Falcon”, starring Antonio Banderas, Tahar Rahim, Freida Pinto, and Mark Strong, directed by Jean-Jaques Annaud. This was in 2010, just after finishing the West End/UK Tour of “Enron”, playing Jeff Skilling, the CEO of the eponymous company in Rupert Goold’s electrifying production. 

Starred in BBC’s “The Last Days of Lehman Brothers” as CEO Richard Fuld, fighting to keep his company afloat and his head above water, and featured in “The Fourth Kind”, an alien abduction thriller starring Milla Jovovich. Also in “Universal Soldier: Regeneration” with Jean Claude Van Damme, “Pimp” with Robert Cavanagh and Danny Dyer, as well as “Kick-Ass” and “X-Men: First Class” for Matthew Vaughn.  

Corey’s Theatre credits include stints at the Almeida Theatre in Islington, in “The Last Days of Judas Iscariat” and “Aunt Dan and Lemon”, and at the Young Vic, in “A Prayer for my Daughter”. Made his Broadway debut at the Jacobs Theater as Jack Brennan, Richard Nixon’s chief of staff, in “Frost/Nixon”, with Frank Langella and Michael Sheen, originating the role in London at the Donmar Warehouse before transferring to The Gielgud Theatre in the West End, and finally New York. 

Other Film: from the acclaimed war biopics “Saving Private Ryan”, and “Black Hawk Down”, to “The Mummy”, and Guillermo del Toro’s striking “Hellboy”.  His work with Paul Greengrass includes “The Bourne Ultimatum” as well as the multi-award-winning “United 93”. (Best Ensemble 2006  - Boston Film Critics)

On Television: “Sex, the City, and Me” (BBC2), “Foyle’s War” (ITV), “Dr. Who”, “Spooks” (BBC1) and “Nash Bridges” (CBS).  

Theatre credits include  ”Enron”, “Lucky You”,  “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot”, “A Prayer for my Daughter”, “A View from the Bridge” (TMA  Best Actor Nomination), “Clever Dick”, “Someone Who’’ll Watch Over Me”, “Birdy”, and for the National Theatre, “Death of a Salesman” and “Absolute Hell”. 

Trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

*password: Andy
Awarded “Best Actor” at AIFF for his performance in “Warhol”*. Nominated for Best Actor at FilmQuest 2014; also, “Warhol” voted “Best Film” at Long Beach Indie Film Fest.