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The multi-talented JAMES CORDEN (Hi-5) is known around the world as a Tony Award-winning performer on Broadway, a BAFTA-winning star of a UK television series, a feature film actor, an Emmy winning host, writer, and producer in several genres of television.

Corden can currently be seen hosting "The Late Late Show," which premiered on CBS in March 2015 and won an Emmy for Outstanding Interactive Program, two back to back Critics Choice Awards nominations for Best Talk Show, set YouTube records, and achieved its highest ratings, with any host, since the show's inception in 1995. Corden separates his show from other late night shows by offering viewers a peek behind the scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once, and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches.

Most recently, Corden hosted the 70th Annual Tony Awards, which had the most viewers in 15 years.

Corden continues to host the BAFTA Award-winning UK sports-themed comedy game show "A League of Their Own" on Sky 1 and hosted the Brit Awards, the biggest event in the British music industry, from 2010 to 2014.

On television, Corden stars in, produces, and writes the BAFTA-nominated comedy thriller "The Wrong Mans," which is available on Hulu and airs on the BBC. In 2013, Corden was awarded the Royal Television Society Award for Comedy Writer of the Year for his work on the show.

Previously, Corden starred as Smithy in the critically acclaimed BBC comedy series "Gavin and Stacey" which he also co-created and co-wrote. For this role, he earned the BAFTA Television Award for Best Male Comedy Performance in 2008 and the British Comedy Award for Best Male Comedy Performer in 2007. The series received the British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy in 2008, as well as the National Television Award for Most Popular Comedy Programme in 2010. Corden also starred in the British television series "Fat Friends" from 2000 to 2005, which earned him a nomination for the 2000 Royal Television Society Award for Network Newcomer on Screen. In 2011, Corden had a recurring role in the popular BBC science fiction series "Doctor Who" as Craig Owens, the Doctor's roommate.

Corden, as illustrated above, is clearly a modern-day renaissance man, taking his multi-dimensional talents to various roles on the big screen, including Into the Woods with Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, and Emily Blunt, Begin Again with Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo, The Three Musketeers with Orlando Bloom, Gulliver's Travels with Jack Black, How to Lose Friends and Alienate People with Jeff Bridges, and The History Boys with Dominic Cooper.

On stage, Corden attracted international attention as the lead in the hit comedic play "One Man, Two Guvnors," which he first performed in The National Theatre and the West End in London, and then on Broadway. His performance on Broadway garnered him the 2012 Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Play. His additional theater credits include the worldwide tour of "The History Boys" in the role of Timms, which he also played in the feature film adaptation.

Over the course of his career, Corden has additionally been awarded the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award for Comedy Writer of the Year, the South Bank Show Award for Comedy, the TRIC Award for Best Comedy, and the National Television Award for Best Comedy.


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