JAMES CORDEN (Peter Rabbit) is an Emmy Award winning host,
writer, and producer, a Tony Award Winning actor, and a multiple BAFTA Award
Corden is the host of "The Late Late Show," which premiered on CBS in March
2015. He has won three Emmy Awards - one for Outstanding Interactive Program
(2016), and two for Outstanding Variety Special (2016 and 2017) for "The Late
Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special." Corden was nominated for two
additional Emmy Awards in 2016 and 2017 for Outstanding Variety Talk Series and
three consecutive Critics Choice Award nominations for Best Talk Show. Since
Corden took over as host of "The Late Late Show," the show has set YouTube
records with over 3 billion views and has achieved the highest ratings, with any
host, since the show's inception in 1995. "The Late Late Show" channel has a
subscriber base of approximately 12 million, and holds the top 3 most watched
late night videos on YouTube with Adele Carpool Karaoke, Justin Bieber Carpool
Karaoke and One Direction Carpool Karaoke.
Corden is also the co-creator and executive producer of the new "Carpool
Karaoke" series for Apple Music, which received a 2017 PGA Award for Outstanding
Short-Form Program. Corden also serves as executive producer of "Drop the Mic,"
which premiered fall 2017 on TBS.
Corden hosted the 70th Annual Tony Awards THE 70TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS, which
had the highest viewers in 15 years, and won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding
Special Class Program." He was also the host of the 59th Annual Grammy Awards,
and returned as host in 2018.
In the UK, Corden hosts the BAFTA Award winning UK sports-themed comedy game
show "A League of Their Own," which airs on Sky 1. He was also host for the Brit
Awards, the biggest event in the British music industry, from 2010 to 2014.
Corden starred in, produced, and wrote the BAFTA nominated comedy thriller "The
Wrong Mans," which aired on the BBC and is also available on Hulu. 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 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 and in 2011, he had a recurring role in the popular BBC
science fiction series "Doctor Who" as Craig Owens, the Doctor's roommate.
On the big screen, Corden will next star in Ocean's 8 with Rihanna, Cate
Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and Sandra Bullock, among others for Warner Bros. He
was last seen starring in the Golden Globe nominated feature Into the Woods with
Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt; Begin Again with Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo;
The Three Musketeers with Orlando Bloom; Gulliver's Travels with Jack Black and
Jason Segel; 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 at The National
Theatre in London and then on Broadway. His performance 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 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
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