Corinne Bohrer was born in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, USA. She is an American film and television actress whose career has continued uninterrupted for four decades and includes regular roles in eight primetime series produced between 1984 and 2015: E/R, Free Spirit, Man of the People, Double Rush, Partners, Rude Awakening, Veronica Mars and Murder in the First.
By the time of her 22nd birthday, Bohrer was in Hollywood, working on her first on-screen assignment — a one-minute role as stranded motorist Vicki Thomas asking for help from the younger of the two leading men on McClain’s Law, the pilot telefilm of the 1981 James Arness same-named police series. In 1986 she appeared in the 22nd episode of the first season of MacGyver as Terry Ross. In 1988 she co-starred opposite Randy Quaid in Dead Solid Perfect, and followed that with a co-starring role opposite Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage in the comedy Vice Versa.
During the 1990s she appeared on Murder, She Wrote. Previous roles were more comedic, including her role as a pediatric nurse who had a crush on Elliott Gould in the short-lived CBS situation comedy E/R, a witch in the similarly brief sitcom Free Spirit, an administrative assistant to a City Councilman in fictitious Long View, California played by James Garner in the quickly-canceled NBC sitcom Man of the People, and in Phantom of the Megaplex (2000). She is also known as Trickster’s sidekick Prank in the 1990 CBS series The Flash and the version from The CW, in which she appeared in a 2018 episode.
Bohrer’s work has included a recurring role as Lianne Mars, the wayward mother of the title character in the CW television series Veronica Mars.