Corinne Grant (born June 12, 1973) is an Australian comedienne and television presenter.
Grant was born in the small Victorian town of Corryong. After briefly studying as a nurse in Wodonga, she embarked upon a career as a stand-up comedian in Melbourne. In the late 1990s she appeared on the community television Channel 31 alongside Rove McManus before leaving with him for the Nine Network in 1999.
She currently appears on the current affairs/comedy show The Glass House (ABC-TV). Until 2005, she appeared on McManus' talk show Rove Live (Network Ten). She also appeared on the first series of the sketch comedy series Skithouse (Network Ten).
In 2005 she appeared alongside Greg Fleet, Adam Hills, Alan Brough and Steve Gates in "Die On your Feet", a play written by Greg Fleet.
She returned to stand-up after a five year break in 2006, appearing at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala and in her own solo show called "Faking It".
Grant has written a non-fiction book, Beyond Endurance (published 1994), and penned articles for newspapers such as the Herald Sun and The Age.
Corinne also occasionally fills in for Kate Langbroek on Nova 100 radio in Melbourne.