Isabelle Cornish to split time between US and Australia

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    She’s a former Home And Away star and little sister to fellow actress Abbie Cornish.

    And now it seems that Isabelle Cornish’s fame is set to rise even further as the plucky 23-year-old appears in the new Marvel TV series Inhumans.

    With such a great foot in the Hollywood door, Isabelle revealed to The Daily Telegraph that although she plans to explore more opportunities Stateside, she will still call Australia home.

    Super role: Isabelle Cornish's star is rising in Hollywood, thanks to her casting in the upcoming Marvel TV series Inhumans

    Super role: Isabelle Cornish’s star is rising in Hollywood, thanks to her casting in the upcoming Marvel TV series Inhumans

    Speaking to the publication, Isabelle said that she was keen to capitalise on her new TV show.

    ‘I just love what I do and I love to work and there’s so many job opportunities in America,’ Isabelle, who is based in Newcastle, New South Wales, said.

    Isabelle added: ‘My sights are set in the US but I also love Australian film and TV so I’ll be back and forth.’  

    Moving forward:  With such a great foot in the Hollywood door, Isabelle revealed that although she plans to explore more opportunities Stateside, she will still call Australia home. Isabelle is pictured as her Inhumans character Crystal

    Moving forward:  With such a great foot in the Hollywood door, Isabelle revealed that although she plans to explore more opportunities Stateside, she will still call Australia home. Isabelle is pictured as her Inhumans character Crystal

    Moving forward:  With such a great foot in the Hollywood door, Isabelle revealed that although she plans to explore more opportunities Stateside, she will still call Australia home. Isabelle is pictured as her Inhumans character Crystal

    Isabelle will also be seen in the tense drama Australia Day alongside Australian acting legend Bryan Brown, which is due to hit screens later this month.

    The film explores simmering racial tensions and in it Isabelle’s character is kidnapped and tortured.

    Explaining that her cast mates were holding her ‘very tightly’ during filming, Isabelle revealed that she, too, threw herself into the heavy scenes.

    Dual citizen: 'My sights are set in the US but I also love Australian film and TV so I'll be back and forth.' Isabelle (r) is pictured with actress sister Abbie Cornish (l)

    Dual citizen: 'My sights are set in the US but I also love Australian film and TV so I'll be back and forth.' Isabelle (r) is pictured with actress sister Abbie Cornish (l)

    Dual citizen: ‘My sights are set in the US but I also love Australian film and TV so I’ll be back and forth.’ Isabelle (r) is pictured with actress sister Abbie Cornish (l)

    ‘At the end of the day, I had bruises and a sore neck for a few days,’ she said.

    Speaking to Stellar in July, Isabelle revealed that she went through a dry spell of three years between jobs before landing the role on Inhumans.

     ‘Of course it was disheartening,’ Isabelle confessed.

    ‘There are so many auditions where you don’t get the role on your way to landing on, I had to trust that the roles I lost weren’t right, and that something that was would come my way.’ 

    Prolific: Isabelle will also be seen in the tense drama Australia Day alongside Australian acting legend Bryan Brown, due to hit screens later this month

    Prolific: Isabelle will also be seen in the tense drama Australia Day alongside Australian acting legend Bryan Brown, due to hit screens later this month

    Prolific: Isabelle will also be seen in the tense drama Australia Day alongside Australian acting legend Bryan Brown, due to hit screens later this month

     

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