Bayley Jane Corman was born in Boise, Idaho to parents Todd Corman and Jennifer Runyon. She spent most of her childhood riding horses and participating in local and educational theater. Bayley was inspired to begin acting from watching her mother, Jennifer (Ghostbusters, Charles in Charge), in TV shows and movies while growing up.
In addition to her mother, Bayley’s father (Todd Corman), grandfather (Eugene Corman), and most notably her great uncle (Roger Corman) also made successful careers for themselves in the film industry. In turn, Bayley felt determined to carry out a legendary career in the industry as well. Her very first television appearance was as “Allie” on Disney’s “Zeke and Luther”.
From there Bayley has gone on to work on other television comedies like MTV’s “Faking It”, Fullscreen’s “Making Moves”, and most recently the CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls”. In addition to her television appearances, Corman is also awaiting the release of her movie debut in the upcoming horror film “The Hatred” directed by Michael G. Kehoe.
Bayley is currently a senior at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She is graduating in the Spring with a bachelor’s degree in theater arts.