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Corrine Koslo was a versatile character actress who played many different roles on both stage and screen. Born in France, Koslo was raised in Ontario, Canada, where she was very active in the local theater community. Her onscreen debut came with a cameo in the short-lived animated television series "Beverly Hills Teens" (Syndication, 1987). Koslo got her first regular gig voicing Lady Rataxes in the sumptuously animated hit children's series, "Babar" (CBC, 1989-1991). Koslo worked regularly throughout the 90s, playing Miss Flugal in the comedic farce "Ernest Goes to School" (1994), appearing on an episode of "The X-Files" (FOX, 1993-2002, 2016), and co-starring in the LGBT-themed comedy "Better Than Chocolate" (1999). Her most high profile film role yet came in the form of Christopher Guest's mockumentary "Best In Show" (2000), where she portrayed a judge in the film's fictionalized version of the Westminster Dog Show. Koslo endeared herself to younger audiences when she accepted the role of Rachel Lynde on "Anne" (Netflix, 2017), Netflix's adaptation of the beloved "Anne of Green Gables."
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