Isabelle Cornish is an Australian actress who is famous for her roles in TV series including Marvel’s Inhumans, Puberty Blues, and Home and Away.
Isabelle Cornish’s Bio, Age
Isabelle was born July 24, 1994, in Australia to Barry and Shelley Cornish. She has four siblings named Abbie, Hayden, Jade, and Zac.
Abbie Cornish is an Australian actress and singer. Abbie is known for her roles as Heidi in the 2004 movie Somersault and Clara Murphy in the 2014 movie Robocop.
Isabelle fell in love with acting and directing movies as a child. At the age of 10, she saved enough money to buy her first video camera. She was also very athletic and loved playing football and basketball.
She attended the Hunter School of Performing Arts, where she developed a passion for acting.
Isabelle made her acting debut in 2012, playing the role of Christy Clarke in the TV show Home and Away.
In 2014, Cornish appeared in the TV movie named Sea of Fire alongside Keir Gilchrist and Jennifer Carpenter.
In 2017, Isabelle appeared in the MCU’s TV series Inhumans, where she played the role of Crystal.
Isabelle Cornish was crowned Australia’s Prettiest Vegetarian in 2013 by PETA Australia.
Who is Isabelle Cornish’s Boyfriend?
Isabelle is currently dating Mitch Revs.
The couple started dating in 2012 and have been together since.
How much is Isabelle Cornish’s Net Worth?
Isabelle has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Isabelle was once the ambassador for the athletic brand Addidas.
The fitness enthusiast started eating a balanced diet and doing regular workouts at the age of fifteen.
And since then, she has been following a healthy lifestyle and the influence of which is apparent both on her body and skin.
Isabelle does Running, Swimming, Stair Climbing, Boxing and Kettlebell workout. She also plays squash.
Besides, she also enjoys Surfing and Cycling. She also does Yoga and Pilates to strengthen her core.
Overall, she works out five to six times in a week.
Isabelle Suffered from an Eating Disorder
Isabelle developed bulimia a serious, potentially life-threatening eating disorder when she was 18, before briefly entering recovery.
‘When I was super young, like 18, I did have bulimia for a year and then it went away, and I was fine for a couple of years and then it came back in a different form,’ she recounted.