Liana Cornell (born April 24, 1990) is a 2012 NIDA Acting Graduate. She is the daughter of director/actor/writer John Cornell and actress Delvene Delaney . She was born in Mullumbimby and grew up in Byron Bay. Her first television work was in ABC's East of Everything as the character Rebecca. She has subsequently gone on to work on 'Schapelle', 'Love Child', 'House of Hancock', and 'Wolf Creek' and has an upcoming role in the Amazon and Sky co-produced TV series Britannia. She is also known for her theatre work, most recently her work for the Bell Shakespeare Company's "The Winter's Tale" at the Sydney Opera House. She is also a writer, producer and director. Cornell founded and ran a philanthropic fund called Save Our Skins which focuses mainly on endangered species and environmental issues.
|Occupation||Actress, director, writer, environmental activist|
|Television||Britannia (TV series) Bell Shakespeare|
|Parent(s)||John Cornell (father)|
Delvene Delaney (mother)