Robb began his acting career with theater in the Inland Empire, performing in theaters in Riverside, San Bernardino, and Fontana. His first role was Starbuck in The Rainmaker, and he followed this with a performance as Cassio in Othello. He then studied acting at the Anita Jesse Studio in Hollywood, took a workshop with Michelle Danner of The Larry Moss Studio, and did in-depth work on Shakespeare, scene study, and character development with The AFT Group.
He returned to the stage in various roles including Prospero in The Tempest (directed by ACT’s Larry Biederman), Mercutio in the West Coast premiere of Madman William (Los Angeles Theater Center), and George in the U.S. premiere of Charles Dickens’ Bleak House (Write Act Repertory). Robb’s film credits include Banana Moon (with Ted Lange and Greg Mulavy) and Dominion (with Rainn Wilson).
Other recent credits include CSI:NY, "Bad Blood" (release in fall 2007), and "Honor Bound" (production begins spring of 2007.) Taking the needed break every now and then from an actor's life Cori loves to travel, cook, root for the Broncos, and search for the best surf breaks with her boyfriend.