Cori Dioquino is a Filipino American actor, producer and writer based in Baltimore and NYC. After earning her bachelor's in theatre from Towson University, she worked as a stage, commercial and TV actor, most notably appearing onscreen in Marvel/Netflix's hit series Daredevil and Season 2 of New Amsterdam. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.
Cori is a passionate and outspoken advocate for stronger Filipino and Asian Pacific Indigenous (API) representation in American arts and entertainment. In 2018, she founded the Asian Pasifika Arts Collective (APAC), an arts organization dedicated to using “art of all platforms to ensure that the stories of Asian Americans and Pacific Indigenous Americans are seen, heard and valued”. In 2020, Cori helped launch Unapologetically Asian, a response to the growing discrimination towards Asians as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
As an acting coach, her mission is to provide all actors the training and business guidance they need to pursue successful careers in the TV, Film and Theatre industries. Cori continues to champion the voices of underrepresented communities and storytellers as the Managing Editor for Film Fest Magazine, an online publication and resource for regional film festivals and independent filmmakers.