1979/1980 (age 39–40)
|Rev. (2010–11) |
Sex Education (2019)
In 2013 she received a nomination for Best Exit.
Corfield returned to Doctors in 2014 to play Freya's sister, Lois Wilson, and received a third British Soap Awards nomination - this time for Best On Screen Partnership with Danielle Henry.
Raised in Four Crosses near Llanfair Caereinion, Powys, she became head girl at Welshpool High School. Due to study English at university, she caught the acting bug through appearances with the Montgomeryshire Youth Theatre. After A-Levels, she approached Amnesty International to set up a theatre in education company, with which she toured for two years. She then relocated to London and studied acting at RADA for three years.
Since her graduation, Corfield has worked in both stage and television.
Corfield is constantly campaigning to improve the rights and visibility of the LGBTQIA Community. She has appeared in the Diversity Role Models Calendar, to show her support towards the prevention of homophobic bullying in UK schools, and is a proud Patron of Pride Cymru.
She also appeared in The Green Party's 2014 and 2016 Party Political Broadcasts to show her support for the Party.
In April 2019, it was announced that Corfield was cast in new women's prison drama series, Clink, which is the first-ever scripted drama commissioned for 5Star. She portrays the role of Joyce Edevan, a woman convicted of murdering her girlfriend. She appeared in all ten episode of the first series. It is currently not known if or when the series will return.
|2008||Consuming Passion||Anti Student||Television film|
|2011||Quiff and Boot||Boot||Television film|
|2011||Isle of Spagg||Duck (voice)||Short film|
|2012||The Woman in Black||Jannet (voice)||Uncredited|
|2012||Sickness & Disability||HR Manager (voice)||Short film|
|2016||Three Women Wait for Death||Hester||Short film|
|2004, 2011–2014||Doctors||Lois Wilson, Freya Wilson||143 episodes|
|2005, 2008||Holby City||Paula Day, April Gallagher||2 episodes|
|2005||The Golden Hour||Mandy Alsop||Episode: "Episode #1.3"|
|2007, 2009||EastEnders||PC Annie Young||6 episodes|
|2009||The Bill||Lyn Emery||Episode: "Backlash"|
|2009||Comedy Showcase||Various Characters||Episode: "Girl Friday"|
|2010–2011||Rev.||Gemma Harper||5 episodes|
|2011||Candy Cabs||Big Pam||3 episodes|
|2011, 2013, 2016||Casualty||PC Penny Farraday, Susan Croft, Marie Gilbert||3 episodes|
|2011||Threesome||Linda - Sperm Bank Receptionist||Episode: "Episode #1.1"|
|2012–2013||Watson & Oliver||Various||4 episodes|
|2013||Quick Cuts||Custumer||Episode: "Episode #1.3"|
|2013||The Wrong Mans||Operating Nurse||Episode: "The Wrong Mans"|
|2014||Stella||Officer Green||3 episodes|
|2014||The Dumping Ground||Nicky Richardson||Episode: "GI Johnny"|
|2014||Game of Thrones||Mole's Town Madam||2 episodes|
|2015||The Devil You Know||Mary Sibley||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2015||Count Arthur Strong||Phil's Friend||Episode: "Stuck in the Middle"|
|2015||Man Down||Quizmaster||Episode: "The Health"|
|2015||Bull||Felicity||Episode: "A Fine Example of a Victorian Chess Set (1865)"|
|2016||Agatha Raisin||Janine Juddle||Episode: "Witch of Wyckhadden"|
|2017||Vera||Jo Travers||Episode: "The Blanket Mire"|
|2018||Silent Witness||Jane Ronald||2 episodes|
|2019||Sex Education||Sarah||1 episode|
|2019–||Clink||Joyce Edevan||Season 1 (10 episodes)|
- "Lu Corfield: Doctor in the house". walesonline.co.uk. 18 June 2011. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
- Lu Corfield: Doctor in the house - TV - Lifestyle - WalesOnline
- BBC News - Lu Corfield's journey from Welshpool to Candy Cabs
- Familar[sic] face in BBC comedy Candy Cabs
- Lu Corfield Archived 7 July 2012 at Archive.today
- Stephen, Chapman (11 April 2019). "LA Productions behind new prison drama on 5STAR". Prolific North. Retrieved 25 October 2019.