Corey Sevier Biography

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Born: July 03, 1984


Date of Birth: July 3, 1984

Born in Scarborough, Ontario, Corey Sevier began modeling when he was just three months old. His first dramatic role came at the age of seven playing Angelica Huston's son in the ABC mini-series Family Pictures (1993). He has worked steadily ever since, appearing in TV movies and feature films (his debut was in 1995's Tommy Boy starring David Spade). Corey also made his stage debut in the Canadian Stage production of The Wooden Hill. In 1997 he landed the lead role of Timmy in the new Lassie TV series and received a Gemini nomination for Best Actor in a Continuing Role Youth Program for his work on the show. When Lassie finished shooting, Sevier immediately got a job on another new TV series, Little Men, filmed in Ontario for the American network PAX TV. In the show, based on the book by Louisa May Alcott, Sevier played Dan, a rough-around-the-edges street kid who is taken in by Jo Bhaer, who runs a private school. His portrayal of Dan earned him nominations for Best Supporting Actor in a Dramatic series at both the 1999 and 2000 Los Angeles Youth Awards.

After Little Men's two-year run was over, Sevier had no trouble finding other work. He made guest appearances on TV shows such as Partners, Real Kids Real Adventures, Twice in a Lifetime (for which he received a 2002 Young Artists Award nomination as Best Guest Starring Young Actor in a Drama Series) and Caitlin's Way, then landed recurring roles on two more series; 2030 CE (2002) and WB's Action series Black Sash (2003). He also played the recurring role of Julian on Lifetime TV's Wild Card. Sevier made a return to the big screen with the Canadian film Decoys (2004), playing the lead role of Luke Callahan, a college student who finds out that his school has been invaded by gorgeous alien women.

In his spare time, Sevier, who speaks both English and French, enjoys sports such as karate, soccer, hockey and baseball.


Decoys (2004)
Synapse (2001)
Summer of the Monkeys (1998)
Memory Run (1996)
Tommy Boy (1995)

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