Corey Sevier has been in front of the camera his entire life. Starting as a model at the tender age of six months, he had transitioned into acting by his seventh birthday. Sevier has since appeared in well over 55 film and television productions.
Sevier recently starred as Greek God Apollo in Universal/Relativity's mythological epic feature, “Immortals,” from the producers of “300,” starring Mickey Rourke, John Hurt, Henry Cavill and Freida Pinto. He has also had recent feature film roles in “Age of the Dragons,” a fantastical reimagining of Herman Melville's classic novel “Moby Dick,” as Ishmael, the young hero and Narrator, “The Lost Future,” directed by Academy Award® Nominee Mikael Salomon and “Conduct Unbecoming,” as U.S. Marine Captain Nick Hawkes. Sevier transformed himself yet again to star in the gritty independent drama, “5th & Alameda,” playing an ex-con and lost soul whose life gets turned upside down when a convenient store robbery goes horribly wrong.
Born and raised in a small town outside of Toronto, Ontario, Sevier got his start in the ABC mini-series “Family Pictures,” opposite Anjelica Houston and Sam Neill. Young Sevier then played Joseph Kennedy Jr. in the acclaimed NBC mini-series “JFK: The Reckless Years.” He made his feature film debut in Paramount's smash comedy “Tommy Boy” with a bit role opposite Dan Aykyroyd. Sevier began getting work on popular kids' shows like “Goosebumps,” “Caitlin 's Way,” “Real Kids, Real Adventures” and “Wind At My Back.”
At age twelve, after a nationwide search, Sevier won the role of Timmy on the 1990's version of the beloved classic “Lassie.” The series would run four seasons and play in virtually every country worldwide. His work on the show earned him a nomination for a Gemini Award and an YTV Achievement Award.
In between seasons of “Lassie,” Sevier starred in the heartwarming Disney feature “Summer of the Monkeys.” The film would garnish rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival, as well as win a Crystal Heart Award at the Heartland Film Festival later that year. Sevier went on to star in the period drama “Little Men.” His work on the series earned him back-to-back nominations at The Los Angeles Youth Awards.
Sevier broke into the mainstream in 2003 when he landed a role on the WB's martial arts drama, “Black Sash.” Although the show was short lived, Sevier was immediately swept up by FOX and found himself starring in the Hawaii set drama, “North Shore,” playing Gabriel, the hotel lifeguard and aspiring pro-surfer. Upon completing “North Shore,” Sevier has since starred in “The Jazzman” with Michael lronside, “A Broken Life” opposite Tom Sizemore and Ving Rhames, “Code Breakers” alongside Scott Glenn and “Surf School” with comedian Harland Williams, as well as “American Primitive,” the spiritual thriller “A Flesh Offering,” the teen horror “House of Fears” and the psychological thriller “Metamorphosis.”
Sevier has also become known for having starred as reluctant hero Luke Callahan in the campy cult sci-fi film “Decoys” and its sequel. Other film work includes appearance in “The Secret” with Olivia Thirlby and David Duchovny and “Between Strangers” with legend Sophia Loren and Malcolm McDowell.
On the small screen, Sevier had memorable turns in the television dramas “Gospel of Deceit” and “Student Seduction” with Elizabeth Berkley. Sevier has also guest-starred on many acclaimed shows, including “CSI: Miami,” “Smallville,” “Psych,” “Heartland,” “The Murdoch Mysteries” and “The Dresden Files.” His guest-starring role on “Twice In a Lifetime” earned him a third Los Angeles Youth Award nomination