Born in Ajax, Ontario, Corey Sevier’s career in front of the camera began as a baby model at the tender age of six months. Modelling soon led to work in commercials. At seven years old, he landed his first acting job in the ABC mini-series “Family Pictures,” alongside screen veterans Angelica Houston and Sam Neill.
He landed the role of Timmy in the ’90s version of the prolific series “Lassie,” which aired on Animal Planet for four seasons and earned him a Gemini nomination. He starred in the PAX Television series “Little Men,” and had recurring roles as Seth Gunderson in the Hallmark Channel series “Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove” and as David Hudson in ABC’s “Mistresses.” Sevier starred in the steamy FOX drama “North Shore.”
Sevier has guest-starred in numerous well-known series, among them “Psych,” “CSI: Miami,” “Smallville,” “Supernatural” and “Murdoch Mysteries.” Recently, he starred in the Lifetime movie “The Wrong Bed: Naked Pursuit,” and PixL Entertainment’s “Mr. Write” and “Win, Lose or Love,” UPtv’s “The Tree That Saved Christmas” and he co-starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “The Art of Us.”