Corey Thomas Carrier was born to parents Thomas and Carleen on August 20, 1980 in Carver, Massachusetts.
Corey attended acting school at The Priscilla Beach Children's Theatre Workshop. He has been a comedian since the age of 3 and opened for Jay Leno when he was 4. Corey has performed his stand-up routines on "Live With Regis and Kathie Lee" and "The Pat Sajack Show", as well as numerous comedy clubs around the country. One of his early on-screen roles was a touching performance in an epsiode of "The Equalizer". This is noteworthy as it was the first time a child actor played an AIDS victim on TV. Overall, Corey is best known for playing the role of Young Indiana Jones in "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles".
Corey's hobbies include baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, horseback riding, fencing, guitar, ice skating, and basketball.
Along with his parents, Corey also has an older sister named Bethany.
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