Corey William Large
Corey William Large is a Canadian writer, actor, and producer of feature movies.
Early life and education
After elementary school, he enrolled at St. Michaels University School.
Initially, he found work as a model. At the age of 21, he moved across the Georgia Strait and enrolled at the Vancouver Film School and later at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles.
His early career featured minor parts in TV shows, including 21 Jump Street, which was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Breaker High, shot in Burnaby, B.C. He also had a background part in the 1997 film Excess Baggage, starring Alicia Silverstone, and in 1998 with a role on Disturbing Behavior with then unknown Katie Holmes.
He soon realized that his real opportunities in the film industry lay in post-production and financing projects.
He returned to St. Michaels University School to direct and act in Window Theory, a movie he also produced, and which was released in 2005. Luke Flynn was his co-star in the film.
Today Large splits his time between Santa Monica, Victoria and Hawaii.
Wingman Productions is based in Santa Monica and consists of Large, partner Alan Pao, and collaborating writer Kyle Kramer who have written, produced, co-starred in, and sold several full-length features to Hollywood studios.
Tunnel Post Inc. is a Santa Monica-based company which creates, restores, and delivers high-end media content, including feature films, television programs, live events, commercials, music videos, and trailers. It was founded by Kyle Jackson, Alan Pao, and Corey Large.
- Machine Gun Preacher, 2011
- All Things Fall Apart, 2011, Paramedic Adam
- The Penthouse, 2010, Tyler
- Toxic, 2010
- Lies & Illusions, 2009, Master Chief
- Loaded, 2008, Sebastian
- Deep Rescue, 2005, Philip
- Chasing Ghosts, 2005, Cole Davies/Keris Alfiri
- Window Theory, 2005, Ethan Humphries
- Death and Texas, 2004, Prison Guard
- Cold Feet, 1998 (short), Male Model
- Excess Baggage, 1997, Background
- Providence, Act Naturally (2002) as Jimmy
- Great Performances, Little Women (2001) as Host
- Freedom War (2000) as Soldier McCammond
- So Weird, Simplicity (1999) as Albert
- The Net, Harvest (1998) as Nathan
- Breaker High, Kissin' Cousins (1997) as San Diego Steve
- Cannabis Kid (producer), 2013
- Some Velvet Morning, 2013 (associate producer) (post-production)
- Welcome to the Jungle, 2013 (executive producer) (post-production)
- Don Peyote, 2012 (executive producer) (post-production)
- Fire with Fire, 2012 (executive producer)
- The Obama Effect, 2012 (executive producer])
- The Legend of Awesomest Maximus, 2011 (executive producer)
- Cross, 2011 (video) (executive producer)
- Hello Herman, 2011 (executive producer)
- Gun, 2010 (executive producer)
- The Penthouse, 2010 (producer)
- Toxic, 2010 (producer)
- Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, 2009 (executive producer)
- Loaded, 2008 (producer)
- The Art of Travel, 2008 (executive producer)
- Senior Skip Day, 2008 (video) (executive producer)
- Tooth & Nail, 2007 (executive producer)
- Fusion: Kanye West, Gnarls Barkley, Lupe Fiasco, 2007 (TV movie) (producer)
- 7-10 Split, 2007 (executive producer)
- Chasing Ghosts, 2005 (executive producer)
- Window Theory, 2005 (executive producer)
- The Penthouse, 2010 (story)
- Toxic, 2010 (story)
- Loaded, 2008 (writer)
- Chasing Ghosts, 2005 (story)
- Window Theory, 2005 (story)
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- "Lies and Illusions".
- Kit, Borys (8 May 2012). "'Vampire Diaries' Star Nina Dobrev, Kellan Lutz to Join 'Kid Cannabis' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Fire With Fire