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James Reid
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Born Robert James Reid
(1993-05-11) May 11, 1993 (age 21)
Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia
Residence Makati, Philippines
Nationality Filipino, Australian
Education Makati Science High School
Karabar High School Distance Education Centre
Occupation
Years active 2010–present
Agent Star Magic (2010–2012)
Viva Artist Agency (2012–present)
Known for Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010
Spencer Ziff in Good Vibes
Cross Sandford in Diary ng Panget
Timothy Odelle Pendleton in Talk Back and You're Dead
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
Years active 2010–present
Labels Star Records (2010–2012)
Viva Records (2012–present)
Associated acts Bret Jackson, Devon Seron, Sam Concepcion, Nadine Lustre, Elise Estrada, Shehyee, Donnalyn Bartolome, Myrtle Sarrosa

Robert James Reid (born May 11, 1993 in Sydney , Australia ) is a Filipino-Australian singer, actor, dancer and songwriter with dual Filipino and Australian citizenship.[1] He rose to fame after being named as the Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010. He is also known for his roles as Spencer Ziff in Good Vibes, Cross Sandford in Diary ng Panget: The Movie, and Timothy Odelle Pendleton in Talk Back and You're Dead.

His self-titled debut album James Reid was released digitally on iTunes and physically on September 4, 2013. Reid's second album Reid Alert was released digitally on iTunes[2] and physically on Valentine's Day of 2015 by Viva Records which debuted at #2 in Philippine iTunes pop music album charts behind Taylor Swift's 1989.

Early life

Reid was born in Sydney, Australia on May 11, 1993 to an Australian father, Robert Malcolm Reid and a Filipino mother, Maria Aprilyn Marquinez. He lived in Mosman which is located on the North Shore of Sydney. Reid has five brothers and two sisters: 6 siblings from his father side (Jack Reid, Lauren Reid, Andrew Reid, Robbie Reid, Jenny Reid, Tom Reid) and 1 sibling from his mother side (Chantal Calicdan). His mother Maria, was a former singer. His parents separated when he was only two years old, and Reid lived in Australia until he was 15 years old. With only his father, Reid moved to the Philippines due to financial issues and his father being in need of some medical attention. Reid has stated before that he was experiencing some trouble adjusting to his new life in the Philippines especially with the different academics and social skills, as well as with the language. He studied at the Makati Science High School. Before Reid's move to the Philippines, he was a gymnast and swimmer, his dad decided to enroll him in Karabar High School Distance Education Centre, an Australian distance-learning center located at Karabar, New South Wales, Australia.[3][4]

Career

Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010

Reid was only 16 years old when he entered the Pinoy Big Brother house as one of the 10 Teenternational housemates on April 30, 2010 (Day 22).[5][6]He celebrated his 17th birthday inside the house with his co-teenternational housemates giving him a surprise pool party. Reid was the only teenternational housemate who had Filipino blood. Reid was almost forced evicted twice during his stay inside the house. The first one occurred on May 21, 2010 (Day 43) when Reid was brought to the hospital due to chest pains, discoloration, and shortness of breath while the second one happened on June 1, 2010 (Day 53), when he was again brought to the hospital for the same health issues but this time together with fellow housemate Angelo Pasco. At first the doctors diagnosed Reid with costrochondritis (muscle pains in the rib/chest area) but during his second visit at the hospital the doctors found a hole in one of his lungs that is causing him difficulties in his breathing. After the complications, Reid was able to return to the Big Brother House, with conditions of having to rest frequently as well as wearing an oxygen tube for 1 week 24/7. One June 8, 2010 (Day 60), Reid was notified by the producers of Big Brother that he was no longer required to use the oxygen tube, he was only required to use it when he is sleeping.[4]

On June 26, 2010 (Day 78), he was crowned as the Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Big Winner after receiving 179, 294 (19.75%) of the total votes just 1.05% ahead of the total votes received by the 2nd Teen Big Placer, Ryan Bang who got 169, 697 (18.70%) of the total votes, these marks as the closest race ever to become the Big Winner in the history of Pinoy Big Brother. As the Big Winner, Reid won P1,000,000 (plus the same amount to his chosen charity) from Jack n' Jill, a laptop computer from Sony Vaio, a 42-inch flat screen TV from Sony Bravia, an Asian tour package for two care of Von Dutch, P1,500,000 worth of bottled purified water business from Crystal Clear, and a condominium unit worth P3,000,000 courtesy of Globe Asiatique.[7][8][9][10][11][12]

Singing

On July 24, 2011, Reid together with Bret Jackson launched their first digital album entitled We Are Whatever on ASAP Rocks. The album features four original songs composed by Reid and Jackson themselves.[13][14]

In 2013, Reid launched his self-titled debut album that is composed of two covers and four original songs, two of which is composed by Reid himself.[15][16]

He also lend his voice to the Diary ng Panget: The Movie Soundtrack and Talk Back and You're Dead Soundtrack, the official soundtracks of his two movies.[17][18]

On January 2, 2015, Reid revealed that he is currently doing his second album that will be release within the year.[19] The album will include songs collaborated with Canadian music producer Adam Hurstfield who has written and/or produced for artists such as Ashley Tisdale, Ne-Yo, Aly Michalka, Loverboy, Elise Estrada and many more.[20] On January 10, Reid's new music video Huwag Ka Nang Humirit composed by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana was premiered in Viva's YouTube channel. After its upload, the music video began trending in social media and went viral in less than a week in the Philippine internet and Blogosphere.[21][22]

On January 21, 2015, the music video of the song entitled "Hanap Hanap" premiered in MTV Pinoy. The song will as his fourth collaboration with Nadine Lustre after "No Erase", "Rocketeer" and "Bahala Na".[23] It will also be used as the themesong of his upcoming movie with Lustre entitled Para sa Hopeless Romantic.[24]

Reid's second album Reid Alert was released digitally on iTunes[25] and physically on Valentine's Day of 2015 by Viva Records. It debuted at #2 in Philippine iTunes pop music album charts behind Taylor Swift's 1989.

Acting

Television career

Right after winning PBB, Reid was offered a 2 year Star Magic contract with ABS-CBN. He was then paired with his co-housemate, Devon Seron in some ABS-CBN shows like Shoutout![26][27][28][29] and Good Vibes.[30][31][32][33][34][35][36] He was also paired with Yen Santos in Pintada.[37][38]

On August 26, 2014, Reid signed a two-year contract with ABS-CBN that marked his exclusivity to the network after two years of freelancing.[39][40] As part of the contract, Reid and his onscreen partner Nadine Lustre starred in their first TV series together as a loveteam entitled Wansapanataym Presents: My App #Boyfie which was also based on Wattpad story.[41][42][43][44][45]

On February 13, 2015, it was announced that he together with Lustre will star in a new TV series entitled On the Wings of Love.[46]

Movie career

In 2011, Reid created a short film titled On Thin Ice by the De La Salle University students together with Verniece Enciso. The film is a thesis of the students of DLSU. The film seeks to promote non-traditional sports in the Philippines, particularly figure skating.[47][48]

In 2012, Reid becomes a talent of Viva Artists Agency after signing a contract with Viva Entertainment. His launching movie was Diary ng Panget together with Nadine Lustre, Yassi Pressman and Andre Paras.[49][50][51][52][53][54] The movie is based on the best-selling book of the same name by HaveYouSeenThisGirl. The movie was released on April 2, 2014 and became a box-office hit earning at least 119.5 million pesos during its 4-week run.[55][56][57][58][59][60]

On June 2, 2014, it was confirmed that he and Lustre would star in another film titled Talk Back and You're Dead together with Pressman and Joseph Marco. The film is also based on the best-selling book of the same name by Alesana Marie.[61] The movie will be co-produced by Viva Films and Skylight Films. During its 4-week run the movie has grossed 79.8 million pesos according to Box Office Mojo.[62]

On August 29, 2014, it was confirmed that Reid will reprise his role as Timothy Odelle Pendleton in the Talk Back and You're Dead sequel entitled Never Talk Back to a Gangster.[63][64]

On October 22, 2014, it was announced that he and Lustre will do another movie entitled Para sa Hopeless Romantic together with Julia Barretto, Iñigo Pascual, AJ Muhlach and Shy Carlos. The movie is based on a book written by Marcelo Santos III and will be under Viva Films and Skylight Films.[65][66][67]

On December 1, 2014, it was revealed by Lustre that both she and Reid together with Pressman and Paras will reprise their roles as Eya Rodriguez, Cross Sandford, Lory Keet and Chad Jimemez respectively, in the sequel of their movie entitled Diary ng Panget 2.[68]

It was also revealed that Reid will do a movie entitled Dear Alex, Break na Kami, Paano?! Love, Catherine together with Luis Manzano and Alex Gonzaga which will be directed by Dan Villegas and will be produced by Star Cinema. The movie is based on a book with the same name written by Gonzaga herself.[69][70][71]

Influences

Reid is an avid listener of R&B music, he cites Chris Brown as an early influence for him.[15] He also has a taste in Pop rock and Alternative pop genre of music, he listens to Maroon 5 and The Script with some inspired influence as evident for inclination during his live performances.[15] He also enjoys music from Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars and Jared Leto.[72] Among local musicians, he is inspired by Gary Valenciano. His favorite movie idols are Johnny Depp and James Dean.[73]

Reid also likes to compose new songs, his self-titled debut album James Reid, two of the songs was composed by himself, "You Make My Body Move" and "Game Changer."

Personal life

During his stay inside the PBB house, he was linked to three girl housemates namely Tricia Santos, Ann Li and Devon Seron, the latter became his first official loveteam. He then later admitted that he used to court Devon.[4][74][75][76][77][78] He was in a relationship with Ericka Villongco, 1/2 of the singing duo Krissy & Ericka from January 2011 until they broke up in March 2014, the relationship lasted for three and a half years.[79][80][81][82][83][84]

Discography

Studio albums

Singles

Year Song Album Producer Notes
2011 While We're Still Young We Are Whatever Star Records Self-composed together with Bret Jackson
One Night Romance
Can't Dance
Living the Dream
2013 Alam Niya Ba James Reid Viva Records Debut Single
You Make My Body Move Self-composed song
Game Changer
Gone
Rock with You Originally Sung by Michael Jackson
Loving Arms Originally Sung by Elvis Presley
2014 No Erase Diary ng Panget: The Movie Soundtrack Official Themesong of the movie Diary ng Panget
with Nadine Lustre
Rockeeter
Natataranta Official Themesong of the movie Diary ng Panget
Bahala Na[86] Talk Back and You're Dead: Original Movie Soundtrack Official Themesong of the Movie Talk Back and You're Dead
with Nadine Lustre
A Warm Greeting: James and Nadine Shares Gift to Fans[87] N/A Christmas Single
with Nadine Lustre
2015 Huwag Ka Nang Humirit[88] Reid Alert Composed by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana
Hanap Hanap[24] Official Themesong of the Movie Para sa Hopeless Romantic
with Nadine Lustre
Composed by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Network
2010 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Housemate/Big Winner ABS-CBN
2010–2011 Shoutout! Host/Performer
2011 Maynila Presents: Loving Your Own Alvin GMA Network
Good Vibes Spencer Ziff ABS-CBN
2012 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Pintada Vito
2014 MTV Pinoy Celebrity Guest VJ
with Nadine Lustre
MTV Pinoy
Myx Celebrity Guest VJ
with Joseph Marco
Myx Channel
Wansapanataym Presents: My App #Boyfie Joe ABS-CBN
ASAP19 Himself/Host/Performer ABS-CBN
#JADINE Himself
with Nadine Lustre
Viva TV
2015 MTV Pinoy Celebrity Guest VJ MTV Pinoy
#JADINE Himself
with Nadine Lustre
Viva TV
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Stuffed Toy Marrion "Yong" Gopez ABS-CBN
On the Wings of Love Clark Jones

TV guestings

Year Title Role Network
2010 ASAP Guest Performer (with PBB: Teen Clash 2010 Big 6) ABS-CBN
The Buzz Guest (with PBB: Teen Clash 2010 Big 6)
Umagang Kay Ganda Guest Performer (with PBB: Teen Clash 2010 Big 6)
Wowowee Guest Performer / Player (with PBB: Teen Clash 2010 Big 6)
Banana Split Guest (with Devon Seron)
Showtime Guest Performer (with Devon Seron)
Eow Powhz Guest (with Devon Seron) Studio 23
Us Girls
2011 Entertainment Live ABS-CBN
ASAP Guest Performer (with Devon Seron)
It's Showtime
Gandang Gabi, Vice!
Banana Split Guest (with Shoutout! cast)
2014 Sunday All Stars Guest Performer GMA Network
The Ryzza Mae Show Guest (with Nadine Lustre)
Basta Every Day, Happy!
Gandang Gabi, Vice! ABS-CBN
It's Showtime
The Singing Bee Guest Player
Kris TV Guest
Umagang Kay Ganda Guest Performer
Marian GMA Network
Mornings @ ANC Guest ABS-CBN News Channel
Aquino & Abunda Tonight ABS-CBN
It's Showtime Guest Performer (with Nadine Lustre)
ASAP
Gandang Gabi, Vice! Guest
The Buzz
Kris TV
Pinoy Big Brother: All In Houseguest
The Singing Bee Guest Player
It's Showtime Guest Performer
Kapamilya, Magkapiling Tayo Ngayong Pasko
Kris TV Guest Co-host
2015 It's Showtime Guest Performer
ASAP
Kris TV Guest
ASAP Guest Performer
Kris TV Guest
It's Showtime Guest Performer
Cinema One News Guest Cinema One
ASAP Guest Performer (with Nadine Lustre) ABS-CBN
Gandang Gabi, Vice! Guest

Films

Year Title Role Film Production
2011 On Thin Ice Paul Ruiz Short Film
De La Salle University
2014 Diary ng Panget Cross Sandford Viva Films
Talk Back and You're Dead Timothy "Top" Odelle Pendleton Viva Films
Skylight Films
Relaks It's Just Pag-ibig[89] Special Participation Spring Films
Star Cinema
The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin Guest Viva Films
Star Cinema
2015 Para sa Hopeless Romantic Nicko Viva Films
Star Cinema
Never Talk Back To A Gangster Timothy "Top" Odelle Pendleton Viva Films
Skylight Films
Diary ng Panget 2 Cross Sandford Viva Films
Dear Alex, Break na Kami. Paano?! Love, Catherine TBA Star Cinema

Music video appearances

Year Song Title Artist Label Reference
2010 Don't Say You Love Me Krissy & Ericka Star Records [90]
2011 All I Need is Love Bret Jackson [91]
2014 Paligoy-ligoy Nadine Lustre Viva Records [92]
Para-paraan [93]
Mr. Antipatiko [94]
2015 Shine, Pilipinas! Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano Star Records [95]

Awards and nominations

Accolades
Year Award Giving Body Category Nominated Work Results
2010 2010 ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Tween Popsies Himself (with Ann Li) Won
2011 2011 ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Himself (with Devon Seron) Won
2014 62nd FAMAS Awards German Moreno Youth Achievement Award Himself Won
2014 ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Celebrity Cameo in a Music Video Para-paraan (by Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Pop Loveteam Diary ng Panget (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Pop Screen Kiss Nominated
Pop Male Cutie Himself Nominated
27th Awit Awards Best Performance by a New Male Recording Artist Alam Niya Ba Nominated
2014 Star Cinema Online Awards Newsmaker of the Year Himself Nominated
Favorite Loveteam Talk Back and You're Dead (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Favorite Star Cinema Theme Song of the Year Bahala Na (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Favorite Male Movie Star Talk Back and You're Dead Nominated
2014 Starmometer Awards Coverguy of the Year Men's Health November 2014 issue Nominated
Sexiest Man in the Philippines Himself Won
2015 2015 PMPC Star Awards for Movies New Movie Actor of the Year Diary ng Panget Nominated
Movie Original Theme Song of the Year No Erase (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Bahala Na (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Myx Music Award Favorite Song No Erase (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Favorite Media Soundtrack Won
Favorite Male Artist Himself Nominated
Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video Mr. Antipatiko (by Nadine Lustre) Nominated
Favorite Mellow Video Bahala Na (with Nadine Lustre) Nominated
2nd PEP List Choice Awards Breakout Star of the Year Diary ng Panget Pending
Best PEPtalk Episode PEPtalk Guesting (with Nadine Lustre) Pending
Male Movie Star of the Year Diary ng Panget and Talk Back and You're Dead Pending
Celebrity Pair of the Year Diary ng Panget and Talk Back and You're Dead (with Nadine Lustre) Pending

See also

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External links

Preceded by
Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up
Melai Cantiveros
(2009-2010)
Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Big Winner
(2010)
Succeeded by
Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited
Slater Young
(2011-2012)
Preceded by
Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus
Ejay Falcon
(2008)
Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Big Winner
(2010)
Succeeded by
Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4
Myrtle Sarrosa
(2012)