Corey Daniel Sevier (born July 3, 1984) is a Canadian actor. He is perhaps best known for his role on the Fox television series as Gabriel McKay or as Timmy Cabot on the television series North Shore from the late 1990s. Lassie
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Sevier was born in
Ajax, Ontario, the son of Lynda and Bruce Sevier. Sevier scored a modelling job at the age of six months, winning a baby beauty pageant. As a [1 ] child actor, he notably appeared on the television series Goosebumps A Night in Terror Tower, Cry Of The Cat, and in the theatrical release . As a teenager, he played the role of Timmy Cabot in the 1997-1999 remake of the Summer of the Monkeys TV series, and also the character Dan in the Lassie TV series in 1998 and 1999. He later starred in the Canadian series Little Men 2030 CE as Hart Greyson. He briefly starred in the failed WB series before landing his role on Black Sash North Shore. He starred in the movie and its sequel Decoys . He starred opposite Decoys 2: Alien Seduction Elizabeth Berkley in the made-for-television movie which premiered on Student Seduction Lifetime in 2003. He also starred in the 2006 film Surf School.
In addition, he played the role of
MegaMan Volnutt in the English version of the Mega Man Legends video game; in fact, he was the first male actor to voice an incarnation of Mega Man, excluding non-canon material.
Sevier guest starred on the show
for a two episode arc as "Hunter", an ex-convict out for revenge. In 2007 he appeared in an episode of Instant Star and in the film The Dresden Files . In 2008, he co-starred in The Secret , appeared in an episode of A Broken Life and played a character called Horace Briggs in 'Still Waters', an episode of Smallville Murdoch Mysteries. Corey played the part of Carter in Ryan Little's 2007 film . House of Fears
Sevier is currently part of the ensemble cast of
. A Cedar Cove Hallmark Channel original series based on the best selling books by Debbie Macomber.
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