Corbin Bleu (Reivers) was born on February 21, 1989 in Brooklyn, New York. Following in the footsteps of his father, David Reivers who is also an actor, Corbin began his career at the age of two by appearing in televsion commercials such as Life Cereal, Bounty, Hasbro, and Nasbisco. Not long after that, Corbin discovered a passion for dancing and began taking jazz and ballet classes. By the age of four, he was a model with the Ford Modeling Agency in New York and appeared in print ads for stores like Macy's, Gap, Target, and Toys R Us. But Corbin didn't stop there. At the age of six, Corbin appeared in his first professional theater production off Broadway playing an abandon homeless mute in the play "Tiny Tim is Dead".
In 1996, Corbin and his family moved to Los Angeles where he quickly landed a recurring role on the television series "High Incident". He continued to land small roles in films such as "Mystery Man" featuring Ben Stiller, "Soldier" with Kurt Russell, "Galaxy Quest" with Tim Allen, "ER", "Malcom & Eddie", "Cover Me", and "The Amanda Show". While in his freshman year of high school, Corbin received his first lead role as Austin in the film “Catch That Kid”. Corbin also continued dancing, eventually becoming one of the first students at the prestigious Debbie Allen Dance Academy. He then attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts as a theater major, this time following in his mother's footsteps who attended New York City's famed High School of Performing Arts.
Back in high school, Corbin played the lead role of Ren in the musical "Footloose" and role of "Sonny" in the musical "Grease". In the summer of 2004, Corbin won the role of Nathan on the Discovery Kids television show "Flight 29 Down" which is filmed in Hawaii. During the summer of 2005, Corbin was cast as Chad in the Disney Channel Movie "High School Musical". Early in January 2007, Corbin's new movie "Jump In" premiered also starring Keke Palmer. Right now, Corbin is keeping busy with his musical career and filming a "Flight 29 Down" movie as well as the sequel to "High School Musical".
A-is for Amanda Bynes, In 1999 Corbin appeared on Nickelodeon's The Amanda Show.
B-is for "Ballet Boy,", the nickname Miley Cyrus gave him when he guest starred on Hannah Montana!
C-is for Cake Batter ice cream from Coldstone Creamery, it's Corbin's favorite!
D-is for Dora the Explorer, Corbin loves watching it with his little sis, Jag.
E-is for Eclipse, Corbins' gum of choice.
F-is fo french fries with barbecue sauce, Corbin's favorite snack.
G-is for Gold and black, Corbin's favorite colors.
H-is for Hunter, Corbin's younger sister.
I-is for isodore Daniel's, Corbin's full name in Jump In!
J-is for Johnny Depp, Corbin's favorite actor.
K-is for jump In! costar, Keke Palmer. "He did such an amazing job," she says.
L-is for leopard print, the theme of Corbin's bedroom.
M-is for math. He used to struggle with it, but now it's his favorite subject!
N-is for Ned's Declassifaced School Survival Guide, Corbin played Spencer in three episodes of the Nick Show!
O-is for Outback Steakhouse, Corbin loves the ribs they serve there!
P-is for the Porsche Spyder, It's Corbin's dream car!
Q-is for quirky, Corbin admits that he's obsessed with organizing. "Not only are the books put away and the CD's all lined up, but they're all in alphabetical order and everything is perfectly straightened," he smiles.
R-is for Ricotta Balls, His mom's specialty! "It's ricotta cheese fried in dough, covered in cinnamon sugar," he says. "Theyre so addictive, it's scary!"
S-is for sunset. After findinf otu that a girl he liked had never seen one before, he took her to the beach to watch her first sunset.
T-is for Twix, Corbin's favorite Candy!
U-is for Usher, an artist Corbin really admires.
V-is for the Uve, Corbin drives a Saturn Vue in black.
W-is for water because Corbin lvoes to swim. "I swear I am a fish," he says.
X-marks the spot! Corbin was born in Brooklyn,New York.
Y-is for yikes! Once, a fan cut her foot after racing up a mall escalater to see Corbin.
Z-is for Zac Efron, Corbin helped Zac learn his dance steps, during the filming of High School Musical.
-- Corbin is half Jamaican (from his father) and half Italian (from his mother.)
-- His favorite actresses are Jennifer Garner and Angelina Jolie.
-- Corbin’s favorite song on his CD is "Mixed Up". He states that it describes him and his life.
-- Corbin originally went for the role of “Ryan” (Lucas Grabeel). But he couldn’t "shake his hips" well enough to play the part.
-- Has appeared in two of the three highest rated Disney Channel Original Movies ever: High School Musical and Jump In!
-- His favorite candy bar is Twix.
-- Corbin's music video, "Deal With It" was shot in "Fleet Auto" in Las Vagas.
-- Corbin is very good at playing cards (And has beatin' his co-star Zac Efron at a couple of poker games!)
-- Corbin has a main routine for washing his hair and uses all Dove hair products!
-- It has taken Corbin five months to record is solo cd
"We've been having a lot of fun, and it's always great to be back with these guys! I'm a very social person and all of us got close on set!" -- On the High School Musical cast & tour
"I'm a very outgoing person. I'm always happy, I'm one of those people who are always smiling. If somebody described me to somebody else, they'd say the kid with the curly hair with the big smile on his face. I get along with everybody."
"I mean, to see somebody else when they put so much work into whatever they do... that inspires me. My dad, he does that very much so. An actor that I really look up to is Johnny Depp. The amount of work that he puts into his stuff, he is such an amazing actor I think!"
"You name a show business faux pas and it has happened to me - from pants with the zipper down on the red carpet to having hair that looked like I put my finger in a light socket. It's kinda like that naturally so when it gets freaky looking, it gets really freaky!"
"But I'm kind of sports-challenged. Give me a ball and I don't know what to do with the thing!" -- SN Online Interview
"You just have to time it. If you keep second –guessing yourself, you’re going to end up with a nice mark on your forehead!” –- Popstar Magazine
"After having a great day filming and hanging out at dinner, the cast came into the hotel pretty late. We were all still very excited from the day, so to get out the rest of our energy, we performed the dance finale in the middle of the hotel lobby.” –- Starry Constellation Magazine
"I definitely have to say that the boxing was more challenging because the double Dutch is kind of similar to dancing and I’ve been dancing my whole life. I started when I was about 2. Double Dutch involves a rhythm, the ropes hitting back and forth. So as long as you can hear the ropes and you follow the rhythm, it comes pretty easy, sort of like dance moves." Lyrics
1. Deal With It
3. Roll With You
4. She Could Be
5. I Get Lonely
6. We Come To Party
7. Mixed Up
8. Still There For Me
10. Never Met A Girl Like You
12. Push It To The Limit
Disc 2 DVD
1. Push it to the limit Music video
2. Marchin' Live
3. Push It to the limit Live
4. Another Side of Corbin Bleu featurette