Corbin Bleu

Corbin Bleu

Highest Rated: 89% Galaxy Quest (1999)

Lowest Rated: 13% Catch That Kid (2004)

Birthday: Feb 21, 1989

Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

As the son of ever-present television star David Reivers (Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Corbin Bleu (born Corbin Bleu Reivers on February 21st, 1989) was ushered into the spotlight by his parents at a remarkably early age. Before his third birthday, Bleu's face had adorned television commercials for such consumer brands as Nabisco, Life Cereal, and Bounty paper towels; by the age of four, he had secured representation with the prestigious Ford Modeling Agency in Manhattan, and promoted American chains such as Toys 'R' Us and Macy's, via inclusion in their print ads. As a youngster, Bleu also happened upon a deep-seated love of dancing -- a passion that carried him through his adolescent years. Bleu moved with his family to Los Angeles in 1996, and thus transposed his acting ambitions to Hollywood. After bit parts in such movies as Mystery Men and Galaxy Quest (both 1999) and such series as Malcolm & Eddie and ER, Bleu landed his first starring role in a feature: that of Austin, the Afroed accomplice of pint-sized bank robber Maddy (Kristen Stewart), in Bart Freundlich's family-oriented action comedy Catch That Kid (2003). Bleu gained his broadest exposure, however (and truly found his niche), via the Disney Channel pay-cable service, with several original telemovie musicals that enabled the rising young star to exhibit his singing and dancing skills onscreen -- and then some. These included High School Musical (2006) and Jump In! (2007). The former attained such popularity among young people that it spawned two successful sequels: the 2007 High School Musical 2 and the 2008 Haunted High School Musical. In each of those successive installments, Bleu reprises his role as basketball player Chad -- a teammate of lead character Troy Bolton (Zac Efron).In 2008, Bleu starred as a motorcross racer for the sports drama Free Style, and took on a voice role in 2011's The Little Engine that Could. Bleu appeared in 2012's Nurse 3D, and continues to be active in film and television. He booked a recurring gig on One Life to Live in 2013 and appeared on season 17 Dancing with the Stars, coming in second place. Bleu maintained a strong presence on TV with guest gigs on shows like Castle and The Fosters.


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Witches in the Woods Actor 2019
No Score Yet To Write Love on Her Arms Mackey 2015
61% Nurse Steve 2014
No Score Yet Sugar Sketch 2013
No Score Yet The Monkey's Paw Catfish 2013
No Score Yet Scary or Die Emmett 2012
No Score Yet The Little Engine That Could Actor 2011
33% Free Style Cale Bryant $98.3K 2009
No Score Yet Secret of the Magic Gourd Actor 2009
64% High School Musical 3: Senior Year Chad Danforth $90.6M 2008
82% High School Musical 2 Chad Danforth 2007
No Score Yet High School Musical: The Concert Actor 2007
63% Jump In! Izzy Daniels 2007
No Score Yet Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango (Flight 29 Down: The Movie) Actor 2007
No Score Yet Baohulu de mimi (The Secret of the Magic Gourd) The Magic Gourd 2007
63% High School Musical Chad 2006
13% Catch That Kid Austin $16.6M 2004
89% Galaxy Quest Tommy Webber/Laredo (age 9) 1999
60% Mystery Men Butch 1999


No Score Yet Great Performances
No Score Yet Dancing With the Stars
Performer Reality cast member Appearing 2017
80% Castle
Hunter 2016
No Score Yet Say Yes to the Dress
Appearing 2016
72% Drop Dead Diva
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Guest 2013
No Score Yet Blue Bloods
Off. Blake 2012
No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show
Guest 2012
94% The Good Wife
Javier Berlin 2010
No Score Yet Phineas and Ferb
Voice 2009
25% The Beautiful Life
Isaac 2009
No Score Yet Hannah Montana
Johnny Collins Guest 2008
No Score Yet Flight 29 Down
Nathan 2007
No Score Yet ER
Little Boy 1996


Chad Danforth says: So I guess when they hand us that diploma, we're actually done here.

Troy Bolton says: What makes you think we're getting diplomas?