Corey Reynolds was born and raised in Richmond, Va., beginning his professional career at age 16 performing around his hometown.
He went on to perform in the national and international tours of the Broadway musicals Smokey Joe’s Café and Saturday Night Fever, as well as regional performances of Parade and Avenue X. His feature-film debut was in the movie The Terminal, with Tom Hanks, after which he played a supporting role in Partners, with Julie Bowen. Reynolds soon made his Broadway debut in the Tony-winning musical Hairspray, a performance that garnered him nominations for the Outer Circle Critics Award, the Drama Desk Award and the Tony Award.
Reynolds’ television appearances include guest-starring roles on Without a Trace and Eve and a recurring role on The Guardian.