Corey John Snide has been dancing his entire life. He started training in Albany, NY competing in all styles both nationally and internationally where he took home two gold medals for Team USA.
His professional career began at 13 portraying the role of Billy Elliot in the West End and Australian Productions of Billy Elliot the Musical. Upon his return, he starred in Jason Robert Brown’s 13 the Musical.
His TV credits including being a guest star/dancer in many shows including Amateur Night at the Apollo (10 years old), One Life to Live, and the tele-film of Dirty Dancing. He played along side Tatum O’neil as her son in a film called Sweet Lorraine.
Having worked enough as child, he then decided to pursue his degree and graduated with a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School in 2015. Since then, he has appeared in the ensemble of the Paper Mill Playhouse production of The Bandstand and the Broadway Revival of Cats.