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Cory Monteith Bio

You probably know him as Finn Hudson, McKinley High School’s star quarterback on the hit TV show Glee, but actor Cory Monteith guest-starred his way to Hollywood stardom starting in 2004 and sadly ending with his death in 2013.

Cory Monteith Filmography

Cory made his television debut on Stargate Atlantis back in 2004. After that, he appeared on many TV shows, such as Supernatural, Whistler and Smallville. He made appearances in films such as Killer Bash, Final Destination 3, Deck the Halls and White Noise (just to name a few).

Cory Monteith Biography

He may have played a high school football player with a voice that had girls swooning, but Cory Monteith was actually old enough to attend his 10-year high school reunion while he was on Glee! The 28-year-old was born May 11, 1982, in Calgary, Alberta, and raised in Victoria, BC. Before he weaved his path to stardom, Cory had a few, shall we say, less than glamorous jobs. He worked as a roofer, a cab driver, a school bus driver and (the ultimate boring job) a Wal-Mart people greeter.

Cory passed away July 13th, 2013.

Cory Monteith Fun Facts

Here are some fun facts about Cory Monteith:

  • Height: 6”3
  • Middle Name: Allan
  • Favorite Sports: Hockey and Basketball
  • Hobbies: Skimboarding, Surfing and Traveling
  • Instrument: Drums
  • [kwlink23117]Zodiac[/kwlink] Sign: Taurus
  • Video Games: Guitar Hero II
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