Corey Carrier (born August 20, 1980 in Middleborough, Massachusetts in the United States), made a career as a child actor. He is also known as just "Core". His parents are Thomas and Carleen and he has a younger sister named Bethany. He has appeared in many movies and TV series, including The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
He attended an acting school at The Priscilla Beach Children's Theatre Workshop. His hobbies are baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, fencing, guitar, ice skating and basketball.
Carrier appeared in the following episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles:
- "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal" (1992)
- "British East Africa, September 1909" (1992)
- "Paris, September 1908" (1993)
- "Peking, March 1910" (1993)
- "Benares, January 1910" (1993)
- "Florence, May 1908" (1993)
- "Vienna, November 1908" (1993)
In 1994, Carrier reprised his role in Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father, in which co-star Sean Patrick Flanery recalled earlier adventures with the Indiana Jones character's father. The movie was aired on The Family Channel in 1996, and later re-edited as Travels with Father, for which Flanery's bookends were dropped.
In 1996, Carrier again reprised the role for The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, which was a re-edited version of the original series. In addition to appearing in the "Tangiers, 1908" segment of My First Adventure, Carrier recorded a voicover which replaced George Hall's original opening narration. Additionally, Carrier was involved in new "bridging" footage, which linked several episodes together for the new edits. He recorded the footage for the following:
- The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996) - Lampwick
- Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father (1996) - Indiana Jones, age 10
- Nixon (1995) - Richard Nixon, age 12
- Bushwhacked (1995) - Ralph
- Shock Treatment (1995) - Jake Grant
- Savage Land (1994) - Luke Morgan
- Treasure Island: The Adventure Begins (1994) - Robbie Wallace
- The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992) - Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr., age 10
- Bump in the Night (1991) - Jonathan Tierney
- After Dark, My Sweet (1990) - Jack
- My Blue Heaven (1990) - Tommie
- Crazy People (1990) - (uncredited)
- Men Don't Leave (1990) - Winston Buckley
- The Witches of Eastwick (1987) - Lenox School Band (cymbals)
- When the Time Comes (1987) - Jess
Corey has also made a guest appearance (as Mickey Robertson) in The Equalizer (episode: "Christmas Presence") on December 16, 1987. This was a touching moment to the audience as this was the first time a child actor had played an AIDS victim on television.