James Reid, a Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter, actor, dancer, model, record producer, and record label executive, was born on May 11, 1993. After winning Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010, he began his professional acting career in the early 2010s. He rose to stardom after starring in the film Diary ng Panget (2014). Since then, Reid has been in films such as Talk Back and You’re Dead (2014), Para sa Hopeless Romantic (2015), This Time (2016), and Never Not Love You in the Philippines (2018). In addition, he appeared in the Philippine television series Good Vibes (2011), On the Wings of Love (2015–16), and Till I Met You (2016–17).

Reid has released one studio album, Palm Dreams (2017), which was his first self-produced album under his own record label, Careless; and three extended plays, We Are Whatever (2011) with Bret Jackson, James Reid (2013), and Reid Alert (2015). (2015).

James Reid Parents

 Malcolm Reid and Maria Aprilyn Marquinez are James Reid Parents.

Reid was born Robert James Reid on May 11, 1993, in Sydney, Australia, to an Australian father and a Filipino mother. From his father’s side, he has four half-brothers and two half-sisters (including model Lauren Reid), and one half-sister from his mother’s side. Reid’s parents divorced when he was two years old, and he spent the next fifteen years of his life in Australia.

Reid moved to the Philippines with his father owing to financial difficulties. Reid has previously remarked that adjusting to his new life in the Philippines was tough, particularly owing to the varied academic and social skills necessary, as well as linguistic barriers. He used to be a gymnast and a swimmer in Australia. His father enrolled him in Karabar High School Distance Education Centre, an Australian distance-learning facility located in Karabar, New South Wales, Australia, instead of Makati Science High School.

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