Corey La Barrie Biography – Corey La Barrie Wiki
Corey La Barrie was a popular social media influencer and actor. He was widely known for his self-titled YouTube channel, which has more than 330,000 followers. He posts comedic and stylistic pictures to his Instagram account, which had over 190,000 followers.
Corey La Barrie Age
He was 25 years old.
Corey La Barrie Family
He has a younger brother Jarrad and an older sister called Jessica.
Corey La Barrie Education
He attended ‘San Clemente High School’ in California, where he was playing tennis. He became one of the important players for the ‘Tritons’ and went on to become a two-time division champion. He then moved to ‘Saddleback High School,’ where he graduated later.
Corey La Barrie Career
Corey created a YouTube channel and started posting his videos. He then collaborated with other popular YouTube stars like Bobby Mares, Kian Lawley, JR Munoz, and others. These collaborations increased the number of views on his YouTube channel, which, in turn, increased his popularity.
Some of his most viewed videos are ‘Finish the Lyric W/ My Roommates,’ ‘Try Not to Sing Greatest Showman Challenge W/ Kian Lawley & Bobby Mares,’ ‘Roommates Confess Their Secrets,’ ‘Americans Guessing Australian Slang Ft Bobby Mares & JRMun0z,’ and ‘David Dobrik Tesla Prank.’
Corey La Barrie Death
According to TMZ, Corey died in a car crash on his birthday while driving around with Ink Master star Daniel Silva on Sunday night.
Police said that the two guys were driving around in a McLaren sports vehicle and “somehow crashed into a street sign and tree. The passenger took the brunt of the hit.” They were transported to a hospital in Los Angeles. While Silva was treated for a broken hip, La Barrie succumbed to his injuries.
The news of his death came as a devastating shock to his friends and followers. Most of his followers were still wishing him “Happy Birthday” on Twitter before learning about his death. Tributes to Corey were posted on Social Media.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … first-responders were called out to the scene of an accident in L.A. Sunday night — where two men in a McLaren sports car somehow crashed into a street sign and tree while out for a drive. The passenger took the brunt of the hit.