James Reid (actor)

Robert James Marquinez Reid (born 11 May 1993) is a Filipino-Australian singer-songwriter, actor, dancer, model, record producer and record label executive. He began his professional acting career in the early 2010s after being named as Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010. He came into prominence for his leading role in the film Diary ng Panget (2014). Reid has since starred in Philippines movies, such as Talk Back and You're Dead (2014), Para sa Hopeless Romantic (2015), This Time (2016) and Never Not Love You (2018). He also starred in the Philippine TV series Good Vibes (2011), On the Wings of Love (2015–16), and Till I Met You (2016–17).

James Reid
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Reid in 2015
Born (1993-05-11) 11 May 1993 (age 29)
  • Actor
  • singer
  • songwriter
  • dancer
  • model
  • endorser
  • producer
Years active2010–present
AgentStar Magic
Viva Artists Agency
Partner(s)Nadine Lustre (2016–2020)
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
Years active2011–present

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, the self-titled album James Reid (2013) and the gold record Reid Alert (2015).[1]

Early lifeEdit

Reid was born as Robert James Reid in Sydney, Australia, on 11 May 1993 to an Australian father and a Filipino mother.[2][3] He has four half-brothers and two half-sisters from his father's side (including model Lauren Reid), and one half-sister from his mother's side. His parents separated when he was two years old, and Reid lived in Australia until he was fifteen. With his father, Reid moved to the Philippines due to financial issues. Reid has stated before that he found it difficult to adjust to his new life in the Philippines, especially due to the different academic and social skills required, as well as language difficulties.[3] Back in Australia, he was a gymnast and swimmer.[4] He was enrolled in Makati Science High School, but his father enrolled him in Karabar High School Distance Education Centre, an Australian distance-learning center located in Karabar, New South Wales, Australia.[3]


2010: Pinoy Big BrotherEdit

Reid was only 17 years old when he entered the Pinoy Big Brother house as one of the 10 "Teenternational" housemates on 30 April 2010 (Day 22).[5][6] He celebrated his 17th birthday inside the house with his co-teenternational housemates giving him a surprise pool party. Reid was the only teenternational housemate who had Filipino blood. Reid was almost evicted twice during his stay inside the house. The first one occurred on 21 May 2010 (Day 43) when Reid was brought to the hospital due to chest pains, discoloration, and shortness of breath while the second one happened on 1 June 2010 (Day 53), when he was again brought to the hospital for the same health issues but this time together with fellow housemate Angelo Pasco. At first, the doctors diagnosed Reid with costochondritis (muscle pains in the rib/chest area), but during his second visit at the hospital, the doctors found a hole in one of his lungs that is causing him difficulties in his breathing. After the complications, Reid was able to return to the Big Brother House, with conditions of having to rest frequently as well as wearing an oxygen tube for 1 week 24/7. One 8 June 2010 (Day 60), Reid was notified by the producers of Big Brother that he was no longer required to use the oxygen tube, he was only required to use it when he is sleeping.[7]

On 26 June 2010 (Day 78), he was crowned as the Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Big Winner after receiving 179, 294 (19.75%) of the total votes just 1.05% ahead of the total votes received by the 2nd Teen Big Placer, Ryan Bang who got 169, 697 (18.70%) of the total votes, these mark as the closest race ever to become the Big Winner in the history of Pinoy Big Brother. As the Big Winner, Reid won P1,000,000 (plus the same amount to his chosen charity) from Jack n' Jill, a laptop computer from Sony Vaio, a 42-inch flat screen TV from Sony Bravia, an Asian tour package for two care of Von Dutch, P1,500,000 worth of bottled purified water business from Crystal Clear, and a condominium unit worth P3,000,000 courtesy of Globe Asiatique.[8][9][10]

2011—2013: Career beginnings, solo musical careerEdit

On 24 July 2011, Reid, together with Bret Jackson, launched their first digital EP entitled We Are Whatever[11][12] on ASAP Rocks. Reid and Jackson featured four original songs including "Can't dance" featuring their co-housemates Ann Li and Fretzie Bercede.[13]

Right after winning PBB, Reid was paired with his co-housemate Devon Seron in some ABS-CBN shows like Shoutout![14][15][16][17] and Good Vibes. He was offered a 2-year Star Magic contract with ABS-CBN.[18][19][20][21][22][23][24] He was also paired with Yen Santos in Pintada.[25][26]

In 2012, Reid left Star Magic and signed with Viva Artists Agency. A year later, he launched his first solo release, a self-titled EP, with two covers and four original songs, two of which composed by Reid himself.[27][28]

2014: Diary ng Panget and breakthrough successEdit

In 2014, he starred in his launching movie Diary ng Panget together with Nadine Lustre, Yassi Pressman and Andre Paras.[29][30][31] The movie was released on 2 April 2014 and became a box-office hit earning at least 119.5 million pesos during its 5-week run.[32][33][34][35] He also lent his voice to the official soundtrack of the film.[36]

On 2 June 2014, it was confirmed that he and Lustre would star in another film titled Talk Back and You're Dead together with Yassi Pressman and Joseph Marco. The film is also based on the best-selling book of the same name by Alesana Marie.[37] The movie was released two months later, on 20 August 2014, co-produced by Viva Films and Skylight Films. During its 4-week run the movie has grossed 79.8 million pesos according to Box Office Mojo.[38] Just like in his previous film, he also lent his voice to the official soundtrack of the film.[39]

On 22 October 2014, it was announced that he and Lustre will do another movie entitled Para sa Hopeless Romantic together with Julia Barretto, Iñigo Pascual, AJ Muhlach and Shy Carlos. The movie is based on a book written by Marcelo Santos III and will be under Viva Films and Skylight Films.[40][41][42] The film was released on 13 May 2015. His performance garnered him a nomination for Outstanding Achievement By An Actor In a Leading Role.[43]

On 26 August 2014, Reid signed a two-year contract with ABS-CBN that marked his exclusivity to the network again after two years of freelancing and becoming a talent of Viva Artists Agency, as ABS-CBN gave him popularity.[44][45] As part of the contract, Reid and his onscreen partner Nadine Lustre starred in their first TV series together as a loveteam entitled Wansapanataym Presents: My App #Boyfie which was also based on Wattpad story.[46][47][48][49][50]

2015—2016: Reid Alert, On The Wings of Love, This Time, and Till I Met YouEdit

On 2 January 2015, Reid revealed that he will be releasing his second solo album within the year.[51] It was reported that the album will include songs in collaboration with Canadian music producer Adam Hurstfield who has written and/or produced for artists such as Ashley Tisdale, Ne-Yo, Aly Michalka, Loverboy, Elise Estrada and many more.[52] On 10 January, Reid's new music video for the song "Huwag Ka Nang Humirit", composed by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana, premiered on Viva's YouTube channel. After its release, the music video began trending on social media and went viral in less than a week.[53][54]

On 21 January 2015, the music video for the song entitled "Hanap Hanap" premiered in MTV Pinoy. The song is his fourth collaboration with Nadine Lustre after "No Erase", "Rocketeer" and "Bahala Na".[55] It was also used as the theme song for his then upcoming movies with Lustre such as Diary Ng Panget, Talk Back You're Dead, and Para sa Hopeless Romantic.[56]

Reid's third EP Reid Alert was released on Valentine's Day of 2015 by Viva Records. It debuted at #2 in Philippine iTunes pop music album charts behind Taylor Swift's 1989. On 28 January 2016, he released "Randomantic", as the third single from Reid Alert.[57]

On 20 February 2016, Reid and his on-screen partner, Nadine Lustre, had their first major concert titled "JaDine In Love" at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.[58] Due to the clamor of JaDine fans overseas, Reid and Lustre embarked on the "JaDine Love World Tour" presented by TFC in March. They visited Doha, Dubai, London and Milan.[59]

Reid in Winnipeg, 23 May 2016.

In June 2016, it was announced that Reid and Lustre will be making their small screen comeback through the series, Till I Met You, with JC Santos, Angel Aquino, Carmina Villaroel, and Zoren Legaspi.[60]

2017—present: Careless Records and focus on music careerEdit

In March 2017, it was confirmed that Reid's first studio album is entitled Palm Dreams. Reid stated that he wrote all the tracks in the album alongside rapper and music producer, Paulo Tiongson.[61] On 16 June 2017, Reid released "Cool Down" as the album's lead single.[62] The album was released on 8 July 2017 and marked the foundation of Reid's own independent record label, Careless.[63] Palm Dreams spawned two more singles; "Turning Up" and "The Life".

In March 2018, Reid and Lustre made their big screen comeback with the Antoinette Jadaone film Never Not Love You. His performance in the film garnered him his second nomination for Outstanding Achievement By An Actor In a Leading Role at the 67th FAMAS Awards.[64]

In August 2018, James starred in a remake of the Korean film Miss Granny with Sarah Geromino in the title role. Reid was also set to star in the new Pedro Penduko adaptation of Viva Films, which was based on the re-imagined version written by Regene Estolatan under Epik Studios.[65] Reid, however, decided to withdraw from the project after sustaining a spinal injury during training.[66] In 2019, Reid decided to leave Viva Artists Agency, with his father Robert Malcolm Reid taking over as his manager.[67] Transitioning to an independent artist, Reid said he would take a break from acting to focus on his music career and working on Careless.[68]

In 2020, Reid was slated to perform at the Overpass Music Festival which was to be held at Oak Canyon Park in Orange County.[69] However, the festival was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[70] In August, it was announced that the Overpass Music Festival was going to be held as a virtual concert. On May 30, Reid participated in Our Identity: ProjectBlue Marble, an online musical event which also served as a global fundraising effort in the fight against COVID-19 and to combat xenophobia affecting Asian communities.[71] In October 2020, Reid signed with Far East Movement's Transparent Arts label, which is based on Los Angeles.[72]

Personal lifeEdit

Reid announced in February 2016 that he and his on-screen partner, Nadine Lustre, were in a relationship. On January 20, 2020, after nearly four years of a relationship, the couple announced their split.[73][74][75]


Reid is an avid listener of R&B music, he cites Chris Brown as an early influence for him.[27] After his stint in the Pinoy Big Brother house, Reid signed with Star Magic and would often perform in mall shows. He would sing pop rock and alternative pop songs. He has mentioned that he likes to listen to Maroon 5 and The Script and often sang their songs in his live performances.[27]

Reid also cited Sam Concepcion and Gary Valenciano as some of his local musical inspirations. Discussing Concepcion, Reid has said, "Watched him live, he blows my mind away. I’m so jealous. Not even sure if I idolize him, I’m just jealous."[76] He has also mentioned being influenced by Thyro Alfaro, Yumi Lacsamana, who wrote most of Reid's tracks from his LP and EP releases under Viva Records. Discussing Alfaro and Lacsamana, Reid has said, "for me they are the king and queen of Filipino, of OPM music."[77] He also considers Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake as his "idols".[77] Reid has also expressed his love for Mario's Turning Point album, saying "I learned to sing because of Chris brown but I learned to love R&B because of THIS album"[78]

Aside from R&B and EDM, Reid has also said that he enjoys listening to indie rock and future bass. He has mentioned Australian band Last Dinosaurs and St. Lucia as some of his favorites. Reid is also a fan of OPM indie band Oh, Flamingo.[79]



Year Title Role Notes
2011 On Thin Ice Paul Ruiz Short Film
(De La Salle University)
2014 Diary ng Panget Cross Sandford Lead Role
Talk Back and You're Dead Timothy "Top" Odelle Pendleton Lead Role
Relaks, It's Just Pag-Ibig Josh's classmate Cameo
The Amazing Praybeyt Benjamin Himself Cameo role
2015 Para sa Hopeless Romantic Nikko John Borja Main Role
Beauty and the Bestie Tristan Adams Main Role
2016 This Time Coby Martinez Lead Role
2018 Never Not Love You Gio Smith Lead Role
Miss Granny Jeboy "Jebs" Malabaño Main Role
Year Title Role Notes Network
2011 Maynila Alvin Anthology, Episode: Loving Your Own GMA Network
Good Vibes Spencer Ziff ABS-CBN
2012 Pintada Vito
2014 Wansapanataym Joe Anthology, Episode: My App #Boyfie
2015 Maalaala Mo Kaya Marrion "Yong" Gopez Anthology, Episode: Stuffed Toy
2015–2016 On the Wings of Love Clark Medina Lead role with Nadine Lustre
2016–2017 Till I Met You Sebastian "Basti" Valderama
Year Title Role Notes Network
2010 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 Housemate / Big Winner ABS-CBN
Shoutout! Host / Performer
ASAP Occasional
2014–2020 #JaDine Himself Viva TV
2017 It's Showtime Host Occasional ABS-CBN
2019 Idol Philippines Judge

Awards and nominationsEdit

See alsoEdit


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