Cory Singer is an accomplished singer-songwriter/musician and theater performer. He began his career in 2005 in musical theater and through 2013, he celebrated many achievements as an actor in musicals and Broadway.
As a musician, Cory Singer has performed in arenas before thousands nationwide. He starred on Bravo’s singing competition show "The Kandi Factory," winning the grand prize: a song penned by Grammy-winning artist Kandi Burruss entitled “I Can Do Anything.” Cory is an exceptional songwriter in his own right. His original songs are in very high demand. Country supergroup The Highway Women (now ElectraQueens) recorded his song "The Devil" in 2018.
In 2020, during the pandemic, Cory Singer took to TikTok and decided to share his journey with autism. He has since become an influencer and an advocate for children, families and adults who are on the spectrum. He has used his platform (408k followers and 13.8m likes) to promote positivity by inspiring others with his unique brand of levity, coining the phrase '"Let’s Normalize Autism." Additionally, he is a part of the board of directors for the I Am Able Foundation and is an ambassador for Sound Mind Network.