If you ever watched the iconic Disney classic High School Musical and thought that Zac Efron 's singing voice didn't match his speaking voice, then you'd be right. Actor and singer Drew Seeley's voice was mixed with Zac's singing voice in the first film though Zac proved his singing chops in the subsequent movies by singing alone and he also starred alongside Selena Gomez in in Another Cinderella Story. Drew was a staple for Disney — he sang a ton of songs for the Radio Disney Jams and Disneymania albums too. He's also had some recent changes in his personal life too. Drew still recorded several songs for various Disney albums. By , news broke that Drew was going to star in the reboot, but he eventually had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Drew set his sights on a mainstream singing career and he released an album in entitled, The Resolution. He then went on to star in several made-for-TV-movies and perform songs that were featured in them.
What happened to Drew Seeley? He's still acting — but mainly in TV movies.
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Drew just welcomed his first child with wife Amy Paffrath.
He has recorded many songs for the Walt Disney Company. He danced as a child in Ontario until he was about preteen age and then moved to Florida. The couple has one child, who was born in Seeley grew up in Toronto and fell in love with performing. He was once part of a boy band called Nu Ground. He was cast in Hal Prince's revival of Showboat and stayed with the production for a year. Seeley appeared in the Hallmark Channel Movie Claire opposite Valerie Bertinelli , and in the film Fly Kidz , for which he co-wrote and produced the soundtrack.
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