Dream Street’s Chris Trousdale Dies At 34 From COVID-19 Complications

Trousdale was a part of the early 2000's boy band Dream Street

June 3, 2020

Chris Trousdale from the boy band Dream Street has died at the age of 34 due to complications from COVID-19.

According to TMZ, Trousdale passed away Tuesday night at a hospital in Burbank, CA.

Dream Street was a short-lived pop band formed in 1999 by producers Louis Baldonieri and Brian Lukow. The band was composed of Trousdale, Jesse McCartney, Greg Raposo, Matt Ballinger, and Frankie Galasso. Several of the group members were scouted from the New York City Broadway and acting scene, including Trousdale.

The group disbanded in 2002 following a legal dispute between parents of the band members and the band’s members.

Their best known hit is the single “It Happens Every Time,” which peaked at #48 on the charts.

Following his time in Dream Street, Trousdale started on a solo career before taking a break to be with his family. In 2010, he came back to the public eye appearing on the Disney sitcom Shake It Up as a parody of Justin Bieber.

He also appeared in shows such as Days of Our Lives, Austin & Ally, and Lucifer. Trousdale also auditioned for The Voice in 2012, but didn’t make it past the blind audition round.

Trousdale began his career on Broadway when he was just eight years old touring with the production of Les Misérables. He spent several years on Broadway prior to joining Dream Street performing in several popular plays such as Beauty and the Beast, The Wizard of Oz, and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

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