Reginald Arvizu - biography

Musical Artist from United States of America

Reginald Arvizu Reginald Quincy "Fieldy" Arvizu (born November 2, 1969 in Los Angeles County, California) is the bassist for the nu metal band Korn, and guitarist for the hard rock band StillWell. Prior to Arvizu's time in Korn, he and Brian Welch, who would later become one of Korn's two guitarists (alongside James Shaffer), had played together in a number of bands, having become friends while still at school. Upon their graduation from high school, Arvizu, Welch, Shaffer, and drummer David Silveria relocated from Bakersfield to Los Angeles and Arvizu, Shaffer, and Silveria formed L.A.P.D (the name first stood for "Love and Peace, Dude", but this abbreviation was later changed to "Laughing As People Die"). Although L.A.P.D. did succeed in signing a record deal, their success was limited until the band hired singer Jonathan Davis and changed their name to Korn. The name "Fieldy" is said to have come about as an inside joke. Originally, his band mates called him "Gopher", due to his large cheeks. Gopher quickly became "Gar", Gar became "Garfield" (based on the comic strip character of the same name), and eventually "Gar" was dropped and a "y" was added to "Field", which became Fieldy. His full  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Reginald Quincy Arvizu,Fieldy Arvizu,Fieldy
Date of birth
1969-11-02
Place of birth
Los Angeles County
Nationality
United States of America
Spouse(s)
Shela Arvizu Deena Beber
Children
Serena Rae Olivia
Profession
Actor

Performances

Year Performance Character
2008 Behind the Player: Fieldy
2006 Korn: Live on the Other Side

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