A senior acting major from Wyckoff, New Jersey. He is also a musician, songwriter and occasional comedian.
Trevor Jones grew up in the ‘burbs’ of Wyckoff, New Jersey. Trevor is about never taking sides, but bringing people together, making everyone laugh, but never slandering others, always making peace and bringing happiness to all. He is a humble yogi who is fun and outgoing; who when asked, ‘What is the meaning of life?’ will smile and give you a hug. He has always had a love and appreciation for theatre and all fine arts, but theatre gave Trevor the opportunity to explore humanity at its funniest and it’s most dramatic.
While in his second year of high school his love for improv led him to join an improvisation group called Reflections; which performed and lectured with audiences of underprivileged families, juveniles or those suffering from debilitating conditions. This work exposed Trevor to a new love for social work and social theatre, and with that compassion and awareness, he was chosen to be a member of the Adelphi University chapter of Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor’s Society.
While studying at Adelphi, Trevor had the opportunity to perform in some beautiful and wonderfully enlightening performances such as Noises Off (Selsdon Mowbray), Good Person of Szechwan (Grandfather) and Eurydice (Big Stone). On top of acting, he is also a musician and songwriter and occasional comedian. He enjoys reading, hiking and playing his guitar, mandolin or baritone ukulele. He plans to stay and work in the New York area but has hopes to one day travel the world to enlighten others with the craft that enlightened him.
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