Trevor Wright, born in 1982, in Los Angeles, California, is an American actor, best known for his breakthrough role in the 2007 gay film, "Shelter."
Wright started his career as model at a very young age. When he reached 18, he made his first TV appearance in the popular Sci-Fi drama, "Roswell." Since then, he's an actor on the rise.
From his recurring role on "George Lopez" and guest starring in television series such as "NYPD Blue," "Scrubs" and "Boston Public," in 2003, Wright was named by Teen Vogue as a "young and upcoming star that's here to stay".
In 2007, Wright landed his breakthrough role in the film "Shelter," opposite Brad Rowe, playing a gay character, surfer Zach. Though he's straight, he played the role convincingly. When asked how he prepared for the role? He said, "I've been surfing and skateboarding my whole life, so that part came easy.
"Then with the rest, I didn't really want to do a lot of research or preparation because, you know, Zach is experiencing these things for the first time. He's never experienced this affection, this kind of love before, so as an actor it was a journey that I needed to take to make it as real and natural as possible."
Wright also made an impression starring opposite singer Stacie Orrico in the music video for her singles "Stuck", and "I Could Be The One."
Wright's latest leading role is in the movie "Vicious Circle" (2008) where he stars as the character Fin. He will also be the lead actor in "Vacancy 2" (2009), the prequel to the 2007 film "Vacancy," which is due for a straight to DVD release on January 20, 2009.
Wright is a diehard athlete who enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing and other extreme type activities.
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