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Trevor Blumas

Trevor Blumas first gained attention as a series regular on PAX TV's Little Men, in which he starred for two years. As his career escalated, he was nominated in 1998,1999 and 2000 for the Young Artists of Hollywood Awards for two Showtime films: Stranger in Town and his first lead role, The Wall Pencil Holder, in addition to PAX TV's 'Twice in a Lifetime. He landed lead roles in the USA movie Jane Doe, opposite Rob Lowe and Terry Hatches and HBO's Claude Monet--Shadow and Light." Blumas garnered critical acclaim in his feature film debut, The Unsaid, opposite Andy Crania. Among his other credits are ABC's

Switching Goals and Court TV's Guilt by Association. He most recently starred in the telefilm Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story. Born and raised in London, Ontario, Blumas attended the Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts between grades 4 and 8. He performed in the Original Kids Theatre Company in London, Ontario. His many stage productions include Annie Wafiucks, My Pair Lady, Beatles Review, Bugsy Malone and You Thought Your Family Was Strange.


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Trevor Blumas Facts

OccupationActor
BirthdayOctober 16, 1984 (33)
SignLibra
BirthplaceLondon, Ontario, Canada
Height5' 11" (1m80)  How tall is Trevor Blumas compared to you?

Selected Filmography

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