Trevor Blumas

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Trevor Blumas
Born (1984-10-16) October 16, 1984 (age 29)
London, Ontario
Occupation Actor, singer-songwriter
Years active 1997-present

Trevor Blumas (born October 16, 1984) is a Canadian television and film actor[1] and singer-songwriter.

Early life and career[edit]

Blumas was born in London, Ontario, Canada.[citation needed] Trevor Blumas went to school at the Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts, studying drama, music, dance, and art. Blumas was part of the Original Kids Theatre Company in Ontario alongside Rachel McAdams, and Amber Marshall. He was nominated in 1999 Young Artist Award for "Best Performance", for his performance in Stranger in Town.[2] Blumas co-starred in the Disney film Ice Princess[3][4] (2005) alongside Michelle Trachtenberg. Blumas studied film at Santa Monica College and is currently completing an honors degree in cinema studies and art history at the University of Toronto.

Music[edit]

As a teenager, Blumas took a break from acting to form the reggae band "Staylefish." The band went onto to receive minor success around the Canadian college circuit, before Trevor left for Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. After re-locating back to Toronto, he started Corduroy (or Whatever Happened to Corduroy?) an indie-rock group that independently released a series of PWYC demo ep's they dubbed Demoroy's. Corduroy's music recently appeared in an online campaign for Chevrolet and in an episode of Degrassi: The Next Generation. Corduroy eventually dissolved in 2010. Trevor is currently working on Doom Squad, an electronic music project he started with his two sisters Jaclyn and Allie. In early 2011, Doom Squad released their debut EP entitled "Land O' The Silver Birch" and subsequently set out on a west coast tour to promote it.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1999 Dinner at Fred's" Young Richard
2001 The Unsaid Kyle Hunter
2005 Ice Princess[3] Teddy Harwood
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Earth: Final Conflict Jebediah Good 1 episode
1998 The Wall Ben Holst Television movie (segment: The Pencilholder)
Due South Young Fraser 1 episode
Stranger in Town Aaron Television movie
Little Men Nathanel Blake 2 episodes
1999 Monet: Shadow and Light Daniel Fontaine Television movie
Seasons of Love Young Hocking Television movie
Switching Goals Greg Jeffries Television movie
2000 Virtual Mom Tom Television movie
2000 Twice in a Lifetime Young Ben Bogart "Curveball" (Season 2, Episode 4)
2001 Teenage Ryan Storey "The Choice" (Season 2, Episode 22)
2001 Inside the Osmonds[5] Older Jimmy Television movie
Jane Doe Michael Doe Television movie
2002 Guilt by Association Teenage Max Television movie
2004 Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story Beau Television movie
2007 Too Young to Marry Carter Television movie
2011 Warehouse 13 Geoffery Cedolia "Trials" (Episode 2, Season 3)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holden, Stephen (18 March 2005). "A 'Buffy' Alumna on Ice, Living a Physics Lesson". New York Times. Retrieved 2011-02-28. 
  2. ^ "Youth in Film Awards". Young Artist Foundation. 2008-03-26. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  3. ^ a b HORNBLOW, DEBORAH (March 8, 2005). "`ICE PRINCESS' A TRITE DISNEY TALE OF FEMININE ALTERNATIVES". Hartford Courant. Hartford, Conn.: Hartford Courant. p. D 5. Retrieved 2011-02-25. 
  4. ^ Russell, William; Waters, Stuart (2010). Reel Character Education: A Cinematic Approach to Character Development. Information Age Publishing. p. 63. ISBN 978-1-61735-125-9. 
  5. ^ Crook, John (February 3, 2001). "'Inside the Osmonds' reveals the snarks behind the smiles". Rome News-Tribune. Rome News-Tribune. p. 31. Retrieved 2011-02-25. 

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