K. Trevor Wilson
|K. Trevor Wilson|
|Born||March 9, 1981|
In 2012 Wilson won the Irwin Barker Home Grown Award at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. He's since appeared multiple times at the festival as well as JFL 42, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Halifax Comedy Festival and performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Comedy Central's Roast Battle.
His debut album SexCop Fire Penis reached the top of the iTunes Comedy Charts and won Best Taped Live Performance at the 2015 Canadian Comedy Awards. His follow up, Sorry! (A Canadian Album), debuted at the top of the iTunes Comedy Charts and was nominated for the Juno Award for Comedy Album of the Year.
As a child actor, Wilson was featured multiple times on the Canadian series Goosebumps. In 2010 he stood alongside Nelly Furtado in the film Score: A Hockey Musical and has since been part of multiple series including What Would Sal Do? and Man Seeking Woman. In 2016 Wilson debuted as Squirrely Dan on Letterkenny.
At the 6th Canadian Screen Awards, Wilson received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
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