Pepe Trevor

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Penelope Trevor (born 1960) is an Australian actress, better known as Pepe Trevor, she is also a journalist and author, who is perhaps best known for her role as young card shark and trouble-maker, Lexie Patterson, in Prisoner.[1]

Biography[edit]

Trevor was born in 1960 in Sydney, but moved to Melbourne at the age of six. She made a name as an actress in various Australian television series during the 1980s. Later in life, Trevor began writing, and won the Dobbie Award in the 1997 Nita Kibble Literary Awards for her first novel, Listening for Small Sounds. Her second novel, Another Man's Office, came out in 2000. As a journalist, Trevor has contributed articles for The Melbourne Weekly Magazine. Trevor has two boys, Jaspar and Tashi. She is the daughter of one-time Prisoner producer, the late Marie Trevor. In a recent article in Golden Logie magazine, Pepe was attributed with the creation of the 'cheeky' finger on chin pose as mimicked by British youths.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Listening for Small Sounds. (1996)
  • Another Man's Office. (2000)

Filmography[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Prison Break', TV Week, 1 June 1985