Trevor Morgan (actor)

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Trevor Morgan
Born Trevor John Morgan
(1986-11-26) November 26, 1986 (age 28)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997–present

Trevor John Morgan (born November 26, 1986) is an American actor. He has appeared in the films Genius, The Sixth Sense, The Patriot, A Rumor of Angels, Jurassic Park III, The Glass House, Chasing 3000, Mean Creek, Barney's Great Adventure, Local Color, Family Plan, and Uncle Nino.[1]

Early life[edit]

Trevor John Morgan was born in Chicago, Illinois[2] as the youngest of four children; he has three older half siblings.[3] His mother, Linda Borrasso, is a homemaker, and his father, Joseph Morgan, is a commodities trader.[3] When Morgan was five, the family relocated to Orange County, California, where Trevor appeared in various commercials.[4] In 1997, the family moved to Los Angeles, California, so that he could pursue an acting career.[3]


Morgan first appeared in several commercials for McDonald's and Cheerios and even was featured on a Life cereal box. He got his first break as Alec Mackenzie in the feature film The Family Plan, which led him to appear in Barney's Great Adventure. Morgan was given the lead role of Duke Cooper in I'll Remember April. His co-star Haley Joel Osment was given the lead role of Cole Sear in The Sixth Sense, where, in a dramatic reversal, Morgan played Cole's nemesis, a pretentious young actor.

After the success of The Sixth Sense, I'll Remember April was rushed to video due to Osment's role as Pee Wee Clayton. Morgan's picture was replaced by Osment's on the box for marketing purposes. Actor/director Mel Gibson, who was looking for several child actors to play his seven children in The Patriot, saw Morgan and asked him to audition for the movie. He landed the role, playing son Nathan Martin.

Morgan appeared in the films Jurassic Park III and The Glass House (2001). Among his other credits are Empire Falls as a menacing jock, the independent films Mean Creek, Off the Black and Local Color, and the baseball flick Chasing 3000. Morgan appeared on the television series, ER, where he played cancer victim Scotty Anspaugh for five episodes. For this role he garnered a 1998 SAG Award along with the main cast members of the show. His additional television credits include Genius for Disney Telefilms, In the Dog House for Viacom/Showtime, Touched by an Angel for CBS, Fire Co. 132 for 20th Century Fox and Missing Persons for ABC.


Year Title Role Notes
1997 Family Plan Alec Mackenzie
1998 Barney's Great Adventure Cody Newton
1998 In the Doghouse Dylan Wagner Television film
1999 I'll Remember April Duke Cooper
1999 Sixth Sense, TheThe Sixth Sense Tommy Tammisimo
1999 Genius Charlie Boyle / Chaz Anthony Television film
2000 Patriot, TheThe Patriot Nathan Martin
2000 Rumor of Angels, AA Rumor of Angels James Neubauer
2001 Jurassic Park III Erik Kirby
2001 Glass House, TheThe Glass House Rhett Baker
2002 Rookie, TheThe Rookie Young Jimmy Uncredited
2003 Uncle Nino Bobby Micelli
2004 Mean Creek Rocky Merric
2005 Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio, TheThe Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio Bruce Ryan at 16 years old
2006 Local Color John Talia Jr.
2006 Off the Black Dave Tibbel
2008 My Mom's New Boyfriend Eddie
2008 Sanctuary Colin Hanson
2009 Fault Line
2010 Brotherhood' Adam
2010 Beneath the Dark Jason
2010 Chasing 3000 Mickey
2010 Haymaker, TheThe Haymaker Davis Short film
2011 Vampire Renfield
2011 Lodge Lake Alec Short film
2011 Munger Road Corey LaFayve
2012 Diary of Preston Plummer, TheThe Diary of Preston Plummer Preston Plummer
2013 Abducted Dave Roberts
2013 McCanick Louis
2014 Grounds, TheThe Grounds Calvin
2014 Buttwhistle Ogden Confer
2015 Magic Hour Ray
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Pretender, TheThe Pretender Kid Episode: "Prison Story"
1997 Baywatch Timmy Episode: "Life Guardian"
1997 Touched by an Angel Stevie Sanders Episode: "An Angel by Any Other Name"
1998 ER Scott Anspaugh 5 episodes
2005 CSI: Miami Patrick Brookner Episode: "Cop Killer"
2005 Empire Falls Zack Minty Miniseries
2005 Reno 911! School guy #2 Episode: "The Prefect of Wanganui"
2007 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Donny Carlson Episode: "Untethered"
2009 Mental Billy Bauer Episode: "Do Over"
2010 Ghost Whisperer Danny Seitz Episode: "Blood Money"
2011 Defenders, TheThe Defenders Mike Episode: "Nevada v. Wayne"
2013 Perception Jimmy Miles Episode: "Neuropositive"

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Title of work Medium Result
1999 Young Artist Awards[5] Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Supporting Young Actor ER Television Nominated
2000 Teen Choice Award[6] Film - Choice Sleazebag The Sixth Sense Film Nominated
Young Artist Awards[7] Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot - Leading Young Actor Genius Film Nominated
2001 Young Artist Awards[8] Best Ensemble in a Feature Film The Patriot Film Nominated
2002 Young Artist Awards[9] Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor The Glass House Film Nominated
2005 Independent Spirit Awards[10] Special Distinction Award Mean Creek Film Won
2006 Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival Star on the Horizon Local Color Film Won
2011 Action On Film International Film Festival[11] Best Actor The Haymaker Film Nominated


  1. ^ Ebert, Roger (2005-02-10). "Uncle Nino". Chicago Sun-Times. 
  2. ^ "Trevor Morgan Biography (1986-)". Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  3. ^ a b c "Dino-Mite - Jurassic Park III, Trevor Morgan". People. 6 August 2001. Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  4. ^ "Trevor Morgan: Biography, Photos, Movies, TV, Credits". Archived from the original on 2013-01-25. Retrieved 2011-06-03. 
  5. ^ "20th Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  6. ^ "Teen Choice Awards 2000". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  7. ^ "21st Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  8. ^ "22nd Annual Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  9. ^ "23rd Young Artist Awards". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  10. ^ "IFP Independent Spirit Award Winners and Nominees 2005". Retrieved May 9, 2012. 
  11. ^ "2011 AOF Awards/Nominees" (PDF). Retrieved May 9, 2012. 

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