Trevor: (On gay relationships)Let me say, gay or straight, relationships are relationships. Everyone goes through the same kind of troubles and joys.
Trevor: (On joining 90210 in the second season)Sure, at first it was a bit intimidating. Everyone else has been together for awhile now and developed a certain chemistry. But everyone was so, so so welcoming. It's been a great. A very smooth transition.
Trevor: (On what drew him to acting) That is a long story. As a kid I loved TV and I loved movies. I was painfully shy and never even considered it, to be honest and my time in L.A. has introduced me to a lot of situations and people in acting classes and things that really drew me into the industry itself and the craft and I've just fallen in love with it, just in the past four years.
Trevor: (On his Abercrombrie & Fitch ads) They definitely border on risqué as far as catalog photos go. There's a lot of nudity and what not. I have done my fair share of that, and I've never done anything I regret whatsoever -- the majority of which I'm pretty proud of.
Trevor: (On the difference between daytime and primetime) In daytime, you're shooting an episode a day, which is on average about 90 pages of script a day. That is very hectic. On 90210, You get to work through it a little more. You're not just flying through it just to get it done.
Trevor: (On transitioning from modeling to acting) I was just terrified in front of the camera. I couldn't even say my own name. I walked out of a handful of auditions. I mean ran out in cold sweats. I was just so nervous and insecure.