While on the set of Clerks II (2006), Trevor and Jason Mewes had a contest to see how many kisses Trevor could get from the girls on set. He received four and was eventually shut down by Wanda Sykes.
For a short time, Trevor was working for his uncle's toy business inputing data at the warehouse. He left after receiving a call from Jeff Anderson about playing a role in Clerks II (2006).
Trevor studied Literature while attending Long Beach University in California.
Clerks II (2006), Now You Know (2002), and Cheats (2002) are the movies Trevor has appeared in so far.
Aside from acting, Trevor enjoys computer gaming, playing guitar, and singing.
While in high school, Trevor participated in theater.
Trevor is 5'10" (1.78 m).
Trevor: Jen Smith, who is extremely, extremely warm, almost considered it her job to make me feel feel like part of the family while shooting "Clerks 2."
Trevor: I just happened to be sitting in my bedroom at the right place at the right time, the right day, turned to the right channel, and "Clerks" was on TV. First time I'd ever seen it.
Trevor: When you step into this world, the people that Kevin Smith surrounds himself with, it's like just little things that happen dozens of times a day, little things like they don't interrupt you.
Trevor: Going into this, I really admire these guys and I really want them to like me because I want them to give me more work in the future.
Trevor: Jason Mewes is one of the most congenial guys I've ever met in my life.
Trevor: I think Wanda Sykes is one of the funniest people ever. She delivers a tour de force performance in one of the greatest films of all time.
(On his love of movies)
Trevor: My closest friends, if it were up to me, I would talk about movies and video games and music all day. I'm a bit of a media junkie.
(In response to quiting acting early)
Trevor: I got kind of burnt out. I'm a neurotic, kinda' fragile human being and the Hollywood system kind of churned me up.
(In response to Kevin Smith or Jeff Anderson being the better director)
Trevor: I guess you gotta' go with Kevin. If only by the virtue that he's done more films.
(In response to Jeff Anderson as a director)
Trevor: The word that sums him up is integrity.
(when asked about being in the Clerks family)
Trevor: I'm honored... also a little embarrassed.