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Trevor Highland

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a character in “She Still Counts The Minutes”, as played by Katryn

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Name: Trevor Highland
Age: 23
Role: Husband
Sex: Male
Sexuality: Heterosexual
Height: 6’ 2”
Build: Trim and athletic, but not overly muscular
Love Interest: Enamoured lust, though he has convinced himself it is true and unrequited love that he feels
Tattoos/Piercings: None
Biggest Fear: Being betrayed or abandoned by a loved one
Biggest Secret: Before he met his wife, Lucy, he had once gotten a girl pregnant. She shut him completely out of the picture and got an abortion without even allowing him to share his two cents on what should be done. To this day, he still has no idea what he would have done if it had been his decision, or how he feels about the decision made without his consultancy.
Skills: Acting, dancing, singing, painting, drawing
Occupation: A theatrical actor in a dinner theatre. He has worked ridiculous hours and put boundless energy toward his actor career, which seems to have plateaued prematurely. Though he is generally one of the lead male actors, he finds himself severely underpaid and cannot seem to work his way any higher up the ladder to fame and fortune. He never went into acting for the money, he went into it for his love of performing. But when he can hardly support himself and his wife, he feels that he is failing in his self-appointed role as the breadwinner of the family.
Theme Song: Somewhere Only We Know by Keane
Personality: Though he is currently more down in the dumps over the state of his career and the frustration he feels toward it, Trevor is generally an amicable, happy guy. He is passionate and slightly possessive—but not to an unfair or obsessive extent. He expresses himself best through written word or art. He claims to be an awkward speaker; never knowing or having the right words to say, but in truth he has quite a beautiful way with words. However, in his more downcast moments he can tend to be aggressive and much more easily enraged, even if it isn’t initially caused by the thing that set him off.
Equipment: Generally dresses the way he is in the picture with a buttondown shirt and bluejeans. He carries a sketchbook with him on occassion and always has his wallet and cellphone in his back pocket.
History: Born the younger of the two sons of a wholesome couple, Trevor found himself to be a disappointment at a very young age. He was never the strapping young, football-playing lad that his brother, Joseph, had been; thereby never living up to his father’s expectations of him. Despite this, his mother seemed to dote on him slightly more than his brother, possibly compensating for the way his father treated him. When Trevor first expressed interest in dancing, his father nearly had a fit. However, it was his mother who supported him, taking him to lessons from the age of eight. He quickly joined up in musical theatre, becoming a quick sensation in the local theatre as a child. He was proud of what he had made for himself, but it would never cease to cause him pain to see the disappointment in his father’s eyes. And the worst of it was that he had no different values than his parents, and wanted to be a good husband and one day a good and loving father, and yet, because of the lifestyle he had chosen, his father simply couldn’t accept that. It was after he moved away and started working in dinner theatre that he met the love of his life. The girl he quickly married, vowing to spend the rest of his life with her. The most beautiful creature he had ever seen was his to keep and dote upon. And nothing would come between that.

So begins...

Trevor Highland's Story