Trevor D'Aigle


Trevor has been performing since his grade school days. In Middle School, he was the only one NOT in high school to have a speaking role in The “Wizard of Oz”, playing “Uncle Joe”, as well as being a munchkin and one of the “Lollypop Guild”, (yes, he did the voice). 

Once entering High School, he was involved in every production assembled, outside of football season, with lead roles in almost all of them. He won several acting awards for roles for roles played during the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association One Act Play competitions including an Excellence Award for Acting and a Superior Award for acting in the one act play “F.A.U.G.H” as “Minsy”, the schizophrenic college student with multiple personalities. 

The role was originally written as a woman, but was recast as a male specifically so Trevor could take on the role.
From there, Trevor spent 14 years as a street performer, as well as doing stage shows appearing as the Genie in Aladdin and Host of many different shows for the Special Events team out at the Michigan Renaissance Festival.

Trevor has also appeared as an extra a couple of films shot in and around Detroit. He’s also appeared in the short film, “Night Guests”, a “48 Hour Movie Festival” short film, that won Best in Genre Thriller/Suspense.

Trevor Lives in Metro Detroit With his wife and 3 year old daughter, whom he says, “is a natural performer”