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Trevor St. John starring in The Mentalist (ep. Violets) on Sunday, March 30, 2014
CBS Network, Sundays 10/9c. View preview here.
Producers are Jim Cummings, Erich Lochner, Matt Miller and Ben Wiessner with Patrick Wang directed from his own screenplay.
The story is based on the novel by Leah Hager Cohen in which a couple’s baby dies 57 hours after his birth and the parents try to return to their previous lives and struggle to regain a semblance of normalcy for themselves and their two children. St. John and Moniz portray the parents.
Other cast members include Oona Laurence, who won a Tony Award for her role “Matilda the Musical,” Jeremy Shinder, Sonya Harum and Mike Faist.
“The Grief of Others” is the second feature film from Wang, whose debut film “In the Family” was nominated for the 2012 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature.
Wang and David Chien have also created an interactive, multimedia iBook entitled “Post Script: The Making of the Film, The Grief of Others.” It will be continuously updated as the film progresses.
Download on iTunes: Post Script, The Making of the Film, The Grief of Others by David Chien & Patrick Wang
Trevor St. John to star in Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries -- "The Cell" -
Airing THURSDAYS 8 .7c. Watch the full episode online
- Image Number: VD509b_0021.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Trevor St. John as Dr. Whitmore and Michael Malarkey as Enzo -- Photo: Blake Tyers/The CW -- © 2013 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved. See website
Trevor St. John attended the premiere of The Cottage at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills on October 5. The chilling suspense-thriller starring David Arquette debuts on DVD today from Entertainment One and Visualeyes Productions. Learn more
TARZAN MOVIE TRAILERGerman Trailer & Making Of For ‘Tarzan’ 3D Motion Capture Movie
MAKING OF TARZAN
MOVIE IN THE FAMILY NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON
"A signature achievement… deliberate and marked by uncommon grace, IN THE FAMILY manages to feel politically and culturally acute without ever resorting to melodrama, or having to wave banners for issues or causes, except perhaps in its quiet way for a renewed humanism in movies and a return to stories about everyday lives."
FILM PREMIERE "MY SOUL TO TAKE"
Trevor St. John attended the film premiere for "My Soul To Take "directed by Wes Craven.
Photography by Steven Bergman
BEST ACTOR AWARD
06.04.10 - "The Art Of Getting Over It" Short Film
BEST ACTOR AWARD
050509 - "The Art Of Getting Over It" was shown in the 5th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival, and Trevor St. John was honored by getting the award for best actor. To view the list of awards from the festival click here.
SCREENING IN NYC
February 25th, 2009:
NY Downtown Short Film Festival Audience Choice Screenings
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TREVOR'S SHORT FILM IN FILM FESTIVALS IN NEW YORK AND LOS ANGELES
December 20, 2008: Trevor St. John's short film (directed by Dan Gauthier), "The Art of Getting Over It" will be screened at two upcoming film festivals: in Los Angeles, December 29th, 2008 at the Beverly Hills Hi-Def Film Fest. and in New York City, Sunday January 4th at the New Filmmakers Festival.
"We are proud of our creation and I would absolutely love it if you have a chance to see it yourself."
THE MAKING OF A SHORT FILM
April 10, 2008: Last week Trevor St. John was in his hometown Spokane, Washington to film a short film. Dan Gauthier is directing.
TV & MOVIE APPEARANCE
Trevor landed a role in the third installment of the Jason Bourne movies entitled The Bourne Ultimatum. Based on the novel by Robert Ludlum, the film stars Matt Damon once again as Jason Bourne and is directed by Paul Greengrass (United 93). Trevor plays a commanding CRI operative who leads a team trying to track down Bourne in New York City.
Trevor St. John has landed a part in a movie called The Kingdom, starring Jamie Fox and Jennifer Garner, and directed by Peter Berg. The thriller features United States counter-terrorism experts who set to work investigating an attack on Americans in the Middle East. In theaters Fall 2007. To view the trailer, click here
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