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What a wonderful versatile, actor!
- Don Samuels
Whenever you see Mr. Trebor in a movie or TV show you know you're in good hands. He always delivers a compelling, richly engaging performance whether it's comedy or drama. I don't know another actor (who isn't really famous) who could play the psycho Son of Sam with such brilliant scary menace, then switch to a mild mannered talk show host in Talk Radio, THEN switch to a gay pornographer blackmailer in 52 Pickup, THEN switch to a comic tailor fitting a robot for a tux in Making Mr. Right, THEN switch to a desert rat motel owner in Universal Soldier, THEN switch to a Russian music teacher in Raise Your Voice, and the list doesn't mention his brilliantly funny impersonation of movie critic Gene Shalit in The Devil's Rejects. And to top it off he plays an hysterically funny salesman in the Hercules and Xena TV series who also has a lotta heart. I'll watch this guy in whatever he does and know that at least his work will be worth my time
A Truly Brilliant Character Actor
- Don Samuels
Mr. Trebor is one of the finest character actors of his generation and it's a shame he doesn't seem to work more often. He truly can play any kind of part, comic, dramatic, scary, genial. Who else could play a psychotic serial killer (Son Of Sam) in the film Out Of The Darkness, and then go on to play a lovable jovial salesman for 5 years on the Hercules and Xena TV series? I've seen his stage work as well, and it's brilliant! He recently played a Russian cop in a labor drama called Ravensridge and he blended into the part completely, I could swear the actor was a native born Russian. I also saw a one man show he did reincarnating Brother Theodore and he was absolutley astounding (and nominated for a prestigious Theater Award.) Bravo Mr. Trebor!