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Trent McMullen was born in Wiarton, Ontario, but spent his childhood throughout Kitchener-Waterloo, Sauble Beach and Honey Harbour. Acting found Trent in high school after he was dared to audition for and then landed a lead role in his high school's (KCI) production of 'Grease - The Musical'.

Following high school and landing a successful 'Pepsi' campaign directed by Phillip Borsos, Trent landed bit parts in the Hollywood features, "Tommy Boy" and "PCU". Trent continued into television, landing roles in "The Wall", "The Rescuers", "La Femme Nikita", WitchBlade", and for two seasons on the hit A&E Series "Nero Wolfe", as 'Orrie Cather'.

Trent followed the success of 'Nero Wolfe' into starring roles in the independent films "Last Night", Don McKellar's directing debut and Winner Director's Fortnight, Cannes Film Festival. "It All Happens Incredibly Fast", directed by Jai Dixit. "Little Blood Brother" based on the play and directed by the playwright, Vittorio Rossi. Trent then landed the prison warden, 'Sands' in the intense, critically acclaimed and Tribeca Award Winning, "Dog Pound", from Frances' film maverick, Kim Chapiron.

Trent, then found himself apart of the ensemble feature "Small Town Murder Songs", starring Peter Stormare, Jill Hennesey, Aaron Poole, Ari Cohen and Martha Plimpton. Director Ed Gass-Donnelly was named by Variety as one of the top ten directors to watch in 2011.

Trent's unique voice has earned him a spot amongst the elite voice artists in North America. He has been the voice of Animal Planet, Canada and Investigation ID, Canada and he has narrated numerous documentaries for Discovery Channel and National Geographic, to name a few. Trent has voiced hundreds of Television and Radio Ads for everything from cars to sports to beer and liquor and movie trailers for Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures.

Trent lives in Toronto but works anywhere.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: C.2015

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