Trevor Long

Trevor Long has been a LAByrinth Theater Company member since 1998. He has appeared Off Broadway in Unconditional (The Public Theater), Pretty Chin Up (LAByrinth at The Public Theater), Defiance (Manhattan Theatre Club), and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (The Public Theater, dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman). Other theatre credits include Leaving (The Wilma Theater); Royal Shakespeare Company's presentation of William Shakespeare's Cardenio and David Edgar's Written on the Heart (dir. Gregory Doran); Guinea Pig Solo (Berlin, Germany); John Patrick Shanley's Connie and the Groom and Out West (Lucille Lortel Theatre); Scotch and Water (London and New York premiere); In Arabia, We'd All Be Kings (LAByrinth, dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman); and Den of Thieves (L.A. premiere and LAByrinth). Film credits include Jack Goes Boating (dir. Philip Seymour Hoffman), Concerto (Sundance Select 2009 and winner of L.A./BAFTA Award for dramatic excellence), Tymbals, Irina Patkania's Armed Defense, and Don Juan Diarco. He studied at Rutgers University (M.F.A.), Brown University (B.A.), and with Harold Guskin.