~Hugh Trevor~

Born: October 28, 1903 in Yonkers, New York, USA
Died: November 10, 1933 (age 30) in Los Angeles, California, USA
~Filmography~
The Royal Bed (1931) ... Crown Prince William of Grec
The Pay-Off (1930) ... Rocky
Half Shot at Sunrise (1930) ... Lt. Jim Reed
Conspiracy (1930) ... John Howell
Midnight Mystery (1930) ... Gregory Sloane
The Cuckoos (1930) ... Billy Shannon

Night Parade (1929) ... Bobby Martin
The Very Idea (1929) ... Joe Garvin
Love in the Desert (1929) ... Bob Winslow
Hey Rube! (1928) ... String
Red Lips (1928) ... 'Spike' Blair / Norris Parker
Taxi 13 (1928) ... Dan Regan
Dry Martini (1928) ... Bobbie Duncan
Beau Broadway (1928) ... Killer Gordon
The Pinto Kid (1928) ... Dan Logan
Skinner's Big Idea (1928) ... Jack McLaughlin
Wallflowers (1928) ... Rufus
Her Summer Hero (1928) ... Kenneth Holmes
Ranger of the North (1927) ... Bob Fleming
~Biography~
A distant relative of producer William LeBaron, handsome, dark-haired Hugh Trevor had worked in
advertising and the insurance business prior to making his screen debut for FBO in 1927, his screen test
reportedly having been directed by Richard Dix. The collegiate type, Trevor supported FBO's answer to
Rin-Tin-Tin, Ranger, in the action melodrama Ranger of the North (1927) and co-starred with Duane
Thompson in the varsity comedy-drama Her Summer Hero (1928). Pleasant if unimportant stuff, but
Trevor's screen career went into an immediate decline after the changeover to sound. His final film was
Lowell Sherman's The Queen's Bed (1931), as the Crown Prince. His early death was attributed to
complications following an appendectomy.

Biography by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
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