If you dig a little deeper into Trevor Algatt’s resume, you’ll find that the Pennsylvania born, multi-talented performer/filmmaker has more than just making movies on his mind. Algatt, whose screen credits include “Bones,” “Diagnosis X,” and “The Young & The Restless,” is an accomplished stage actor and musician as well.
And in addition to the ways that Algatt shows off his talent, he is also the creator, producer and co-host of Inside Acting, a weekly podcast featuring in-depth, unbiased interviews with industry professionals of all callings. For him, it’s not just about what he puts forth on the stage or screen. He likes to connect with other like minded individuals trying to make it in the entertainment business.
A long-time “corps” member of the critically acclaimed Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble, Algatt has worked on and helped developed a number of award-winning plays, including all three installments of The War Cycle. In March 2011, L.A. Weekly presented the Ensemble with a special award for their work, citing “excellence, technical accomplishments, and breadth of vision.”
Algatt also recently appeared in “The Midnight Man,” a crime thriller directed by D.C. Hamilton and starring William Forsythe and Vinnie Jones. When Algatt isn’t working in some aspect of production, he also finds time to compete as a year-round swimmer with SCAQ in Los Angeles. Reel Talk with Brisco Diggs recently caught up with Algatt to discuss his life and career and how he finds time for all of his interests.