Top 6 Trevor St. John Quotes

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“I miss the physicality of drumming. There’s immediateness about it that I’m always striving for in my acting. Maybe I’m in the wrong profession. I certainly wish I could spend more time pursuing music. It feels like a part of me I’m neglecting.”

― Trevor St. John

“Jazz music and, more specifically, jazz musicians, are my artistic heroes. I want to be the Thelonious Monk of acting. He had no concern for how well he was received. He played whatever he wanted whenever he wanted. He just wasn’t interested in achieving the good opinion of his audience. That’s the Holy Grail of acting; of any art form.”

― Trevor St. John

“When I’m acting, I like to think of myself as a non-actor, and a non-drummer when I’m drumming. It frees you up to not care how well you do.”

― Trevor St. John

“My middle name is Marshall. A lot of people think it’s a stage name, but it’s not.”

― Trevor St. John

“I graduated from a place called Whitworth College in Spokane with a theater degree, then in 1993 I moved to L.A. and auditioned and did very well there. My first gig was playing a skinhead in John Singleton’s ‘Higher Learning’, and I played Glenn Close’s son in a TV movie called ‘Serving In Silence.’”

― Trevor St. John

“I didn’t go out for a soap until I moved to New York. I wasn’t even considering soaps, but my agents talked me into it and said it’s nice, steady work.”

― Trevor St. John
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