Trent Ford
Trent Ford
Akron, Ohio
Birth date:
January 16, 1979

Trent Ford is a British-American actor and model. He plays Taylor Green in Shelter. He's best known for his roles in TV series The West Wing and The Class.

Biography Edit

Ford was born in Akron,p Ohio to a Us Navy test pilot father and an English mother from Birmingham. He moved to the United Kingdom at the age of one with his parents and grew up in Cradley and Malvern, graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in English.

Ford appeared in the films How To Deal (with Mandy Moore), Deeply (with Kirsten Durst), Gosford Park, Slap Her... She's French (with Piper Perabo, released in the U.S. as She Gets What She Wants) and September Dawn.

His best known role may be Zoey Bartlet's French boyfriend, Jean-Paul Charpentier, Vicomte de Condé de Bourbon, in the fourth season of the television drama The West Wing, and Superman's future enemy, Mr. Mxyzptlk in a fourth season episode of Smallville titled "Jinx." He has also appeared in the ad for Calvin Klein perfume "eternity Moment" alongside Scarlett Johansson. He has recently guest starred in several episodes of the CBS sitcom, The Class, as Benjamin Chow an internationally known violinist and the boyfriend of Kat Warbler (Lizzy Caplan's character).

In 2008, he starred in the love story feature film Rez Bomb opposite Tamara Feldman and co-starring Russell Means and Chris Robinson. Set on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. He appeared in two episodes of the Vampire Diaries second season as Trevor. He is currently starring in The CW series, Shelter as Taylor Green.

Filmography Edit

  • Shelter (2012-present)
  • Possessions (2012)
  • 90210 (2011)
  • The Vampire Diaries (2010-2011)
  • Burning Blue (2011)
  • Rez Bomb (2008)
  • Life (2007)
  • September Dawn (2007)
  • The Class (2007)
  • Shark Bait (2006)
  • Park (2006)
  • The Island (2005)
  • Grounded for Life (2004)
  • Smallville (2004)
  • How to Deal (2003)
  • The West Wing (2002-2003)
  • Slap Her, She's French! (2002)
  • Gosford Park (2001)
  • Deeply (2000)

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