|Trevor St. John|
Walker Laurence on the ABC Television Network's "One Life to Live"
Trevor St. John joined the cast of "One Life to Live" in May 2003 in the role of Walker Laurence. Walker arrived in Llanview as the mysterious younger brother of the now deceased Mitch Laurence (Roscoe Born) and quickly set his sights on the beautiful Blair Cramer (Kassie DePaiva). Walker is full of surprises, and it appears that the truth behind his motives is yet to be revealed.
Mr. St. John was born in Spokane, WA and raised in nearby Orchard Prairie, WA. He attended Whitworth College on a jazz performance scholarship, where he played the drums. While at college he also performed in "As You Like It," "All My Sons," "Judgement" and "Merry Wives of Windsor."
His first major acting role was opposite Glenn Close as David in the television movie "Serving in Silence." His other television credits include guest-starring roles on "Murder She Wrote," "Seaquest," "Pacific Blue," "Diagnosis Murder," "Nash Bridges" and "Just Shoot Me." His film credits include "Payback," "Bio-Dome," "Crimson Tide" and "Higher Learning, " and he has also appeared in the independent films "The King's Guard" and "Dog Town."
As a jazz percussionist, Mr. St. John has played with Marshall Royal (Count Bassie Orchestra), Slide Hampton and Bill Berry (Duke Ellington Orchestra) and Gene Harris.
In 2001 he started his own fitness company, Bioconstructs. He continues to run the company, through which he teaches biomechanics to fitness professionals nationwide.
Mr. St. John resides in New York with his wife, Sara.
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Biography used with permission from ABC MediaNet