Meet the Man: Meet the Artist
Trevor Martin (Son of Allen and Joelene Martin) is a 17 year Senior at Bowling Green High School. The love of acting and singing began at an early age for Trevor. Trevor debuted in acting as a portly possum at the age of 7 and quickly landed the roles of Christopher Robin in Winnie the Pooh and The Artful Dodger in Oliver by the age of 8. He clearly loved the stage and after performing with the Bowling Green Chamber Orchestra and The Rewinders in the popular “Motown Madness Show”, where he performed as the young Michael Jackson, he was hooked and realized at a young age that he wanted to continue entertaining and making people happy. By the age of 11, he had appeared in two Western Kentucky University operas. Through the years, he has acted in three feature films, won musical contests, filmed local and national commercials, received callbacks for movie roles where he met with J.J. Abrams and Cameron Crowe, and participated in several musicals in local and school theaters. He played the role of Charlie in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” in 2012. In September of 2012, he was selected as one of the representatives from Bowling Green to advance in the “American Idol” television show. He continued to Baton Rouge and passed one round there and ultimately performed in front of the Executive Producer of the American Idol. Currently, he sings with the BGHS Choir, plays guitar and performs at local venues including a regular session at Lost River Pizza. He recently joined the Nashville Song Writers Association and loves writing songs. He is most proud as he leads youth and Connect worship at First Baptist Church. He has been traveling across the United States sharing how he has managed his Hemophilia and has been very blessed to encourage other young children who have the same disease. He is adamant about pursuing his acting and music career and plans to attend Western Kentucky University or Belmont University.