K. Trevor Wilson
K. Trevor Wilson has spent over half his life in entertainment, a graduate of the Etobicoke School of the Arts, he started as a child actor before making the move to stand-up comedy 11 years ago. As an actor, with TV credits ranging from Goosebumps to Breakout Kings and film roles like Score: A Hockey Musical.
As a touring comic he has headlined shows all over Canada, is the only two time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and worked with the likes of Mick Foley, Todd Glass and Brent Butt. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy. Trevor performed on a CBC gala at the 2011 Winnipeg Comedy Festival hosted by Brent Butt, won the Irwin Barker Award at the 2012 Homegrown Competition at Just For Laughs, and was handpicked to open for both Patton Oswalt and Louis CK at the first JFL 42. Big things continue to happen for this big man, the self-proclaimed Man Mountain of Comedy.
As seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, K. Trevor Wilson creates comedy by combining regular words to form hilarious jokes!
He won the 2012 Just For Laughs Homegrown Comic Competition, he’s the only two-time winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl, and he’s a former Men’s 18-and-Under Canadian Platform Tennis Doubles Champion! (for realsies!)