Trevor White needs your vote!

Millennium’s Doug Scaife and all round rather pleasant gentleman, Trevor White is up for a nomination in the Hospital Club’s Evolution: Adapt or Die award and is looking for support.

What is Evolution: Adapt or Die? Well I’ll let the website explain given it has a far more succinct grasp of explaining simple concepts than I do:

The hClub100 in association with Time Out London is a national search for the most innovative, interesting and influential people in the British creative and media industries. Agile, brave and adventuresome, their achievements over the past 12 months have made them stand out from the crowd and their contribution is shaping the future of the UK’s creative industries.

It’s not just the size of someone’s celebrity status, profile, bank balance, titles or past reputation. This is a list that aims to surprise, inspire, and entertain by lifting the lid on the power dynamics within Creative Britain and highlighting where the true day-to-day influence lies. Uniquely, the list contains both emerging and established names, highlighting not only those who are influencing Creative Britain’s immediate future, but also who to watch in the longer term.

With the help of our judges, Time Out and our network of experts from across each industry, we’ve pulled together a shortlist; and now it’s time for YOU to have your say about who represents the future of the creative industries.

Trevor is one of those listed and would dearly love some support for his work. There are several categories, Trevor is nominated for the Theatre category. Just so you can have a genuine idea of what Trevor’s been up to so you can appreciate why this rather charming actor has been nominated, here’s the associated bio:

Trevor most recently appeared in the West End’s Apollo Theatre, playing the role of James Tyrone Jr. in the critically acclaimed Eugene O’Neill drama, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. He was also part of the original cast of ENRON, that debuted in Chichester, before its sold-out run at both the Royal Court, and the Noel Coward Theatre.

Recent stage work also includes AUNT DAN AND LEMON and RED BUD (Royal Court), MACBETH (Regent’s Park), ON THE RECORD (Arcola), TWISTED TALES (Lyric Hammersmith) and CORIOLANUS (RSC). In Film, he recently featured in THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, Michael Winterbottom’s GENOVA, THE WHISTLEBLOWER and the upcoming Brad Pitt film, WORLD WAR Z. Recent TV includes recurring roles on BBC’s HUNTED, and EPISODES, as well as guest appearances on DOWNTON ABBEY (where he played Season 2’s mysterious Canadian Major Patrick Gordon), as well as FOYLE’S WAR, MOONSHOT, BONEKICKERS, HOUSE OF SADDAM, the BAFTA Nominated 9/11: THE TWIN TOWERS and THE LINE OF BEAUTY. For BBC Radio, he has read THE GREAT GATSBY, MOBY DICK, THE 33, and REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, among many others.

As you can see he’s been a busy man (I must confess I didn’t even realise that was him in Downtown Abbey!) – you can catch his most recent performance in last week’s third episode of Frank Spotnitz’ Hunted in the UK (check it out on iPlayer) and in two weeks in the US (he is particularly relevant to episode three).

You can listen to our interview with Trevor if you want to get to know him a little better, and I sincerely hope you do. He’s a genuine and talented man and has supported what we do here since we began in 2008, it would be wonderful if we could repay that support in kind.

So pop on over to his nomination page, it’s very easy to nominate. Simply tick the box on his nomination at the bottom of this link, and then leave your email and name in the requested field. Voting is open until October 28th, so if you can spare 2 minutes before that date, please do! It’s very easy!

PLUS all voters will be entered into a draw to WIN a day’s access to the Hospital Club for you and a friend, a ‘green card’ of £150 to spend in any of our Club lounges, cocktail bars or their 5* Restaurant, plus two tickets to see SILENT NIGHT, UNHOLY NIGHT at the Old Vic Tunnels courtesy of Time Out Live. Visit the Hospital Club website for more info and to see terms and conditions.

We’ll talking to Frank Spotnitz about Hunted later this weekend – stay tuned for that!

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