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MICHAEL HALL D'ADDARIO (Trevor) recently co-starred in Alex Kurtzman's drama People Like Us, alongside Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks and Michelle Pfeiffer. This performance marked his feature film debut.

Born and raised on Long Island, D'Addario began his acting career on the Broadway stage. At age 7 he made his first appearance on Broadway in the Tony-winning Tom Stoppard trilogy of plays "The Coast of Utopia," directed by Jack O'Brien. The production debuted at Lincoln Center and boasted such talents as Ethan Hawke, Jennifer Ehle and Bryan O'Byrne.

His next Broadway role came in a star-studded production of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," directed by noted British thespian and film actor Simon McBurney. D'Addario co-starred alongside Dianne Wiest, John Lithgow, Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes.

D'Addario's film and television career began when he was cast as young Charles Adams in Tom Hooper's Emmy-winning HBO miniseries "John Adams," starring Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney. He was then featured in Academy Award -winning documentarian Barbara Kopple's "Woodstock: Now & Then," a VH1/History Channel co-production.

D'Addario can be seen in a recurring role on the TBS sitcom "Are We There Yet?" produced by Ice Cube and based on the 2005 film of the same name. His animation and documentary voiceover work has aired on both network and cable television.

A prodigious drummer and rock singer, D'Addario has been a member of the band "Members of the Press" since 2007.

D'Addario currently resides with his family on Long Island.

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