Trevor Wilson has quickly become one of Canada’s greatest exports.
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 Patton Oswalt at the first JFL 42.
He can be seen on A&E’s Breakout Kings, Showcase’s Billable Hours, and CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, and he’s a former Men’s 18-and-Under Canadian Platform Tennis Doubles Champion! … hahaha seriously…
But lets talk about the big one, the credit that gets us so extremely excited. K Trevor Wilson, may be better known to some as Squirrely Dan on Letterkenny.