Trev Broudy was born on October 21, 1968 in California, USA. At first he was a model and then became an actor.
Biography and Career :
He became famous for all people in 2002 when he was attacked. The event happened on September 1, 2002 when he and his friend Edward Ulett left his house and three men, Larry Walker, Torwin Sessions and Vincent Dotson beat them. He stayed in coma for 10 days. He believes the reason of the attack is him being gay and also the candlelight vigil organized by the West Hollywood gay community.
He appeared in the movie "The Fluffer" and he narrated the VH1 special 'Totally Gay!' in 2003. In 2007 he will appear along George Clooney in 'Fracture'. He also has a voice actor career and he performed in television and radio commercials. He played the role
of Cole Yeager in "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent".
- He was attacked outside his West Hollywood home with a baseball bat by three men in September of 2002. He went into a coma and stayed in hospital for 10 weeks. He still suffers recurrent headaches from that attack and recovered only half his vision. He thinks he was the target of an anti-gay hate crime, although the official motive was robbery.