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Trevor Andrew Biography

Birthdate: August 31, 1979
Birthplace: Falmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

This Canadian snowboarder has not only made a name for himself on the slopes, but also in the music scene. Kidzworld's got the 411 on Trouble!

Growing Up

Trevor was born in Nova Scotia, Canada where he started skateboarding when he was just seven years old. Through skateboarding he developed a fascination for snowboarding and would go to the local hill to practice. But since there were no big ski resorts in Nova Scotia he started looking west where the mountains were. When he was 16 years old, he moved to Whistler, Canada to pursue a professional career at boarding.

Career

Trevor's has made a name for himself on the mainstream and underground circuit. He participated in both the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympic Games for the halfpipe competition. He has even competed in the 2000 X Games. His accomplishments in snowboarding films has given him an underground cult following. Trevor is famous for his 13-foot McTwists on the halfpipe.

Music

After Trevor blew his knee snowboarding in 2004, he had a lot of downtime so he started experimenting with music. Before long he formed a rock music band named Trouble Andrew. He is the lead singer of the four-man band, who have an 80's rock sound. Trevor's musical influences range from Black Flag to Tupac to the Beach Boys. In 2007, he started his own record label CTG Records and already has a couple of artists under his label. His music has appeared on his snowboarding DVD's. His band has performed at the X-Games and has even gone all the way to Japan to play.

Did U Know?

  • Trevor is 5'10" tall and weighs 150 pounds.
  • Trevor's nicknames are Trouble, Trev Hollywood, Trev Dirt and Trev Bills.
  • Trevor resides in Whistler, BC and also spends time in New York City.
  • Trevor Andrew is sponsored by Burton.

Trevor Says...

"Snowboarding have giving me everything. It has shown me the world which I am influenced by every day."

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