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TREY was in the short-lived NBC sitcom, NEXT CALLER opposite Dane Cook, Jeffrey Tambor, Collette Wolfe, and Joy Osmanski. Trey played Kent, the bored receptionist whose catchphrase was, "I hate it." Four episodes were filmed but the show was pulled from the Midseason lineup while in production on the fifth episode. Trey was with the project from the pilot until the cancellation. Stephen Falk was the creator and Showrunner.

Trey also has recurring roles on Netflix's ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK and Hulu's DEADBEAT. Other television credits include FX's YOU'RE THE WORST, The CW's THE CARRIE DIARIES, TVLand's YOUNGER, TNT's PUBLIC MORALS, and the NBC version of UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT.

Residing in New York City, Trey is a proud member of both professional actor unions Actor's Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild ‐ American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Acting from Coastal Carolina University where he received 6 Irene Ryan Acting Nominations in 4 years from the Kennedy Center's prestigious KCACTF. Trey spent a year interning at Maine State Music Theatre and Florida Repertory Theatre. He spoke a little about his experience in this 2009 article for the national publication: Southern Theatre.

On the other side of the table, Trey has worked as an ASM on the national tour of Billy Elliot, Assistant to Cameron Mackintosh's directing team for the 25th Anniversary tour of Les Miserables, and in Company Management for the national tours of Beauty & the Beast and The Drowsy Chaperone. Trey was also the "poster boy" for the national tour of Spring Awakening.

Trey is a proud graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanitites residential High School.