Trevor Wells: Thank you for agreeing to this interview, Carl! It's much appreciated. Like most of my interviews, let's start with the basics: what first inspired you to go into acting?
Trevor Wells: Hello Carrie! It's nice to officially meet you and I thank you again for agreeing to this interview. So, to start with the basics: what got you interested in acting?
Trevor Wells: Thank you for your time, Brianne! Lovely to speak with you. So, let's start things off with the basics: what first drew you to the world of film?
Trevor Wells: Hello Courtney! Thank you for agreeing to this interview, it's much appreciated. Congrats on your debut to Lifetime filmmaking! So, first things first: what first drew you to pursue acting?
Trevor Wells: Thank for this opportunity to speak with you, Mark! So, let's start at the beginning: what drew you to the crazy world of filmmaking? Skimming your IMDB, I see that your history with Lifetime dates back to the 90's.
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