Trent was born in Tennessee and is now a L.A. based singer/songwriter who has a talent for blending traditional country music with modern country sounds.
Trent was born in Oak Ridge Tennessee at a whopping 10 1/2 pounds. He was called Tub as a kid and later grew into his 6'1" frame.
He attended Holston High School in Knoxville and the University of Tennessee where is studied Theatre and Voice and was a UT Singer.
Trent then moved to the Dallas Fort Worth area and preformed as a singing cowboy in The Crazy Horse Saloon at Six Flags over Texas and was a successful model with Elite Models.
His next move was to New York where he was a full time acting student at HB Studios studying with legends such at Uta Hagen and Sandy Dennis. While in New York he appeared in a recurring role on "One Life to Live".
Trent made his way to Hollywood and found success in feature films such as "Demolition Man", "Gettysburg", "The Expert" and "Gods and Generals".
He also continued his love for music and songwriting and released his first CD on Comanche Records titled "Absolutely". Many of his songs can be heard on the soundtracks to "Try 17" staring Elijah Wood and Mandy Moore and "Daybreak" where Trent sings "Absolutely" and "Teach Me About Love": both found on this CD.
He is also a member of several highly successful Improv/Sketch Comedy Groups including "Lurlene", "Smoke the Kitty", and "By the Seat of Our Pants".
Other stage appearances include stand-up at "The Improv" and "Manhattan Punch Line", Off Broadway in "Oh Boy" at the Producers Club and "Reckless" in the "Nashville Shakespeare Festival".
He is currently writing new material for his second CD and working in Film and Television in Hollywood, California.