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Dillon Casey (born October 29 , 1983), nicknamed "The Irish", is many things - including an actor. He is best known for his role as Trevor Lemonde in the television series MVP. He has appeared in The Best Years and 11 Cameras, among other works in television, film and on stage.

Dillon attended the Tisch School of the Arts in New York City where professors claimed he was the "Next Robert Deniro but funnier". He was born in Las Vegas Nevada where as a child he was Andre Agassi's regular hitting partner. After graduation from Tisch, Dillon moved to Toronto "just to return to his roots" where he was chosen to play the role of "Trevor Lemonde" in a short running CBC show called "MVP". The show garnered attention for the young actor, putting him on a giant billboard in his underwear in Times Square. Not enjoying the path of his career, Dillon travelled on a spiritual journey to Tibet to study under the Dalai Lama. Returning from Tibet, Dillon chose to reside in Los Angeles where he recently received his black belt in Bak Fu Pai Kung Fu.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2001 System Crash Groovy Gary/Tommy Jensen "Good Deeds Done Cheap" (Season 4, Episode 1)
2005 Code Breakers Sentry uncredited
2006 1-800-Missing Steve Biggs "The Drive In "
11 Cameras Chuck Main role
2007 Monster Warriors Jock Strongjaw "Spring Break " (Season 3, Episode 15)
The Best Years Brandon Zimmerman 4 episodes
Too Young to Marry Max Doyle made for television (Lifetime Movie)
Killing Zelda Sparks Bill appearance
2008 Victor Glenn Crossley made for television (CBC)
M.V.P. Trevor Lemonde Main role
House Party Sean Goldstein Main role
Warehouse 13 Cody made for television (The Sci Fi Channel)
Aaron Stone Dax made for television (Disney)
2009 Being Erica Ryan 5 episodes (CBC)
My Nanny's Secret Carter made for television (Lifetime Movie)

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