Trevor St. John attended Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, on a jazz performance scholarship. While there, he caught the acting bug.
His first major acting role was opposite Glenn Close in the television movie Serving in Silence. His other television credits include guest-starring roles on The Client List, Murder She Wrote, Seaquest, Pacific Blue, Diagnosis Murder, Nash Bridges, and Just Shoot Me.
His film credits include The Bourne Ultimatum, The Kingdom, Payback, Crimson Tide, and Higher Learning,. He also appeared in the independent films In The Family and Dog Town.
.“The Art of Getting Over It” marks St. John’s debut as producer/writer/director.
Learn more about Trevor St. John here (IMDB)
Dan Gauthier makes his directorial debut with “The Art Of Getting Over It,” realizing his behind-the-camera dreams after 20 years before it.
Along the way through many television, film, and theater productions, Gauthier crossed paths with Trevor St. John, and their collaboration began.
Gauthier’s notable acting credits include Will and Grace, Friends, Ellen, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Jesse, Cupid, Rude Awakening, Tour of Duty, Courthouse, Sisters, Muscle, Melrose Place, 90210,The Son In Law, and Teen Witch, to name a few.
That experience afforded him the opportunity to work with and learn from some of the industry’s best directors: Robby Benson, Jim Burrows, William Shatner, Andy Ackerman, Shelley Jensen, James Whitmore Jr., Betty Thomas, Bill D’Elia, Steve Rash, and many others. Those experiences proved invaluable in this latest challenge.
Learn more about Dan Gauthier here (IMDB)
While Graham Sharman has been a professional writer for television commercials, corporate videos, print, and Web applications for more than 10 years, this is his first venture into narrative filmmaking.
Don Hamilton /Hamilton Studio & Director Dan Gauthier