According to Deadline, Trevor is attached to the television adaption of thriller series “The Man Who Wasn’t”. If this pans out, I’m super excited to see Trevor back on TV regularly. Read the full article below.
Thomas Caplan’s Ty Hunter series of novels about a military badass-turned-movie star-turned-spy might be going to the small screen. Producer Garth Ancier is in talks with Caplan to develop the series for television, with Trevor Donovan (History’s Texas Rising) attached to the series in the lead role.
The books follow movie star Ty Hunter, an A-list idol whose past as a covert operative leads to his recruitment by the President of the United States to stop the trafficking of illicit nuclear weapons, re-igniting a clandestine career where Hunter’s fame becomes his cover. The first book, The Spy Who Jumped Off the Screen, was released in 2012 with a forward by former President Clinton. The proposed series would be based on The Man Who Wasn’t, the upcoming second book.
Donovan is repped by manager Michael Yanni and APA.
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PerezHilton.com has posted photos from a new Texas Rising inspired shoot. It’s incredibly sexy and definitely very cowboy-y/western themed. Check out the gorgeous pictures in the gallery!
Update: I’ve updated the gallery with fourteen photos exclusive to T-D.org! Check them out!
While Trevor attended the 55th Monte Carlo TV Festival, he did a portrait shoot for Francois Durand. The fifteen gorgeous photos can be found in our gallery!
Photoshoot Sessions > [x15] Session 33 – Francois Durand
Trevor Donovan has been a favorite here on TheBacklot ever since he played adorable (and sexy) Teddy Montgomery on the 2008-2013 reboot of 90210. Since then he’s made appearances on various series like The Client List and Melissa & Joey, but this weekend he heads west along with Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Brendan Fraser for the History Channel’s much-anticipated Texas Rising. The mini-series is directed by two-time Oscar-nominated director Roland Joffé (The Killing Fields, The Mission) and Donovan plays “Kit Acklin” a “wise-ass and expert horseman whose chivalry and equestrian skills are matched only by his gun-fighting prowess.”
Texas Rising premieres this Memorial Day (Monday, May 25th) but while we’re waiting for cowboy Donovan, these images from photographer Manfred Baumann for Fitness Gear can certainly keep us occupied.
Photoshoot Sessions > [x05] Session 32 – Manfred Baumann for Fitness Gear
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Here is a brand new photoshoot taken for Coco Perez, a part of PerezHilton.com! The shots are stunning and Trevor looks great! Check ’em out in the gallery.
Photoshoot Sessions > [x07] Session 31 – Coco Perez
Texas Rising On Memorial Day. Actor Trevor Donovan is Kit Acklin. Read About His Real Life. Ten Things You Should Know.
Upcoming 2015 TV shows. Texas Rising is an upcoming History Channel 5-part TV miniseries. It tells the story of how the Texas Rangers were created. The series is directed by Roland Joffé and due on Memorial Day. Some of the characters are based on real people. Today, the real life of Kit Acklin. Actor Trevor Donovan plays the role as Kit Acklin. Ten things you should know:
1.- Christopher B. (Kit) Acklin who was a Texas Ranger in the 1840s.
2.- He was born in in Huntsville, Alabama. Huntsville was founded by Kit’s grandfather, Col. John Hunt.
3.- We don’t know when Kit Acklin moved to Texas. But he was one of the participants in the August 12, 1840, Battle of Plum Creek.
4.- The Battle of Plum Creek was a clash between allied Tonkawa, militia, and Rangers of the Republic of Texas and a huge Comanche war party under Chief Buffalo Hump, which took place near Lockhart, Texas, following the Great Raid of 1840 as the Comanche war party returned to west Texas.