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Kevin Trainor

Kevin Trainor
Full name
Kevin Trainor
Place Of Birth
Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland, UK
5.62 ft   (1.7145 m)
FAO: Kevin Trainor
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11 Connaught Place
London W2 2ET, UK

Raised in Kilkeel, County Down, Kevin Trainor is a graduate of Cambridge University with a BA in English, as well as the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). He is a fluent Spanish speaker and an excellent flamenco dancer.

Kevin's first major screen role was as the young Trevor Bruttenholm in the prologue to the film adaptation of Mike Mignola's comic book character 'Hellboy' (2004), a character played in the remainder of the film by John Hurt. Other appearances include 'The Catherine Tate Show' (2006), the multi award winning HBO mini-series 'John Adams' (2008) as Adam's second son Charles, comedy series 'The Café' (2011), and as Billy in 'Sherlock: The Hounds of Baskerville' (2012)

Kevin appeared on stage throughout his studies at Cambridge and RADA, and continues to play roles around the country. His credits include the 2005 season with The Royal Shakespeare Company, 'Six Degrees of Separation' at the Old Vic, 'Canary' at the Liverpool Everyman, the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn musical collaboration 'By Jeeves', and 'The Playboy of the Western World' at the Old Vic.

Series 4


Pilot: A Study in Pink

The Abominable Bride

Many Happy Returns