Kea Trevett

Kea Trevett is an actress and theater artist based in her hometown of New York City. She holds a BA in Theater Studies and Creative Writing from NYU and an MFA in Acting from Columbia University. Kea is a core ensemble member of The Lonely Painter Project, and a teaching artist with Classic Stage Company and Theater for a New Audience.

Theater credits include The Last Match (Roundabout), Little Rock (Sheen Center), Othello, The Comedy of Errors (Classic Stage Company), Last Night in Inwood (Signature Studio), the world premiere of Antigone in the World (dir. Gregory Mosher), A Tale Told By An Idiot (Lincoln Center), Joy (dir. Katie Cappiello), and an all-female Richard III, directed by NYTW fellow Nana Dakin. Kea has developed new work with The Lark, New Georges, Ars Nova, Ensemble Studio Theater, Cherry Lane, Theater Masters, Page 73, Irish Rep, HB Studios, and Guild Hall. She was most recently onstage as the Princess of France in Love's Labors Lost at The Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis.

Film credits include The Kindergarten Teacher, directed by Sara Colangelo and starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, Milkwater, dir. Morgan Ingari and starring Molly Bernard, and Girl Talk, dir. Erica Rose (World Premiere at Outfest Los Angeles 2018). TV credits include the FX miniseries, Fosse/Verdon, and Mordeo, Season 1, now available on Crypt TV. Additional credits include: Ice Cold, dir. Sekiya Dorsett (World Premiere Frameline 42, New York premiere at Newest 2018), and Two Birds, dir. Caitlin Stickels (world premiere at NewFest 2016, Best Short at ClexaCon, Jury Prize winner at NCGLFF in North Carolina, and Best Student Made Film at aGLIFF). Her second collaboration with Caitlin Stickels, Tell Me Twice, is an official selection at ClexaCon 2018, Frameline 42, Chicago Reeling, and received its New York premiere at The New York Shorts International Film Festival. Kea also stars in Coming to Terms, which premieres this summer at the LA Shorts International Film Festival, an Oscar and BAFTA qualifying festival.

Kea is a proud member of Actors' Equity and SAG-AFTRA. She is represented by David Cash of Nicolosi & Co, Brantley Brown of Authentic Talent, and Michael Raymen of Buchwald.