I have always felt that young talent is the heart of the entertainment industry, after all they are our future as cliche as it sounds. Disney has been a profitable young talent machine making young talent, every day house hold names.
Either you believe it to be a bias blog review or not take it as you will. I say this as a disclaimer due to the fact that I have watched personally young talent Trevor Jackson grow up these last few years through our love of capoeira.
Trevor Jackson is one to watch for, more than a triple threat, this young man is a human sponge when it comes to the arts. Music, to dance, acting, to martial arts I haven’t quite ever met a person that can excel at everything that they touch like Trevor Jackson.
His new project can be seen tomorrow on the Disney channels new movie “Let it Shine.” Far from being his first notable debut. Trevor track list of projects parallels one that many adult entertainers would strive to achieve.
From the beginning of Young Simba in the musical theatrical production The Lion King a broadway hit, current series regular in Syfy channels hit “Eureka.” in addition to be a rising star as a recording artist with influencers like Michael Jackson, Trevor Jackson has his hands in every pot in the entertainment industry and intends to rock all his endeavors to the fullest.
Despite his busy schedule in a very often at times skewed and unstable industry, Trevor Jackson stays grounded through the people that surronds him. From his extraordinary and supportive mother (far from the stage mothers that we are all too familiar with,) to his outside normal kid activities such as Capoeira and being active in his martial arts group being mentored by my very own Capoeira profesor Axe Vita.
Check out his official website launch tomorrow:
www.officialtrevorjackson.com to coincide with his new release on the Disney Chanel at 8pm “Let it Shine”