Trent Ford

Trent Ford

Highest Rated: 86% Gosford Park (2001)

Lowest Rated: 15% September Dawn (2007)

Birthday: Jan 16, 1979

Birthplace: Akron, Ohio, USA

Born in Cleveland but raised in Britain, American actor Trent Ford attended Cambridge as a young man, then fell into his career niche in the City of Angels. Sporting a killer visage that made many a female audience member swoon, Ford divided his time between onscreen work -- nearly always appearing in films as the slick heartthrob boyfriend -- and print modeling (for Abercrombie & Fitch and other brands). Ford's dramatic career commenced on a regal note when he signed to appear in director Robert Altman's 2001 drawing-room mystery Gosford Park opposite Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren, Michael Gambon, Clive Owen, and others. He scored a plum romantic lead opposite teen pop star Mandy Moore in the sweet-natured romantic comedy How to Deal (2003), then received a bit of humorous typecasting with a bit part in Michael Bay's 2005 actioner The Island (where Ford plays the Calvin Klein Model). Ford then joined the cast of two 2007 films that, taken together, suggest his willingness to tackle a host of genres with equal aplomb:Christopher Cain's revisionist Western September Dawn and Joby Harold's psychological thriller Awake.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Deserted Troy 2016
25% Burning Blue Dan 2014
No Score Yet Rez Bomb Actor 2008
15% September Dawn Jonathan Samuelson $1.1M 2007
No Score Yet Shark Bait Percy 2006
36% Park Nathan 2006
40% The Island Calvin Klein Model $35.9M 2005
36% She Gets What She Wants Ed Mitchell 2005
27% How to Deal Macon Forrester $14.2M 2003
86% Gosford Park Jeremy Blond $41.3M 2001
20% Deeply James 2001


No Score Yet The Mentalist
Gavin Yardley 2013
44% The Class
Benjamin 2007
No Score Yet Grounded for Life
Steve 2004
78% Smallville
Mikail Mxyzptlk 2004
75% The West Wing
Jean Paul Jean-Paul 2003


Macon says: You're gonna let this slide, because it's only the first day, it was an honest mistake, and the fire got put out as quickly as it was started.

Macon says: Hey, I'm back.

Halley says: You really don't get it, do you? And I don't wanna wait for you to grow up.

Halley says: Oh, Macon, I think I like you too much already to actually go out with you.

Macon says: What kinda logic is that?

Halley says: It's logical logic. Haven't you ever noticed that when two members of the opposite sex get together eventually someone ends up getting hurt.

Macon says: You're afraid to go out with me because you might actually like me?

Halley says: No... but that's a good theory I guess if you wanna protect your fragile male ego because you can't handle rejection.

Halley says: I imagine Star Wars figurines must be expensive.

Macon says: I don't have Star Wars figurines... well, not many. But I don't play with them... much.

Macon says: If you are ready to jump, I will be here to catch you.