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Trevor Einhorn was an American film and television actor who was best known for his recurring roles on such popular shows as "Frasier" (NBC, 1993-2004) and "Mad Men" (AMC, 2007-2015). Born and raised in Southern California, Einhorn grew up in the tony city of Beverly Hills, where movies stars and various other Hollywood types were his neighbors. Having been surrounded by so much creativity, it was only natural for Einhorn to want to become an actor. He began acting professionally in the mid-90s, when he was still a young teenager, with appearances in films like "BASEketball" (1998) and "Operation Splitsville" (1998), along with a recurring role as Frederick Crane on the hit NBC sitcom "Frasier." He also attended nearby Beverly Hills High School and quickly became actively involved in the school's performing arts department, where he learned how to hone his acting skills in front of a live audience. Einhorn graduated from high school in 2006 and wasted no time in launching his professional acting career on a full-time basis. He began picking up guest spots on shows like "The Office" (NBC, 2005-13) and "Arrested Development" (Fox/Netflix, 2003-06, 2013- ), before nabbing a recurring role as the young copywriter John Mathis on the AMC series "Mad Men." In 2016 Einhorn landed a recurring role on the Syfy series "The Magicians" (Syfy, 2015- ), which premiered its second season in early 2017. 2017 was also the year he played Neil Kellerman in a made-for-TV musical version of the classic dance film "Dirty Dancing" (2017). The TV movie aired on the ABC network in May of 2017.
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