Trevin John Valentine is the firstborn child of actor Scott Valentine and his first wife, Kym Denyse. He was born on May 8, 1986, in Los Angeles, California; Trevin John has three siblings Caden Edward, Shayler Stephenson, and Jesstin Jay-Owen.
Education and Career
Trevin John Valentine grew up in Los Angeles, California, and she attended schools in his hometown. However, Trevin has not made public the names of the institutions he attended. Besides, it is unclear what Trevin majored in college. Regarding his career, little is known, but he probably runs a business or is employed to support his family.
Trevin’s father does not like posting on social media platforms, so it is hard to tell much about his life and that of his sons. Trevin John has not revealed if he is married and how many children he has. He prefers to lead a private life and avoid public scrutiny and media attention.
His Parents Love Life
Trevin John’s parents met in the 1980s; they dated for a while before getting married on September 29, 1985. The couple was together for 26 years and had four children; however, on Valentine’s Day in 2012, they decided to end their marriage. Trevin’s father stayed single for a while before marrying Jennifer Wood in November 2021.
It is unclear if Trevin’s mother remarried or is still single; she has stayed away from the public, and most details about her personal life are unknown.
About His Father
Trevin’s father started acting a year after joining college; he then attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he completed his training. He began appearing in plays until his acting career halted in 1981 after suffering an accident. Trevin’s father returned to the acting industry three years later, landing the role of Nick Moore in the show Family Ties.
Scott Valentine appeared in Family Ties for four years, appearing in forty-four television show episodes. He also had a minor role in Knight Rider in the same year. His other television credits in the 1980s include The Art of Being Nick and Matlock. Trevin’s father had a role in the animated series Phantom 2040.
In 2001, Trevin John’s father portrayed Detective Steve Rafferty in the superhero series Black Scorpion. He then played Dr. Steven Rydell in CSI: NY. Trevin’s father also appeared in Batman Beyond, Martial Law, The Waterfront, Promised Land, Superman, Renegade, Iron Man, Murder, She Wrote, and Sirens.
Trevin’s father made his film debut in 1982, appearing as Swingdog Dope Busboy in Waitress! Four years later, Scott Valentine appeared in two movies, True Stories, and Deadtime Stories. His other film credits include Killer Instinct, My Demon Lover, Without Her Consent, Object of Obsession, Frostbite, After Shock, Black Scorpion Returns, and Black Ball.
Trevin John Valentine is not on social media platforms. No accounts of him can be found on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. His father is active on Facebook but rarely posts pictures of his son.