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From Kristen Alderson (Starr)

"He's very, very sweet off the set. We work really well together." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SoapNet April 2004 Chat Transcript

"Trevor has always been very professional." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SOD 4/15/08

(on who is the easiest to crack up in a scene) "Me. Trevor [St. John, Todd] makes me laugh so hard. Bree [Williamson, Jessica] laughs a lot with Trevor, too." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SOD 10/28/08

"I'm really lucky when it comes to my co-stars. I love the fact that I work with Trevor a lot because he likes to be spontaneous. That's why I think Starr and Todd's scenes are very different. Trevor keeps me on my toes because he always surprises me. Trevor is always throwing out new things at me." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), TV Guide Canada 2/20/09

(on whether she has a bond with Trevor and Kassie) "We all really do. I actually think what makes that bond stronger is that we are all really goofy people. We just laugh constantly. Even when we have serious scenes, there are times where Trevor says one thing and he knows it will crack me up in a scene that is not so traumatic. We all know how to crack each other up. We have a blast, and whenever we are rehearsing our lines, we at least run through it a couple of time in funny voices before doing it normally." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), Michael Fairman Soap Interview, 5/10/09

"Trevor makes me laugh all the time and I can't hold it in. Once I got in trouble because we had to tape the scene like the four times, because Trevor kept doing this one thing that made me laugh so hard. He had to turn me around really fast and go, 'What'd you do?!' and every time I just could not hold it together and then Frank [Valentini, executive producer] finally came on the speaker and was like, 'Kristen, stop laughing!' and then afterward he said, 'I'm sorry, I just thought that would scare you and not make you laugh,' and it worked!" -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SOD.com May 2009

"He's very unpredictable, and that really keeps our scenes alive and fresh. I never know what he's going to do." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SID 5/31/10

"He's such a goofball when we work together. We always have serious scenes, and it's almost impossible for me to not crack up during them. ... You can kind of see Trevor's little jokes here and there in Todd because [the character] can be very funny. ... When you have to react on the spot, it always puts a really interesting spin on our scenes. It's really fun to work with him." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SID 11/1/10

"Gorgeous 'Thank you' flowers from Trevor St. John... Going to MISS him around the studio. Love, love, love him." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), Twitter 7/22/11

"The last day that I taped with Trevor, I went down to his dressing room and I burst out crying. I was so upset that he was leaving. I love him. I really got it out of my system, which was not good, because then when it came to doing those scenes [later], it was hard to put myself back in that situation. I already had mourned his loss a couple of weeks before we filmed it." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SOW 9/20/11

(on her favorite storyline on OLTL in 2011, other than her own) "The two Todds. I was sort of a part of that, but not really. Trevor [St. John, ex-Victor] and Roger [Howarth, Todd]...to see them both on screen together, I thought that was the craziest thing. They couldn't have brought Roger on in a better way." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SID 12/12/11

"Todd and Starr always had the strongest connection. Starr is a daddy's little girl, through and through. I adored working with both Trevor St. John (ex-Victor) and Roger [Howarth, Todd] in different ways. I think it was great for the fans to see Roger and I back on screen together for the end of the show." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SID 1/9/12

(on Trevor St. John and Roger Howarth [Todd]) "They're both so amazing in completely different ways, but I couldn't have been more blessed to work with both of them." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), After the Show with Michael Fairman 1/13/12

(on her favorite OLTL memory) "I have so many memories. Everyone at the studio just cracks me up. Kassie [DePaiva, Blair] is like my second mother, and Trevor [St. John, ex-Todd/Victor] was like my second dad. Everyone is family. We just laughed hysterically even when we filmed dramatic scenes." -- Kristen Alderson (Starr), SID 2/6/12

From Dan Gauthier (Kevin)

"I've also become good friends with Kassie, Trevor and Heather [Tom, Kelly]. Trevor and I have a similar sense of humor, so I'll be bummed if he ever leaves." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOD 6/8/04

(on Trevor's suggestion that Todd and Kevin have sexual tension between them) "We could be daytime's first power gay couple. [Chuckles]" -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), TVGO 7/13/04

(on his friendship with Trevor) "We do all kinds of things together: Go to films, hear music play, go to lunch." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), TVGO 7/13/04

"We have a good time together. Sometimes it's hard to read our lines because we're laughing so much." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOD 3/1/05

(on which OLTL cast-member is the best dancer) "Maybe Trevor. I would say Trevor, or me." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SID 4/12/05

(asked how he plays drunk Kevin so convincingly) "I room with Trevor St. John, and I had a couple of drinks." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOW 9/12/06

(on his most memorable trip with a co-star) "I went to Marco Island with J.P. (Lavoisier, Rex) and Trevor (St. John, Todd). That was really fun. We got to golf four times in two days." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOW 11/7/06

(on Trevor not getting a 2007 Emmy nomination) "That was one of the finest performances I've ever seen. I'm SHOCKED." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SID 4/10/07

(on the 2007 Daytime Emmy nominations) "I was shocked that Trevor St. John wasn't nominated. It almost ruined my nomination. I went from being happy to just really bummed at the same time." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOD 6/19/07

"He is one of my best friends. I directed a short film with him called The Art of Getting Over It. We shot it in Spokane, Washington, and we've been in festivals. We're trying to find the financing to make it a full-length feature. I directed it, Trevor starred in it, and my wife [Lisa Fuller] starred in it, as well. We had the best time ever doing it." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SOD 6/30/09

(on his first day on set) "I'm not sure about my first day, but my first year was really special. The best time I've ever had. Meeting Kassie [DePaiva, Blair] and Trevor [St. John, Victor/Todd] and working with them on a daily basis was as much fun as an actor can have." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SID 2/20/12

(on his favorite scene) "My favorite scene was with Trevor. Kevin and Todd in a dream sequence with Dorian." -- Dan Gauthier (Kevin), SID 2/20/12

From Florencia Lozano (Tea)

"He doesn't try to repeat something if it's been successful in the past; every time is the first time." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOD 12/9/08

(on working with Trevor) "I thought that was a really fun challenge, actually. There's so much we don't know about each other and I like just trusting that we will have something that is ours, to allow Trevor and I to have our own chemistry. He's a lot of fun to play with." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOD 12/9/08

(on the differences between Trevor and Roger Howarth [Todd]) "There's something more boyish about Trevor. There's something a little younger, maybe a little more goofy. I mean, Roger was playful, but in a different way." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOD 12/9/08

(on how a friend advised her to loosen up in her scenes with Todd) "I thought that it was a really good note, because that's what makes acting good: when you can trust your scene partner. I realized how much more fun it is to trust Trevor, that I could just play and feel like I'm going to be caught." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 9/21/09

(on returning to the show in 2008) "I am enjoying myself more than I did before...not that I did not have a great time with Roger Howarth (Ex-Todd, Paul ATWT). I did. But working with Trevor St. John is equally wonderful. I am getting to do a lot of material with Kassie DePaiva, (Blair) which is terrific. It's a good team over here." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), Michael Fairman on Soaps, 12/18/09

(on her Spanish pronunciation of certain character names) "Trevor always makes fun of me with my pronunciation." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), Michael Fairman on Soaps, 12/18/09

"He is very funny, and that cannot be underestimated...the joy of that amidst all this as tragic melodrama...to have someone who is sort of poking fun at every direction, at everyone including himself, is a real joy. I find that very attractive. It gives some relief. He is very grounded and smart, and so it allows me to be able to go off into the stratosphere emotionally, because he is asking questions that are really helpful and plotting our path through all of this material. He is very open to being in the moment. We have so few takes in daytime, and if we try something and it's captured and it takes well, that's the best. We do rehearse when we can." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), Michael Fairman on Soaps, 12/18/09

"He is unique and marches to his own beat, and he is perceptive and playful." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), Michael Fairman on Soaps, 12/18/09

(on working with Trevor) "The line becomes blurred on who's leading and who's following. It's really something that is happening between you that is guiding it. That's ideally what we want to achieve." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 4/5/10

(after hearing Trevor say that it's more romantic to NOT try to be romantic) "I'm with Trevor [St. John, Todd]. It's like, please don't try to make this romantic; it makes my stomach hurt. I think honesty is a turn-on, so if that is what romantic means, there you go." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 7/26/10

(on what it's like to act with Trevor) "He's very different from me, so the things that he does truly surprise me. He makes me laugh all the time, even when I don't want to. That's one of the things that I love about him." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 8/9/10

(on playing the scenes in which Tea tells Todd and Dani that she wants to die alone) "It's hard for all of us, for Trevor (St. John, Todd) and me and Kelley (Missal, Dani). That day, when Tea had to push Todd and Dani away and tell them not to come to hospice with her, the three of us were angry, we were bitchy, we were desperate and sad and exhausted and giddy; it was a whole bunch of different things. ... On Trevor's part, I can't imagine what it would be like for someone to say to you, 'I'm shutting you out.'" -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOW 8/10/10

(on which OLTL character she would want to play for a day) "Todd. And I think I'd want to play him as Trevor [St. John] plays him." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOD 4/12/11

"I think it's fantastic. Trevor does well when he's challenged. It's one of those things where if he doesn't have someone fun to play with, he gets bored and we don't want to see him bored. We like to see him excited. And Roger, he plays it so fantastically, so I'm like, 'Yay!' I love it." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOD 5/3/11

(on the "two Todds" storyline) "It's so absurd. But it's so fun to get to play with Roger Howarth (Todd No. 1) and Trevor St. John (Todd No. 2)." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID E-mail Update 8/5/11

"Roger played Todd as a really damaged individual and a truly frightening one, not that Trevor isn't frightening. But his version of Todd was able to have intimacy with Tea, and that was very different for her. So, she had very different relationships with both men." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID E-mail Update 8/5/11

(on Trevor leaving OLTL in 2011) "It's so sad. I would have loved to have seen him stay. I keep telling him that I don't know what I'm going to do without him. Hopefully, we will work together on something else, maybe in another medium. That would be fantastic." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 8/22/11

(on Trevor and Roger Howarth [Todd]) "I love working with them. They are both such wonderful actors. Kassie [DePaiva, Blair] and I were talking about what a great part, what a taxing part it is. There were those scenes with David Vickers and the journal. They were very funny and weird and they were great together as twins." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOW 9/6/11

(on Roger Howarth [Todd] returning to OLTL) "It's wild after so many years. Roger is very different than Trevor [St. John] and in some ways, we fell right back into the chemistry. It's like playing with your favorite tennis partner. But I'll miss Trevor; I'm not going to lie. I worked with him for a long time and he made me laugh. So does Roger. They are both awesome." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOW 9/6/11

(on Trevor leaving OLTL in 2011) "I was very sad to see him go, absolutely! I hope that we get to work together again. He is a lot of fun to play with, and I learned a lot from him. He's a great person to be in a room with." -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SOW 9/13/11

(on dealing with Trevor's abrupt exit from OLTL in 2011) "I miss him tremendously. Honestly, I wish that they had not had such an abrupt ending. I think they had many more beats to play. It was such a twisted mind-bend that we all had to get into – 'OK. There were two Todds, facial surgery, brainwashing, OK,' – and we could do it and we did do it. We as actors are all willing to take that leap, but then I wish we could have played that out like, 'Wait. What happened? What was the brainwashing like? What were you thinking? What was I thinking?' You know, all of that fine grain stuff that comes out of the actual circumstances. That is what people wanted to watch and what we wanted to play. So I was disappointed that it went down as: 'OK. This is Todd. This is Victor and move on.'" - Florencia Lozano (Tea), Michael Fairman on Soaps 1/6/12

(on her favorite OLTL memory) "I remember one of the first sex scenes I had with Trevor [St. John, ex-Todd/Victor]. We were both trying to sense each other out. He took off his belt and slammed it across the bench. It was so funny. I sort of jumped, and we were playing. We've had a lot of moments like that. I remember when I was in the hospital, he put his feet up on my bed, and we were just talking. Unexpected things that he's done that have put me at ease and made me feel like, 'We're really here.'" -- Florencia Lozano (Tea), SID 1/23/12

From Michael Easton (John)

"I have a lot of fun when I work with Trevor (St. John, Todd)." -- Michael Easton (John), SOW 10/3/06

(poking fun at Trevor's golfing) "Golf? What IS that? That guy will go along with every trend there is. I've never swung a golf club in my life and I'm not going to start." -- Michael Easton (John) SOW 12/4/07

"I love working with Trevor St. John [Todd]. The only problem we have when we work together is we can't stop laughing. The first time we worked together was when Todd and John were looking for Marcie and Tommy. We were told we'd never work together again after that storyline, but when the scenes aired everyone loved them. Trevor and I had a lot of fun and hope their rivalry continues." -- Michael Easton (John), TVGuide Canada 8/13/08

(addressing the rumor that he was offered the role of recast Todd Manning) "I don't remember that ever being the case. Once, I was asked if I wanted to play an existing or new character, but they never mentioned Todd. As an actor, I would always err on the side of taking on a new character. And I think it worked out, because Trevor is perfect as Todd." -- Michael Easton (John), TVGuide Canada 8/13/08

"I think Trevor is fascinating to watch. He certainly was robbed of an Emmy nomination during Todd's execution storyline. I'm sure everyone who was nominated that year was worthy, but in daytime there's a certain level of performance you need to reach to be recognized for an Emmy Award. But Trevor and I try to stay within the means and realities of the writing and characters and not [indulge in histrionics that usually merit nominations]." -- Michael Easton (John), TVGuide Canada 8/13/08

(on filming the climax of the Todd/Marty storyline) "Susan, Trevor [St. John, Todd] and I worked for four days straight, all day, and it was intense, but we enjoyed it." -- Michael Easton (John), SOD 11/18/08

(on John beating up Todd) "But [Trevor St. John] was very good, wasn't he? He did that [beating scene] in one take; that was very well-done (laughs)." -- Michael Easton (John), SOW 12/9/08

"I really enjoy Trevor. I think he makes interesting choices every day and always does something that is really interesting to watch. He's a really great actor, and he doesn't get enough credit for how good he really is." -- Michael Easton (John), SID 11/30/09

(on keeping his wife's pregnancy a secret from most of the OLTL cast) "At OLTL only Bob Woods and Trevor St. John knew." -- Michael Easton (John), TV Guide Online 11/11/11

(on which co-star he grew close to) "Trevor [St. John] was kind of my partner-in-mischief for the last couple of years. I really felt a void when he was gone from the show. He was a good buddy to commiserate with after work and go drink a few pints with and talk about the show. It's funny, because we'd have horrible days and then end up spending the night talking about the show anyway! He was a lot of fun. I couldn't look at him without trying to keep a straight face. We were supposed to be serious all the time and say that we hated each other, but I always really enjoyed working with him." -- Michael Easton (John), SOD/SOW OLTL Tribute Magazine January 2012

(on working with babies on soaps) "On top of that, kids are great because you never know what they are going to do on camera! It's kind of like working with Trevor St. John (Ex-Todd/Victor Jr.). You never know what they are going to do! (Laughs)" -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 1/10/12

(on reuniting with fellow OLTL stars for the "Loving Llanview" fan event) "It's a lotta fun being with Trevor St. John (Victor Jr.), Melissa [Archer, Natalie], Kassie DePaiva (Blair), Hillary B. Smith (Nora) and JP Lavoisier (Rex)." -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 6/7/12

(on whether or not he would want his character, John, to find the presumed-dead Victor Jr.) "Oh, find Trevor? Oh God! I wasn't too sure about the ending and how that all came about." -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 6/7/12

"I thought it was a lot of fun having Trevor St. John and Roger Howarth (Todd) on the show at the same time. I think they should have continued that on. Now I don't know what was going on with people's contracts and leaving, or coming and going, but I think we had just gotten to a really interesting point in the storytelling and that would have been great." -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 6/7/12

(on his OLTL friendships) "I still talk to Melissa Archer. I still see and talk to Trevor St. John. I see Roger Howarth. Probably the hardest thing when I walked out of One Life's studio on the final tape day, in the back of my mind, I was going, 'I think there is a chance I am never going to see most of these people ever again.'" -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 6/7/12

(on Trevor's performance in the indie film In the Family) "He is amazing, isn't he? Trevor is an amazing actor. I think the year he was put in the death chamber and sentenced to death by lethal injection as Todd he should have gotten an Emmy. Every so often I will say, they missed one, and that was certainly one they missed. But Trevor always does interesting things. I miss his sense of humor. I haven't found that quite yet at GH...someone to goof around with. Trevor and I would do whole scenes as pirates sometimes, 'Argh. Bring me Nate.' (Laughs) Only we would be the only ones laughing, but it would be funny! But at the same time, you can't handcuff people like Trevor or Roger Howarth or Tony Geary. You have to just turn them loose, because you will get something interesting out of it." -- Michael Easton (John), Michael Fairman on Soaps 6/7/12

(on keeping up with former OLTL co-stars) "I just got together last week with Trevor [St. John, ex-Victor, OLTL]." -- Michael Easton (John), SOD 7/2/12

(on how he thought his GH co-stars would react to his joining the cast) "You never know. I mean, I always loved when new actors would come onto the show. I can only do so many things with Trevor [St. John, OLTL's ex-Victor], you know? So it was a lot of fun when Roger [Howarth, Todd] came on, because it was different." -- Michael Easton (John), SOD 7/2/12

From Kelley Missal (Dani)

(on her resemblence to Trevor and Florencia Lozano [Tea]) "I didn't think so in the beginning. But the more I see us all on screen, I can see the similarities. It's kind of crazy." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SID 1/25/10

"I see a huge resemblance with me and Trevor [St. John, Todd]. I think it's my jaw; I feel like I look like a lot of guys [laughs]." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SOD 2/23/10

(on filming Tea's cancer reveal) "It's hard for me to open up, but it's such a comfort working with Trevor (St. John, Todd) and Florencia (Lozano, Tea), because they bring good things out of me. They make it feel so real. I'm really lucky to have them in the scenes with me and working with me. They are the best." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SOW 7/13/10

(on her resemblence to Trevor and Florencia Lozano [Tea]) "I didn't think so in the beginning. But now after seeing myself on TV and acting with the two of them, I see the similarities. [Fans] say, 'You look so much like their daughter -- you're the perfect fit.' Even my jawline looks a lot like Trevor's. It's kind of crazy." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SID 8/23/10

(on playing Tea's cancer storyline) "I figured that it had to be delicate, because it's a delicate situation. Me, Flo [Lozano, Tea] and Trevor would talk about it. It came from something personal to all of us, because we put our real emotions into it. I think it was really well-done, and I'm happy with it." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SID 5/2/11

(on her favorite Dani storyline in 2011) "One of the big highlights is Trevor [St. John, ex-Victor] leaving and his death. Todd coming in and all of that was huge this year. That was fun because you know the fans are so involved in it and so emotional so you get really into it, too." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), Soaps In Depth Online 11/28/11

"I loved Trevor, and Florencia was one of the first people I worked with. ... And Trevor is just so fresh, and unpredictable. He always has such great ideas. He makes it so interesting to work with him, and he is hilarious. Trevor is so much fun and taught me a lot. He taught me most to react. Yes, the script on paper tells you the emotion to play, but react and bring something fresh to the screen." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), Michael Fairman on Soaps 1/10/12

(on which two OLTL co-stars she would want to be stranded on a deserted island with) "You know what, my TV parents. Florencia [Lozano, Tea] and Trevor. They're hilarious together." -- Kelley Missal (Dani), SID 2/6/12

From Bree Williamson (Jessica)

(on Trevor not getting a 2007 Emmy nomination) "There must be a mistake. I thought he was going to win." -- Bree Williamson (Jessica), SOW 4/3/07

(on Trevor not getting a 2007 Emmy nomination) "Not only did I think he was going to get nominated, but I thought he would win. I'm just floored." -- Bree Williamson (Jessica), SID 4/10/07

(on playing Jessica, Tess and Bess) "It's lots of work, but it's good; it's exciting. Trevor St. John [Todd] was like, 'Are they going to have you play Todd next week?' It was kinda cute, but I was like, 'No. Just these ones.' I thought it was funny." -- Bree Williamson (Jessica), SOD 12/16/08

(on 2008's Todd and Tess scenes) "It was so much fun! I loved going to work everyday to work with Trevor. I loved going to work every day and being his partner in crime." -- Bree Williamson (Jessica/Tess), Michael Fairman Soaps, 2/27/09

From Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline)

"Trevor is an amazing drummer and percussionist. It's just creatively satisfying and fun. I think we even work better together now because it's a similar creative energy when you're acting together or making music together. We're more in tune with each other. When we're not actually on set working, we're writing music and jamming in different places on the set when no one's using it." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SID 8/31/04

"Another thing about Trevor himself is that he's a wonderful person. We play music together and he plays this little drum called a cajon. I think the times that we've played music together has really helped our characters developed." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SoapNet Chat Transcript 9/16/04

(on which OLTL cast-member is the best dancer) "I would probably say Trevor because I know Trevor and I have had a lot of fun at some Christmas parties. He loves to dance." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SID 4/12/05

"Trevor and I still get to play music together and write together. That makes our chemistry when we do work together even better. We do make music together outside of the show and that's inpsired me to put together a new album." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SoapNet Chat Transcript 4/15/05

(on performing with Trevor St. John on the One Life, Many Voices fundraiser CD) "I just knew that I wouldn't be able to sleep at night if we didn't do something together on the CD. He's just really great on that drum and creates the most amazing sounds. We wish we could do a whole album together." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SID 4/11/06

(about Trevor's drumming) "The man is amazing. He makes the most incredible sounds. What I really like about it is it really exposes the melody and the lyrics because there's nothing else totally going on except for what I'm singing." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SOD 5/9/06

"Trevor [St. John, Todd] said something when we first started to play being on the lam together, and it's a great acting note and definitely true, that there's an enjoyment of being outside what's comfortable to you." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SOD.com 5/10/06

"He looks amazing. He can do extremes. He can be on death row, chained to a bed for months, having not shaven. Or he'll be cleaned up for some Great Gatsby moment." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SOW 7/25/06

(on Trevor not getting a 2007 Emmy nomination) "Of course I was disappointed, but I'm sure it's easier for him because he handles stuff like that so well. He did get noticed, though, because I think [OLTL's] Best Show nomination is largely due to his work." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SID 5/1/07

(on allegations that her contract negotiations were tied to Trevor's) "Ridiculous. Trevor and I are very good friends. And ironically, we were working more closely together at the time when our contracts came up, but at the end of the day, we are two different households and there is no business connection." -- Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), SID 7/3/07

From John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex)

"Trevor goes very much against the grain with what he's doing. He goes in a direction unlike any other." -- John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex), SID 1/31/06

(about Trevor's talent for golf) "He has a natural ability. It's in his blood and ligaments and muscles. He can hit the ball, like, 310 yards. He's got it. if he puts the time and effort into it, which he is, and maybe takes a few lessons, he could be unbelievable. We went nine holes, and he shot a 41. Now that's with never having really played before -- ever. And he was playing with an old set of Dan's [Gauthier, Kevin] clubs. He recently got fitted and got a brand-new set of clubs with a great putter and great drivers. Trevor could go pro, I think, if he really put his mind to it." -- John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex), SOD 9/5/06

(on his current storyline with Spencer and Todd) "It feels great to work a lot, obviously, but I just feel very honored and privileged to have this frontburner storyline with Spencer -- which is tied to Trevor [St. John, Todd], also one of the big swingers on the show -- so I have no complaints." -- John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex) SID 3/13/07

(on which OLTL cast member he would go to for advice) "if it is acting advice, I would go to Trevor St. John [Todd]." -- John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex), SOD 12/4/07

From Brandon Buddy (Cole)

"I love his style. He throws his own spin on things and can make you both laugh and cry. When I'm in my dressing room waiting to go on and he's up, I definitely watch his stuff [on the monitor]." -- Brandon Buddy (Cole), SID 3/27/07

(on which co-stars he would choose to live in a house with him for a reality show) "Trevor [St. John, Todd] because he's an awesome guy, J-P [John-Paul Lavoisier, Rex] and maybe Farah [Fath, Gigi] because you have to have a girl in there, too, to shake things up a little." -- Brandon Buddy (Cole), SOD 7/15/08

(on working with Trevor) "He can be intimidating with those eyes, giving you the stare-down. But now, to challenge myself as an actor, I try to give it back to him! Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't, but it's fun."-- Brandon Buddy (Cole), SID 11/3/08

"I think he's a brilliant actor. He makes the most interesting choices and he's actually one of the actors I've been studying since I've been there. He has a carefree mentality while he acts but he's doing the work. It's obvious he knows what he's doing." -- Brandon Buddy (Cole), SOD.com May 2009

From Erika Slezak (Viki)

(after a fan told her that TSJ said something nice about her on his website) "Well, isn't that nice of him. Trevor and I get along fine. We don't work together that much you know. He's a kind of quirky, very interesting actor. I think he is very talented." Erika Slezak (Viki) Fan Newsletter 7/9/07

(during an interview at Super Soap Weekend 2008) "Working with Trevor [St. John, Todd] is interesting. His Todd is so single-minded and unemotional that it almost makes him unforgivable." -- Erika Slezak (Viki), SOD.com November 2008

(on the Todd and Viki relationship) "It's a very good relationship. I am not taking anything away from Trevor, but it was created by Roger Howarth (Ex-Todd), that relationship and everything that Viki and Todd are for each other. He set the tone for that. Trevor has obviously continued it. It was a slightly warmer relationship in the old days; it is now played completely differently. Basically, Todd wants to listen to his sister, but he doesn't want to listen to her because she always tells him what the right thing to do is and he never wants to do this. Trevor's Todd has matured, and I know he is enormously popular!" -- Erika Slezak (Viki), Advocate.com 11/12/09

"Listen, if Roger [Howarth, Todd] came back, it would be a hell of a good story for both of them. ... It would give Trevor something completely fresh and new to play." -- Erika Slezak (Viki), Official Fanclub Newsletter, November 2010

From David Fumero (Cristian)

(on filming a story involving Todd and Evangeline) "I never really got to work with Trevor before, and I'm having a lot of fun with Renee Elise Goldsberry [Evangeline]. So it's been good to play, and good to watch." -- David Fumero (Cristian), SID 9/12/06

"You never know what he's going to do, and he makes a lot of interesting choices. So it's fun. You learn from different actors, and he's very different from everybody else at OLTL." -- David Fumero (Cristian), SID 6/19/07

From Scott Clifton (Schuyler)

(on Schuyler's interaction with Todd) "He has not had any kind of interaction yet with Todd one-on-one. ... I can't wait for that (laughs). I have a man-crush on Trevor St. John (Todd)." -- Scott Clifton (Schuyler), SOW 1/13/09

(on blocking the scenes in which Todd beats up Schuyler) "They let me choreograph him hitting my head into the door. The line was originally, 'What are you gonna do? You gonna hit me?' and Todd says, 'Actually, yes,' and punches him. But the way it was set up, I needed to go flying upstage and he's right-handed, so if he had punched me, I would have gone downstage. I suggested, 'How about you slam my head into the door, and then I'll go stumbling upstage?' and everybody said, 'But how do we reconcile that with the fact that he says he is going to hit you?' And I said, 'Change the line to, "No!"' ... Him grabbing my nose? I didn't even know he was going to do that." -- Scott Clifton (Schuyler), SOD 6/16/09

(on filming his first scene with Trevor) "That was so cool. We got to go over the script, and he was great about rehearsing. We really talked about that scene, went over it, went through it and analyzed it, and I'm proud of how it turned out." -- Scott Clifton (Schuyler), SOD.com July 20, 2009

From Hillary B. Smith (Nora)

(on the scenes in which Todd admits that he raped Marty) "It is very powerful. Trevor [St. John] did a wonderful job." -- Hillary B. Smith (Nora), SOD 2/10/09

"I enjoy working with Trevor. He can be unpredictable. But my work with Trevor...he makes me think and he makes me work at it. He makes me step back and watch a scene from different directions and then come back to it, and we had these in his jail cell. I basically try to get him to plead guilty for Marty's sake. Trevor got me thinking about it in an exciting way, and he made it a much more exciting thing to play. " -- Hillary B. Smith (Nora), Michael Fairman Soap Interview, 3/13/09

From Eddie Alderson (Matthew)

(on which costar is least like their character) "I'd say Trevor [St. John, Todd] is least like his character. Trevor isn't as scary as Todd; he's a good guy in real life." -- Eddie Alderson (Matthew), SOD 8/24/10

(on who makes him laugh) "Tuc [Watkins, David] or J-P [Lavoisier, Rex]. Trevor [St. John, Todd] actually makes me laugh a lot, too. I'm always laughing whenever I'm at the studio." -- Eddie Alderson (Matthew), SOD 8/9/11

(naming the class clowns among his OLTL co-stars) "Trevor St. John (Victor) always had the people he was working with laughing and also the crew. He was so sarcastic and dry, it was hilarious!" -- Eddie Alderson (Matthew), SID 6/11/12

From Lenny Platt (Nate)

"That's the biggest thing I've learned -- to get down to the work and be focused. I've learned that working with Trevor St. John (Todd), because he's unpredictable, and I have to be ready." -- Lenny Platt (Nate), SID 11/29/10

"His unpredictability really enhances our scenes. It works, and it really reads well on camera. ... My favorite moment thus far was when we were filming the scenes for Tea's bucket list. There was a scene where she told everyone to hold hands. It was not in the script. First, we shot two or three takes where we did it as written. Then, during the third take, Trevor looked at him, winked and grabbed my hand. I went with it and smiled back at him, and that's what actually aired. It was a real moment, and we were both caught up in it." -- Lenny Platt (Nate), SID 12/27/10

(on which actor he would want to trade roles with on OLTL) "I'd have to say Trevor St. John [Todd]. I'm really drawn to bad guys because it's such a departure from who I am and guys that run on a rifferent wavelength. He's just creepy and really intelligent, but just a lethal character. I dig it." -- Lenny Platt (Nate), SOD 8/16/11

"When I got here I remember they told me I was going to be involved with Todd Manning's daughter. My mother would occasionally watch One Life, and I remember Todd Manning had this checkered past, to say the least. I thought it would be really fun to butt heads, and it was fun to work with Trevor St. John. I loved getting to work with the rapist/killer's daughter. (Laughs)" -- Lenny Platt (Nate), Michael Fairman on Soaps 1/10/12

From Others

(on whether or not Walker=Todd) "Trevor has done a magnificent job of slowly layering in gestures, mannerisms, expressions, intensities of feelings that will reveal themselves on August 26 [2003]." -- Michael Malone (ex-headwriter of OLTL), SOD 8/26/03

"What has been so exciting is [bringing] an established star like Kassie DePaiva face-to-face with one of the bright finds of the year, Trevor St. John, who is doing what none of us thought could be done, which is replacing Roger Howarth [as Todd]." -- Brian Frons (ABC Daytime President), SID 1/20/04

"I also love Trevor and Dan [Gauthier, Kevin]. They're crazy. I've gone out drinking with them a couple of times, and they give me a hard time." -- Heather Tom (Kelly), SOD 2/17/04

"Trevor is a very interesting actor." -- Heather Tom (Kelly), SOD 2/17/04

"What does Trevor know about baseball? The Yankees are definitely going all the way this year. He's just a little bitter because he's a Seattle Mariners fan -- that happens when you lose a lot!" -- Kamar de los Reyes (Antonio), SID 6/22/04

"As for Trevor, does he rock or does he ROCK as Todd. I think he is off the charts and not bad to look at either." -- Patricia Elliot (Renee), SOD.com Chat Transcript 2004

"I'd like more scenes with Uncle Bo [played by Robert S. Woods], and I'd also like to work with Trevor St. John more." -- Melissa Archer (Natalie), SOD/SOW December Studio Chat

(on which OLTL cast-members he'd like to share more scenes with) "I'd love to work more with Trevor [St. John, Todd]." -- Josh Casaubon (Hugh), SID 1/17/06

(on whether or not he and Trevor ever fool around in their scenes) "When you're working with a couple of guys who actually like each other off-screen like this, then it's an easy thing to do. ... There was a scene recently where Spencer visited Todd in jail, and Trevor reached over and held my hand. It went on for a good 30 seconds or so before I went, 'How long are you going to hold my hand, buddy [laughs]?' He's usually got something up his sleeve. He's fearless about trying stuff." -- Paul Satterfield (Spencer), SOD 2/7/06

"Trevor's been great. He likes to put himself in danger a lot, which I really appreciate. He doesn't care -- he'll just try anything!" -- Alexandra Neil (Paige), SID 7/4/06

"He's very quick and unpredictable, but not in a way that wouldn't make a scene work." -- Christina Chambers (Marty) SID 2/13/07

(on learning the names of his co-stars) "I have to think about each one. I call Trevor [St. John] 'Todd' sometimes. He just smiles." -- David Chisum (Miles), SOD 3/6/07

(on Emmy noms he was disappointed OLTL missed out on) "I would have loved to have seen Trevor St. John (Todd) and Kassie DePaiva (Blair)." -- Brian Frons (ABC Daytime President), SOW 4/3/07

"I like him. He decided in the final take to pull some stuff, to give me some surprises, and I like that... Should I wind up opposite Trevor again, I think sparks will fly in the best possible way." -- Mark LaMura (Douglas), SOD 4/3/07

"He's definitely someone that you have to be in the moment with and put your eyes and ears on in order to do that dance. From an acting point of view, it's fun." -- David Chisum (Miles), SID 6/5/07

(on whom she'd like to work with more) "Trevor [St. John, Todd]. I would love for some kind of relationship to be set up there, because Sarah had a little bit of history with Todd when she was a kid." -- Justis Bolding (Sarah), SID 3/10/08

(on who in the OLTL could play James Bond) "Oh, I have to say Trevor St. John [Todd]. He's so smooth and smart, and I'm sure he has a gun somewhere." -- BethAnn Bonner (Talia), SID 3/24/08

(on who in the OLTL could play James Bond) "Maybe Trevor [St. John], myself, or John [Brotherton, Jared]. I think all of us can fit the physical demands of the stunts and whatnot. Also, I think we have a similar look and appeal, kind of a mainstream thing happening. And I think of all the cast, we fit the character." -- David Chisum (Miles), SID 3/24/08

(on who in the OLTL could play James Bond) "Trevor St. John. There's kind of a coolness to him. And when I say James Bond, I mean there is NO James Bond except Sean Connery. But if you look at Roger Moore or you look at Pierce Brosnan, then you could see a Trevor St. John. They're all kind of the same ilk." -- Catherine Hickland (Lindsay), SID 3/24/08

"He always does something that is unplanned. But it's great, because if you are there with him, it brings you into the scene." -- Jason Tam (Markko), SID 6/2/08

"I am just getting to know him. I am enjoying working with him very much." -- Andrea Evans (Tina), Michael Fairman Soaps 9/23/08

"During my second stint at One Life, I had to decide whether or not I should recast Todd.. ... But we couldn't let the character of Todd leave the canvas, and Trevor St. John has really made the character his own. In fact, he's doing a wonderful job. ... There was a committee involved in this recast, but during Trevor's audition, which was extraordinary, we all agreed he was Todd. And that unanimous decision is very rare in this business, as you know. It was a risky choice, but he really made it work." -- Michael Malone (former headwriter of OLTL), TVGuide Canada, 10/1/08

(on which performance from another show really impressed her this year) "I love Trevor St. John (Todd, One Life to Live). I think he's always awesome. He brings the high drama to a very interesting level. He's sort of a rare bird in his choices." -- Lisa LoCicero (GH's Olivia), SID 12/15/08

(on the chemistry between Trevor and Susan Haskell [Marty]) "They do sell it!" -- Ron Carlivati (headwriter of OLTL), SID 12/15/08

(on which OLTL performance was stand-out in 2008) "I always enjoy watching Trevor St. John [Todd]. I think he's one of the better actors in daytime. He's really wonderful. if I were to pick a favorite, he's right there in my top three." -- Kamar de los Reyes (Antonio), SID.com December 2008

(on which storyline, other than her own, was the best in 2008) "Any time Todd is enraged and going off the deep-end about something, I tend to watch. So after Starr and Cole had sex, and he beat the crap out of Cole, I was interested in watching those scenes. Trevor can be scary as hell!" -- Farah Fath (Gigi), SID.com December 2008

(on working with Trevor) "We are good together, aren't we? We were shocked at how many fans Todd and Marty had [during the romance]." -- Susan Haskell (Marty), TV Guide Canada 4/8/09

"There's a great sense of humor on OLTL and not just with Tuc Watkins' David, but also with Trevor St. John (Todd). I like him." -- Michael Bruno (soap star agent), SID 5/4/09

(on coming back to OLTL) "And of course, Susan Haskell (Marty), Kassie DePaiva (Blair), Florencia Lozano (Tea), Trevor St. John (Todd) and Michael Easton (John), the people I had scenes with, they really looked out for me. The directors wouldn't go too fast, because they knew I hadn't done this in a while." -- Sean Moynihan (Powell), SOW 5/19/09

"I think Trevor St. John should get an Emmy nomination, but he unfortunately took himself out of the running. I enjoy his work; I think he's very organic and spontaneous and very consistent." -- Kamar de los Reyes (ex-Antonio), SOD.com May 2009

"Trevor and I have not shared any scenes together. We were talking about that yesterday. We shot our first scene and we didn't even have lines together, but we sat next to each other at the funeral we were shooting and I turned to him in the middle of the scene and I said, 'I'm Jared,' and he said, 'I'm Todd.' It's not going to be on camera -- the cameras weren't on us -- but we've become friends and we realized we've never worked together, and I think Jared and Todd should definitely butt heads. I know he always makes interesting choices and I think the world of him as an actor." -- John Brotherton (Jared), SOD.com May 2009

"I think they have an idea of what they want to do with my character, but they're testing chemistry with other actors. I had some good scenes with Trevor a couple weeks ago. It wasn't even written -- it's just what you bring to the table -- and we just changed the blocking a little bit. When it airs, you might know what I'm talking about, but I don't think they'll go down that direction, although I wouldn't mind working with him [laughs]." -- Farah Fath (Gigi), SOD.com May 2009

(on meeting Trevor during her screen test for the role of Marty) "I was testing with Trevor St. John and at one point in the script, I touched him, and for somebody [Marty] who hates him that much to break the physical boundary, he was kind of shocked that he lost where he was in the scene and I was like, 'Oh, yeah.' I think he's so beautiful and awesome on the show and I was intimidated. So Trevor was in the rehearsal hall downstairs waiting to go in to blocking, and I was like, 'Hi, my name's BethAnn,' and he was like, 'Trevor.' And I was like, 'Will you run these lines with me?' I knew them inside and out but it was him, and I got through a line and started laughing and acting like a total dork. And because I did that, when I got up to the floor, I felt more like equals and I got over it." -- BethAnn Bonner (ex-Talia), SOD.com May 2009

(on who he stays in touch with from the show) "I've been in contact with Trevor [St. John, Todd] and Bree [Williamson, Jessica] a little bit, and I've been meaning to write Kathy [Brier, Marcie] an e-mail just to say hey." -- Chris Stack (ex-Michael), SOD Online 6/17/09

(on working with Trevor) "He gives me great ideas. He told me to act like a bad boy and stuff like that, like to not be afraid to talk to him like that. if I talked like that to my real parents I'd get grounded!" -- Carmen LoPorto (Jack), SOD.com August 2009

"We are moving on up to the west side and the dressing rooms are bigger and now I am solo! (Laughs) I was sharing with Trevor St. John, and he taught me a lot of bad habits. (Laughs) I love Trevor. We play golf together! I have to admit, there was one tear, a single tear, a Tom Cruise single tear, and we moved on." -- Brett Claywell (Kyle), Michael Fairman on Soaps 2/26/10

"What a blast to see Trevor St. John (Todd, OLTL) and Bradford Anderson (Spinelli, GH) together. It was so fun, and those guys were so great together. And, Trevor is such an interesting actor. He is just incredibly spontaneous, and Bradford was coming up with all types of different ideas." -- Frank Valentini (OLTL executive producer), Michael Fairman On Soaps 7/8/10

(on filming the "What If" video with Trevor) "I knew we'd have quite an adventurous time. And we sure did!" -- Bradford Anderson (GH's Spinelli), SID 7/26/10

"I love having scenes with Trevor [St. John, Todd]. I don't know if there's a love story there, but there's a good working relationship, so we'll see what naturally comes to be." -- Gina Tognoni (Kelly), SOD 9/14/10

(on which co-star she'd love to switch bodies with for a day) "Maybe [I'd switch] with Trevor [St. John, Todd], to see what the hell is going on in there. Because he's like the mystery guy; I don't really know him. Plus, he has a beautiful family, so why not?" -- Robert S. Woods (Bo), SID 1/10/11

"It's a powerhouse cast [Trevor] St. John, [Roger] Howarth, Ted King (Tomas), Kassie DePaiva (Blair) and Florencia Lozano (Tea) -- and I'm excited about crossing these people together and how they're all going to play into it." -- Ron Carlivati (OLTL headwriter), SOW 5/3/11

(on what happened after Trevor announced he was leaving OLTL in 2011) "He was asked to rejoin the show, to re-up and stay under contract at his present salary, not at a cut, and he refused. And then once the breakdowns and scripts were done, he wanted to stick around and be noncontract, but we couldn't accommodate that after everything had been written." -- anonymous setside source, SOD 7/19/11

(on whether or not he enjoyed Trevor as Todd) "Oh absolutely! And while Trevor has been a different Todd, he has been a fantastic Todd. I was excited about having both guys on the canvas as viable characters regardless of what we would be calling them. So yes, in no way was I chomping at the bit to get Roger back so that I could replace Trevor with him." -- Ron Carlivati (OLTL headwriter), Michael Fairman Interview, 7/28/11

(on Kelly and "Todd"/Victor) "Talk about your heavy-hitters! I know! But then, 'boom' no manifestation. Working with Trevor was fabulous and really fun. I think he takes chances. It is hard to do daytime because there is so little rehearsal and we move so fast. Trevor really goes for it, and he really makes a choice. He gives you a lot to react off of." -- Gina Tognoni (Kelly), Michael Fairman Interview 8/24/11

(on why he refused to return to OLTL in 2011) "They wanted me to bring the real Todd [home] and I'm like, 'I don't get it, I don't understand. You want me to come back so that you [can] ask your audience to say that this new actor that you thought for the last eight years, Trevor [St. John], is your Todd, everyone knows him as Todd, and now you go, "No, idiot, that wasn't really Todd," [and] Roger [Howarth] comes into it? That doesn't make sense to me. That works on the radio, you can't do that on TV, I don't buy that. If you need someone to guide him in, I'm not your man.'" -- Thorsten Kaye (Patrick), SOW 9/6/11

"He was following in someone else's footsteps, but he made it very much his own. But when you saw him on screen with Roger Howarth (Todd), they were very different, which was great." -- Ted King (Tomas), SID 10/31/11

(on OLTL's best storyline of 2011) "The Todd and Victor story. Seeing the two of those guys together? That was a great acting treat." -- Ilene Kristen (Roxy), SID.com 11/28/11

(on which co-stars she wishes she could have worked with more) "I wish I had more scenes with Trevor [St. John] and Roger [Howarth]. I always thought because Natalie was so edgy and Todd being so crazy, it would be cool for them to build this bond. Or just to have them at each other's throats more!" -- Melissa Archer (Natalie), SOD/SOW OLTL Tribute Magazine January 2012

(on whether or not he misses Trevor) "When Trevor was working here, he was such a great person to work with...and his acting is so great, too. Because of that, to play Jack and Victor Jr's relationship, it became a lot easier to like him and know that I have to think that he is such a great guy, and that 'Scarface' killed him. Everyone knows Roger Howarth's Todd as 'Scarface' now! (Laughs). Roger is great too, by the way, but for the storyline it made it much easier to like Trevor's Todd (or Victor Jr.) and not like Roger's Todd!" -- Andrew Trischitta (Jack), Michael Fairman on Soaps 1/10/12

(on which soap actor she was most intimidated by) "I'm going to say Trevor St. John (ex-Victor, OLTL). He can be a tough interview, if he agrees to talk to you at all." -- SOW reporter Gabrielle Winkel, SOW 3/6/12

(on the OLTL finale) "And...what a topper! Having Trevor St. John (Ex-Victor Jr.) show up in the last scene! I did not know that was coming. I did not know 'till it aired. It was such a blast for us, because we were watching it with fans of the show, and it was such surprise to them as it was for us! And we were all thinking, 'This is the last one, and what a way to go out!'" -- David Gregory (Ford), Michael Fairman on Soaps 11/9/12


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