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Trevor Gagnon born 4 September 1995, Thousand Oaks, California, USA appears in the hit comedy series The New Adventures of Old Christine, in which he plays the title character’s son, Ritchie, opposite Emmy-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

In 2008, he was heard as the lead voice of Nat in the animated 3-D adventure feature Fly Me to the Moon, which hit screens and IMAX theaters in August 2008. The fantastic animated 3-D journey tells the tale of three ‘tween-aged flies stowing away aboard the Apollo 11 flight to the moon. Gagnon also voices a lead role in Cartoon Network’s animated series Happy Monster Band, as one of the silly monsters who teach pre-schoolers about the wonderful countries around the world.

Gagnon made his acting debut at the age of six in Iron Jawed Angels, a drama about the struggles of the Women’s Suffrage Movement in the early 1900s. The acclaimed HBO movie starred Hilary Swank, Angelica Huston and Patrick Dempsey.

He made his feature film debut in Tim Burton’s Big Fish, starring Albert Finney, Jessica Lange, Danny DeVito, and Ewan McGregor. Gagnon subsequently appeared in the films Loggerheads and Southern Belles, both of which were filmed near his hometown in North Carolina. He plays 'Loogie' in the Robert Rodriguez film Shorts (2009) and filmed a short Hip-Hop Headstrong where he plays Billy.

Since 2003, Gagnon has done several television commercials and print ads. He spent time on Dr. Phil’s television show as a celebrity guest, and has donated his time to such charitable organizations as the Ronald McDonald House, The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and The Painted Turtle organization, started by Paul Newman, as a way to give back to the community.