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(Trevor Aimes) "Trevor Aimes is a very clever boy. He gets away with things with his Dad, but his Mom doesn't let him," says Bobby E. McAdams II of the character he plays on the new comedy series. For inspiration, the ten year-old says he had to look no further than the closest mirror. "He's very close to me," states McAdams.

Born on a November 19 in Annapolis, MD the New York-based young actor will soon be making the move to Los Angeles to begin working on his first West Coast-based show.

A music teacher first noticed something special in McAdams and recommended to his parents that he start auditioning because she saw something beyond his singing talents. "I always wanted to act and sing," says McAdams, and he got the chance almost immediately when he was cast in the lead for a local production of "The Wiz."

His additional television credits include principal roles in NBC's critically acclaimed series "Homicide" and "New York Undercover," both shot in New York City.

He can be seen in the upcoming feature film, "Home For The Holidays," directed by Jodie Foster.

When he's not in front of a camera, the energetic youth likes to rollerblade, play basketball and soccer. He also enjoys go-carting, going to the movies and playing with his X-men.