Trevor Boyce is an actor, best known for his roles in The Machine of Munich series. In 2017, he starred as Inspector Hobbes in The Machine of Munich, and cameoed as a drug cartel goon named Calvin in The Trial of Munich: The Machine of Munich II. In 2018, he starred as Inspector Spiff in The Battle of Munich: The Machine of Munich III.
Trevor met Scott Pincus in their German class in late 2014, and the two became good friends. For the next few years, Scott never made any movies with Trevor, though he was briefly present on the set of Bread's Crumbs 2: Electric Boogaloo in June 2015. Trevor was also present for the screening of Isarus in April 2016.
In April 2017, Scott worked with Trevor and several other actors, including friends Steven Rizzo and Josh Nedved, to make The Machine of Munich. The film served as a project for their German class, with the prompt having the film center around a "mechanical doppelgänger". Trevor played Inspector Hobbes, one of the film's central protagonists. The film was released on April 10, and screened in class several days later; Trevor was present for the screening.
After graduating high school, Scott maintained contact with Trevor. In October 2017, Trevor and several other actors began discussions with Scott about making a sequel to The Machine of Munich. Trevor filmed the project, The Trial of Munich: The Machine of Munich II, with new and old cast members in early November. Trevor had a small role as a drug cartel goon named Calvin. The film was released on November 10 - seven months after the first film.
On February 2, 2018, Scott texted Trevor and several other actors about the prospect of a third and final Machine of Munich film. Steven Rizzo, Josh Nedved and Josh Reiner agreed to participate in the film, and on May 14, Trevor was officially cast in the project. He began filming the project, titled The Battle of Munich: The Machine of Munich III, from May to June. He portrays Inspector Spiff, the brother of Inspector Hobbes, who he played in the first film. Trevor unexpectedly left the set of the film early, resulting in his role being slightly cut down.