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|Known relatives:||Kirsty Cotton |
|1st appearance:||Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002)|
Overview[edit | edit source]
Trevor Gooden was the husband of Kirsty Cotton. Following a traffic accident that plunged the Gooden's car into the river, Trevor emerged with amnesia. His wife's body had gone missing and police investigators suspected Trevor of foul play. As he struggled to reconcile with the loss of his wife and his lack of memory, he came to discover how the lives of both his wife and he had become entertwined with that of the Lemarchand puzzle box and the mysterious demonic explorers of the void known as Cenobites.
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The character of Trevor Gooden was created by director Rick Bota and screenwriters Carl Dupre and Tim Day based on concepts originally developed by Clive Barker.
- Trevor Gooden is the third character to serve as a male lead in a Hellraiser film. The first was Bruce Ramsay who played the dual roles of Phillip L'Merchant and John Merchant (descendants of one another) in Hellraiser: Bloodline and the second was Craig Sheffer, who played homicide detective Joseph Thorne in Hellraiser: Inferno.
- Playing the role of Trevor Gooden is actor Dean Winters' fifth role in a movie. He has also appeared in various television programs including Oz, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and 30 Rock.
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- Wife, alive.
- Date approximated based upon the age of actor Dean Winters.
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