Trevor Long can be seen starring on Netflix’s critically acclaimed, award-nominated series,”Ozark.” Created by Bill Dubuque (“The Judge”), the crime-drama follows financial planner Marty Byrde (Jason Bateman) who suddenly relocates his family from a Chicago suburb to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks after a money laundering scheme goes wrong. Introduced in Season One, Long shines as Cade Langmore, the domineering force of the Langmore family who is incarcerated, feared around town, and deeply motivated to steal Marty’s money. Season Two launches with Cade out of prison, and fighting to win his daughter Ruth’s (Julia Garner) loyalty. The second season of “Ozark” launched on August 31, on Netflix.
On the film front, Long co-produced and starred in the indie horror film “Seeds” which is currently making the rounds on the festival circuit. Directed by his brother Owen Long, the film follows Marcus (Trevor Long), a man whose depraved behavior spirals out of control and he retreats to his family home along the New England coast. Instead of finding solace, he is haunted by his darkest fears and deepest desires. Is he losing his mind or has something terrible burrowed deep within him? Incubating? Waiting until the climate is right?
Marcus must fight to save his crumbling sanity and protect Lily, his beloved niece from a monster that lies in wait.
“Seeds” premiered at the Cinequest Film Festival in spring of 2019 and had its international premiere at London’s prestigious FrightFest Film Festival this month.
In television, Long’s big break came when he was cast in AMC’s crime drama, “Low Winter Sun,” opposite Mark Strong. Although the series only ran for one season, Long was a standout as Sean Foster, a homeless drug addict, ex-homicide detective brought back into the fold by his former partner (Strong.) Additional TV credits for Long include: NBC’s “Blindspot,” FX’s “Unforgettable,” and NBC’s “Blacklist.” On the film front, credits include: “Killing Them Softly,” “What Maisie Knew,” “Jack Goes Boating,” and the short film “Concerto” opposite David Zayas (“Dexter”) which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival.