As Jim, the co-worker Tom invites for dinner who happens to be the classmate Laura has dreamed of for years, Trevor Lyons is more than just a likeable chum. Lyons gives his character depth so that when he recalls “Blue Roses,” it registers as moving.

- Joanne Ostrow, Denver Post

Trevor Lyons is all well meaning narcissism as that gentleman caller as he imagines that he can communicate his path to success with the wilting Laura.

 - David Marlowe

A natural leader of men, Trevor Lyons as a menacing Wykowski shows that he is capable of understanding and change.



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