Trevous Leviticus Millhouse
The youngest of five. Born in Mission Viejo, though raised in Placentia and Fullerton for most of his life. A spiritual Christian family that met great challenges. Beginning on April 7th at the age of ten he had to endure the passing of his mother. While driving to work early one morning she pulled over along the side of the road and suffered an asthma attack. Unfortunately, the paramedics did not reach her in time. The Millhouse lost their mother in the year of 2000, the day after Trevous’s birthday, April 6th.
Following came much pressure on the shoulders and back of his father, Thomas; with many decisions to make and plenty of questions to answer along with constant changes. The tragedy of the family caused them to gradually part in more ways than one; mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically. The heart of the home was missing Trevous, who had turned to the streets, seeking clarification, love, peace, comfort and support. He became a troubled teen feeling the feel of emptiness and began to lose hope, faith and his trust in God.
El Dorado High School is where he attended living across the street at 613 Shadylane. Trevous was faced with much discrimination, hatred, and racism from schoolmates. He was betrayed by friends, and much to his dismay, he had to fight often to protect his-self. Trevous was called offensive racial names and more times than none, chased home by Skinheads. Eventually, he transferred to a new school, Valencia High, where he graduated. However, Trevous though living in its essence right across the way tried to live a more peaceful, fulfilling and enjoyable life, it was inevitable. So, he became involved in hate crimes and constant altercations. After graduating, Trevous began working to save money for a car and began a new journey a year later by attending Fullerton Junior College.
He studied photography, film production, one on one acting classes and his major was theatre arts. Trevous had two major theatre plays. One role was in Frankenstein, as Felix (a heroic slave out of a struggling family) and the other role named Ceyx (a king in metamorphosis who lost his brother who couldn’t rest for many days and nights).
Now, finding his way Trevous met Jesse a year later and they quickly became friends. Jesse was eager to teach Trevous how to be mindful, kind, show love and have compassion. He began learning meditation techniques, reading books of wisdom. In return Trevous taught Jesse his way of life in the streets. Together, they explored many nightclubs in their college years, plenty of dance moves and the ladies couldn’t get enough. They became brothers, best friends who would help each other through the tumultuous times and never bend in the storm. During this time all the while Trevous a singer-songwriter had many songs recorded with the in home studio he built on his own and often took advantage of free studio recording lessons offered at Fullerton to record more as well. Jesse provided Trevous constructive criticism and genuine opinions. As Trevous worked as an artist, Jesse was always around.
Jesse has helped Trevous tremendously with an open heart along with purpose and cause. Every step Jesse made has always been calculated to affect change in the human race. Jesse, to the un-trained eye appears strange, but he is spiritually gifted, heavenly guided and his time and place for his design and mind had a mission and objective and he keeps it well protected. Trevous says that Jesse was his light in the dark and now he sees clearer as an actor, musician and songwriter and working hard to achieve all goals.