Trevante Rhodes is famous for his role as Chiron in the American coming-of-age drama film, Moonlight. He is also recognized for his character in the TV series Westworld and If Loving You is Wrong. Trevante, who won the Black Reel Awards, is portraying the role of Nebraska Williams in the upcoming movie, The Predator.
Trevante's Net Worth: Came To Limelight With Gay Character
Trevante Rhodes gathers his net worth from his career in acting. He summoned the wealth appearing in a handful of movies and TV series. He collected the fortune appearing in the movie, Moonlight that has a box office collection of $65.3 million from the budget $1.5–4 million.
Trevante came to limelight through his performance in the Plan B/A24 film, Moonlight, where he portrayed the gay character of Adult Chiron (a.k.a Black).
Trevante Rhodes portrays the role of Adult Chiron in the movie Moonlight (Photo: Instagram)
As of now, he is working in The Predator and American post-apocalyptic horror movie, Bird Box. In the movie The Predator, he will be portraying the role of Nebraska Williams. The movie is set to release on 14 September 2018.
Recently, in July 2018, Trevante shared his experience playing at the upcoming movie The Predator with ScreenRant. In the interview, Trevante revealed that the experience was just perfect while working for the movie. During the interview, he told that he appreciated and respected the craft of his fellow co-stars. He said,
"We were there for a while. It was a long shot. To have that with guys that you appreciate and respect their artistry and their craft and then you see them come into the person and be the person. And then we have a practical Predator! (...) Brian Prince, he's 6'10 (...) does parkour. It's perfect. The whole experience was just unparalleled."
Trevante Rhodes Supports Gay Community
Trevante, who played the role of a gay man in the movie Moonlight, is a huge supporter of gay and homosexual people. He showed his feeling of support towards the LGBT community in an interview with PEOPLE in October 2016. In the interview, he said that if people can fathom stripping away sexual orientation, skin color, and sex, everyone is the same. Also, he confessed that people need connection with no feeling of hatred. He further added saying,
"I was born loving women but I easily could have been born loving men. It’s the exact same sensation… You don’t fall in love with someone [just] for their physical [traits], but for their mental."
Even in an interview with Out magazine, Trevante said that black homosexual people are treated weirdly in America, and also they prioritize very less in the community. He said,
"Being a black person in America right now is shit, being a homosexual in America right now is shit, and being a black homosexual is the bottom for certain people.
He joined the cast of Moonlight and portrayed the gay role thinking that the movie might change the thought of people regarding the LGBT community.
Who Is Trevante Rhodes's Girlfriend?
Trevante Rhodes is seen uploading love related posts on his social media. On 9 December 2017, he posted a photo related to love on his Twitter. In the caption, he wrote 'Honey,' which gave a hint as if he is a dedicating post to his possible girlfriend. Though most of his Instagram posts are is full of love-oriented photos, he hasn't yet disclosed about his love life.
Trevante Rhodes is managing to keep his love affairs under a heavy veil of privacy. He has not spoken about his possible girlfriend in any of his interviews. He often keeps posting the career-oriented photo on his social media accounts but hasn't flaunted pictures with his probable girlfriend. The 28-year-old actor hasn't gushed about his possible future wife and his plans of getting married.
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Trevante Rhodes was born on 10 February 1990 in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. He later moved to Little Elm, Texas at the age of ten. He went to Little Elm High School and completed his high schooling from there. Trevante then went to the University of Texas at Austin where he received an athletic scholarship.