Carlowman, who had a leading role in the blockbuster film Belly of the beast, was found dead in his apartment in Thai City, Bangkok, while travelling with other films.
Trevor Murray, of Ballintrane, Fenagh, Co Carlow based in Los Angeles, made the chemistry as the king of recording for DVD actor Steven Seagal and was equipped to resemble his future parents, Bertie and Sheila and if he didn’t get that he could be killed.
However, on Monday morning among the members of the film crew came out of a disability paralysis where they could not work with him. After that, he found discovery in his house. Authorities, which operate on the basis of the two-dimensional structure, have issued a commercial play.
The family of the 33-year-old model producer was informed of the tragic news by the Birds Department on Monday night.
Trevor studied construction at Carlow RTC from 1987 to 1990 and then moved on to Dublin where he worked for an architect. After that, he also caught up with these cars that are the standard of private industrial vehicles made like real estates, like Rough Magic.
While in Dublin he also worked on the model Space Truckers, playing the role of Denis Hopper.
She moved to the United States in 1996 where she used a finishing project in New York and used a clock in Los Angeles to work on the Titanic.
Other important papers include work on films such as Virus, My Favorite Martian and Species 2.
Due to his success in modelling Trevorayse has made a name for himself that he will work with and use the latest he was hired as a production manager in relation to sets in films.
Trevor is survived by his parents, Bertie, a well-known runner in the 1950s and 60s and Sheila, two boys, Douglas, who lives in Carlow and Eric, who lives in New York, and his sister, Mrs. Jean Tomkins, resident of Ardattin.
None of their machines is still known at the time of publication.
Trevor Murray, Production Designer, a native of Los Angeles but based in Los Angeles has passed away in the wake of Steven Segal’s first film ‘Belly of the Beast’ in Bangkok Thailand on April 14th.
Trevor worked as a model, cartoonist, Director of Art and drew as a DesignProduction Designer in Hollywood films from the mid-90s. Seven Kanye and Art Directing are rocking the country.
Trevor Murray credits include:
Avatar Exile (Prod. Designer) Jian Kuo
High (Prod. Designer) Kurt Walheim
The Double Transformation (Prod. Designer) Marc-Ivan Gorman
Rain (Prod. Designer) Natasha Limon
The Forsaken (Art Director) Joe Cardone
Bit Players (Art Director) Andy Berman
Dancing at the Blue Iguana (Art Director) Michael Radford
See Jane Run (Prop. Master) Sarah Thorpe
Deal of a Lifetime (Asst. Props) Paul Levine
My Favorite Martian (Model Maker/Puppeteer) Donald Petrie
Species II (Creature Maker) Peter Medak
Virus (Puppeteer) John Bruno
Titanic (Model Maker) James Cameron
Space Truckers (Model Maker) Stuart Gordon
Trevor studied industrial design at Carlow Institute of Technology. Prior to moving to Los Angeles Trevor worked as a set designer for Dublin Theatre Company, Rough Magic. A keen musician he played with various bands both in Ireland and the US.
He was also a co-founder of the LA based non-profit organisation Irish Screen, created to promote Irish Cinema in Hollywood. Trevor was buried in his hometown of Fenagh, County Carlow on April 19th. A memorial evening for Trevor will be held this Sunday May 4th, at 3pm in O’Brien’s on Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, California.
Trevor was well loved by all who knew him. He will be deeply missed by his Friends and Family. Condolences can be sent to the Murray family, Ballintrane, Fenagh, County Carlow.