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Employee Trey Alexander

Career Connection counselor Trey Alexander is also deeply involved in the entertainment industry: active in acting, voice-overs, and as a commentator for

Trey reporting at the
Hollowman premiere

A radio veteran since the age of 17, Trey served as a Career Connection mentor while programming a radio station in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In 1993, he left radio to pursue an acting and voice over career in Los Angeles. A year later he joined the staff of Career Connection as a career counselor, while continuing to act and do voice overs.

Trey has starred in numerous television shows both in special appearances and as a series regular. His credits include "Providence," "Sister Sister" and "Bone Chillers."

Currently you can see Trey on-line as a celebrity reporter for, interviewing stars like Jim Carrey, Clint Eastwood, Eddie Murphy and Kevin Bacon -- to name just a few.

In spite of all the demands on his time, Trey still works for Career Connection helping people fufill their own dreams in the entertainment industry.

Some of Trey's interviews can be viewed here on


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