Trey Anthony

Trey Anthony is known for the ground-breaking and award-winning television and theatrical production ‘da Kink in My Hair. She is the first Black Canadian woman to write and produce a television show on a major prime time Canadian network. Trey is a former television producer for the Women’s Television Network (now W) and a writer for the Comedy Network and CTV. She was also the executive producer of the Urban Women’s Comedy Festival, dat girl, sho is funny! She has recently been named a Bell Media Fellow, which recognizes emerging television producers and their contribution to Canadian media. Trey is a much sought after speaker and delivers seventy to ninety keynote speeches a year. She is a writer for the Huffington Post and contributing writer for the Toronto Star. Trey was selected to give an address at TEDX Toronto 2010 which she received a standing ovation. She recently screened her documentary film, When Black Mothers don’t say I love you, at the Toronto Black Film Festival and then went on to produce and direct a box office sell out of her play of the same name in May 2016 at the Factory Theatre. In the summer of 2016 ‘da Kink in My Hair is being produced at Horizon Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia and fall of 2016 the show will be produced in Canada at both Theatre Calgary and the NAC.