Trevor Drinkwater

Guest

Chief Executive Officer of ARC Entertainment

Trevor Drinkwater on KCRW

You may remember Geena Davis when she was on the lam in Thelma and Louise, or as Dottie the baseball-playing dairy farmer in A League of Their Own.

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