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Trent Casey: College Professor; Atheist; Victim of Dommsday Killer

Trent Casey
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Character Profile
Portrayed By
Alex Hyde-White
Season(s)
Season Six
First Appearance
Get Gellar
Last Appearance
Get Gellar
Appears in
One Episode
Character
Full Name
Trent Casey


Status
Deceased
Manner of Death
Killed by Travis Marshall
Characteristics
Age
52 (at death)
Gender
Male
Eyes
Blue
Hair
White
Personal Status
Marital Status
Unknown
Immediate Relatives
Jean Casey (mother; unknown status)

John Casey (father; unknown status)

Professional Status
Profession
College Professor
Affiliation
Miami South University

Dexter: "He's kind of a self-important asshole...but I like him"

Trent Casey is a character in Season Six of the Showtime series DEXTER.

He was a professor at Miami South University.

Summary

Casy was an outspoken atheist, which caused him to be the ideal target for "The Bowls of Wrath" tableau. At the time, The Doomsday Killer was believed to be Professor James Gellar and Dexter Morgan attempted to warn Casey that he was in danger. In a scoffing manner, Casey said that he was always receiving death threats, and walked off.

That night, Dexter and Travis Marshall returned to the college to stop Gellar before he could kill Casey, but Dexter was trapped inside an elevator on his way to the fourth floor. When he was feed by Travis, Casey was missing.

The next day, Casey was found murdered in his lecture hall. His blood had been drained, his insides hollowed out, and his right hand cut off. Also, the Alpha-Omega symbol was carved into his abdomen. When Vince Masuka lifted Casey's arm, a cascade of blood poured down upon him, along with Dexter, Debra Morgan, Mike Anderson, and Angel Batista.

When Travis awoke that morning, he found the words: "Bring the false prophet to the church" written in blood on the bathroom wall of his hotel room. Casey's hand was left in the sink.

It's revealed that Travis was mentally ill. Gellar was a hallucination, and Travis suffered from blackouts. Therefore, it was actually Travis who had trapped Dexter in the elevator, murdered Casey, and written the message on his hotel wall.

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