Trevor S. Valle is an American paleontologist and wildlife biologist. In addition to a long career in paleontology, he has also played the main character role in several notable television shows and documentaries about paleontology and wildlife. Some of Valle's most notable media appearances are: Dirty Jobs, Ice Age: Dinosaurs Dawn, Museum Mystery, Life After Man, Great History, Date apocalypse: 10 ways the world will end and the mammoths of National Geographic are unearthed. Arguably his most notable media appearances were when he guested on the hugely popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience in 2014 and 2016. During his 2016 appearances, he exposed many conspiracy theories about dinosaurs. During her career in paleontology, Valle has worked with the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History and other Southern California non-profit organizations. He was involved in many excavations in the United States, Siberia and South America.
|Born||October 27, 1975, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Institutions||Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County|
|Known for||Paleontology lab supervisor at the La Brea Tar Pits|
A paleontologist and a featured expert on several science-themed television specials, he is perhaps best known for hosting Mammoths Unearthed on the National Geographic Channel. He also appeared in the 2013 documentary Titans of the Ice Age and in the 2010-2011 series Life After People.
He began his paleontological career at Los Angeles' Natural History Museum and first appeared on television in a 2009 episode of Dirty Jobs.
He was featured in a 2011 television movie titled History of the World in 2 Hours.
A native of Los Angeles, California, he once worked at the city's famous La Brea Tar Pits site.
Valle was featured along with narrator Bryan Cranston in a 2013 miniseries titled Big History.
Wildlife biologists. Scientists from California. American paleontologist