Whitney HoustonPerformed by Trina Johnson Finn
Many consider “TRINA JOHNSON FINN” as a “Throw-Back” from the old days of Classic Hollywood when performers were entertainers with multiple talents and a dazzling personality to match. This exotic and beautiful singer, actress, and producer is a rare diamond that shines like a Star. Trina is no stranger to the entertainment industry and has already accomplished many of her goals. Trina was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri where she studied Voice Performance and Theater at the UMKC Conservatory of Music.
She has appeared on such shows like The Grammy's, Oprah, the MTV Music Video Awards, the BET Awards, and the American Music Awards to name a few, and has also graced the stage with iconic entertainers ranging from Barbra Streisand to MC Hammer, Smokey Robinson, Michael Bolton, Valerie Simpson and Marilyn Manson to The Family Stone.
As a performer, Trina currently travels the world sharing her talents with audiences from Europe to Asia and everywhere in between.
As a recording artist, Trina was featured on MC Hammer's "You Can't Touch This" album and is currently writing and co-producing her debut album for future release.
As a producer, Trina started her own production company comprised of independent artists, musicians and actors focused on a singular goal: the creation of imaginative, high-quality music, stories and shows for Film/TV, publishing and live performances. Trina self-produced and stars in the inaugural production, "Queen of the Night! Remembering Whitney", a tribute to the late Whitney Houston.
As a Tribute Artist, Trina is considered to be one of the best Whitney Houston tribute artist’s in America and around the globe.
As an Actress, Trina also has many film, television and theater credits under her belt as well. Appearing in projects like “Anchorman” starring Will Ferrell, “Breakin All The Rules” starring Jamie Foxx, “Bringing Down The House” starring Queen Latifah and Steve Martin, and the Off-Broadway theater productions of “Dreamgirls”, Ain't Misbehavin" and “The Wiz”.