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|Strengths:||Singing, dancing, sarcasm, speaks fluent French.|
|Weaknesses:||Very insecure, thinks he'll never find a boyfriend, tries to hard to be.|
Tristan is quiet and reserved when you first meet him, but after a few weeks he grows comfortable and decides to come out of his shell and be more outgoing. He is a very funny guy, but can be very hurtful with his jokes. He uses a lot of sarcasm and treats a lot of people like they are under him because his family is rich and likes to bully others and push them around when he's in a bad mood. He often insults people in French just so he can steer clear of fighting.
Tristan grew up in a New York penthouse apartment with his mother, Jenna, and father, Michael, his father always claimed to love him and his mother but Tristan always felt that something was wrong when he was 6 Jenna took him to see The Phantom Of The Opera and he fell in love with musical theatre and hoped to be on Broadway when he was older. While Jenna supported him Michael told him that it was a stupid idea and he'd never make it onto Broadway anyway and that he should look at a real job like being a lawyer or police officer. But when Tristan was 12 he found out Michael cheating on Jenna with his regular babysitter a 16 year old blonde cheerleader. He told Jenna and she instantly confronted Michael who confessed he had been cheating on her since Tristan's older brother Lucas was born, Jenna snapped at him for blaming their poor innocent son and she filed for divorce. She was granted sole custody and she moved out of New York with the 6 million settlement she had won from the divorce and went to Lima so she could see her family again. Tristan fit in well in Lima, his family know he's gay but he likes to hide it from everyone else. Tristan still aspires to be on Broadway and his hatred for his father fuels it even more.
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