Trey Anthony (born 1983) is a playwright, actor, and producer, best known for her award-winning play and television series Da Kink in My Hair. As a producer, she worked for the Women's Television Network and the Urban Women's Comedy Festival. She founded Trey Anthony Studios, a television and theater production company dedicated to producing new works of theater. Born in London, England to Jamaican parents, Anthony arrived in Canada at 12 years old with her mother. She began doing stand-up comedy during African Nubian Comedy Nights where she honed her comedic wit and timing. She soon became a crowd favorite and began writing and producing her own sketch comedy shows at Second City. She's a recipient of the prestigious Harry Jerome Award for the arts. In 2017, Anthony launched her new brand, Black Girl in Love, which features the first lifestyle planner/organizer geared at professional black woman and also includes merchandise, workshops and retreats. She was also a writer and performer for Kenny Robinson's sketch comedy show After Hours with Kenny Robinson and a writer for The Chris Rock Show.In 2017, her play How Black Mothers Say I Love You debuted at the Factory Theatre, Toronto. She is currently working on turning How Black Mothers say I Love You into a feature film.