Kevin is a proud member of SAG, AFTRA and AEA.  Since graduating from the Professional Actor Training Program at University of Southern California, Kevin has been making his living on both coasts as a an actor & Singer/Songwriter.   He has been lucky enough to work in many genres; Film, Television, Theatre (both classical & contemporary) Musical Theatre (both Dramatic & Comedic) and Commercials.  

His varied career includes Film/TV credits in “The Nanny Diaries”, “Ed”, “Dunston Checks In”, CBS Movie of the Week “Kiss of a Killer”, “Rebels and Redcoats” (BBC & PBS), “The Late Show with David Letterman”, and “All My Children”.  He was also the Late-Night Programming Host for “Showtime Nighttime”.

On Broadway Kevin was in the Original Cast of the 1996 revival of  "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" (directed by Jerry Zaks, staring Nathan Lane and Whoopi Goldberg) and the Pre-Broadway Workshop of Disney’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (directed by James Lapine).  Off-Broadway Kevin played Bob Ziak in the Original Cast of "American Dreams: Lost and Found” at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in Juilliard’sThe Acting Company”.  He also toured in The Acting Company’s 30th Anniversary Tour of  "As You Like It" (ending up  taking over the role of Orlando).  Off-Broadway audiences also saw Kevin in Original Cast of “Johnny Guitar, the Musical” at the Century Center.  Other New York Theatre includes originating the title role (Joseph Pujol) in the true story of “The Fartiste” (2006 Outstanding Musical” at the NY Fringe Festival), “Plane Crazy” on Theatre Row for New York Musical Theatre Festival;  "Carrin Beginning" at The Chelsea Playhouse and "Das Barbecue" at Riverside Theatre.

Kevin’s favorite regional work includes singing Adam Guettel’s breathtaking score as Homer in “
Floyd Collins” at the Actors Theatre of Louisville; playing George in “She Loves Me” at Arena Stage in his hometown of Washington D.C.;  originating the role of Harry Houdini in “Houdini” in it’s World Premier in Montreal (which included performing Metamorphosis, Chinese Water Torture and upside-down Straitjacket Escape);  speaking some of the most beautiful contemporary prose ever written as Halle in Athol Frugard’s “Master Harold and the Boys”;  playing Christian in “Cyrano De Bergerac”; having fun with two expertly crafted comedies: as Simon in Noel Coward’s “Hayfever” and as Paul in Neil Simon’s “Barefoot in the Park”.   Kevin worked in some top level musical theatre houses in the country, such as the North Shore Music Theatre  (as The Baker in  “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”); Paper Mill Playhouse (“Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde:”); as Danny in “Baby” at the Sacramento Music Circus;  Dicken in “The Secret Garden” at Laguna Playhouse;  and “Christmas Carol “ at Ford’s Theatre (DC).

Kevin continued his training in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, and with Caryn West.   In New York he studied at  Michael Howard Studios.

Kevin created and runs Bi-Monthly Actor Goal Group of working Industry Professionals who are committed to advancing their careers.  Click here for details.