Kevin grew up outside of Atlanta in a town with no traffic light, though both his parents hail from the NYC area, which kept his neck from becoming too red. After getting a BS in Chemistry and Buddhism from The University of Virginia, Kevin moved to Bloomington, Indiana to earn a Ph.D. in Chemistry (a truly challenging performance art) as well as certification as a master firefighter and EMT. While at Indiana, Kevin began his acting in earnest, traveling to Chicago weekly and NYC several times a year for classes and seminars.
Modern-day Renaissance man Kevin has been told it might be easier to list on his resume the things he has NOT done, since he has been everything from a movie theater manager robbed at gunpoint, to a florist, to a helicopter pilot and NYC taxi driver in real life, and just as wide a variety on stage and on screen. Kevin has been teaching at the Beginnings professional resident arts workshop and coaching on-camera and voiceover actors for more than 15 years.
He has been seen in more than 50 studio and independent films and has appeared in standup comedy clubs around NYC, in addition to touring the country putting on a one-man, multiple-puppet show.
You may hear one of his many voices in a variety of cartoons and television and radio commercials, from standard announcer to cartoon mouse! Recent projects include the Cannes Fipresci Prize-winning Blue Ruin (RadiUs/TWC), The Mysteries of Laura, Blue Bloods, Law & Order: SVU, and the award-winning festival darlings “Little Indiana Jones,” “Twentysomething” and “H.R. Pukenshette.” He is married to the Rev. Diane Kolack with whom he has a son, and they live in NYC, where Kevin was once hit by a crane while driving on Queens Boulevard.