Kevin Dunn is an American actor who has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films and television series since the 1980s.
Date of birth
He was born on 24 August 1956.
Dunn was born in Chicago, the son of John Dunn, a musician and poet, and his wife Margaret (née East), a nurse. His sister is actress/comedian Nora Dunn. He was raised in a Catholic family, and has Irish, English, Scottish and German ancestry.
Dunn graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1977, and received an honorary doctorate in 2008 from the same school.
His love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
Dunn appeared in many live theatre performances in Chicago and suburbs, including the theatre companies Northlight, Remains, Wisdom Bridge and Goodman before his TV and motion picture career.
Dunn's work includes Samantha Who?, a series appearing on ABC from 2007 to 2009, as well as playing Ron Witwicky in Michael Bay's Transformers film series.
His film appearances include Small Soldiers, Stir of Echoes, Godzilla, Snake Eyes, Nixon, Mad Love, Ghostbusters II, Dave, Beethoven's 2nd, Hot Shots!, and 1492: Conquest of Paradise. Dunn also played Murry Wilson in a 2000 miniseries, The Beach Boys: An American Family.
He played President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel, Charles Colson, in Nixon and played President Bill Clinton's National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, in the ABC miniseries The Path to 9/11.
In 2000, he co-starred in Bette, a sitcom starring Bette Midler, in which he played her husband in the show's first 11 episodes.
From 2004-2006 Dunn had a small recurring role as a baseball coach and mentor to Tyler Hoechlin character Martin Brewer, Terry Hardwick on the long-running family drama 7th Heaven.
Dunn played Joel Horneck, Jerry's overzealous childhood friend, in the Seinfeld episode "Male Unbonding". He has also featured in Live Free or Die as well as the 2006 film Gridiron Gang.
Dunn is an executive producer of the award-winning documentary film Kumpanía: Flamenco Los Angeles (2011).
In 2021, she starred as Frank in Thunder Force, an American superhero comedy film written and directed by Ben Falcone.
|Born||24th August, 1956|
|Home City||Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|