Photos with Kevin Kinkade
Kevin Kinkade was born in Buffalo, New York in 1956. His acting career began on the stages of Houston, Texas in theaters such as Stages Repertory, Main Street, Theater Suburbia, Chocolate Bayou and Country Playhouse, performing the roles of Ivan Klimenko in "A Day Out of Time", Mark in "Taking Steps", Michael Wall in "Museum", Jarvis Adams in "Member of the Wedding", Marley's Ghost in "A Christmas Carol", Jerry in "Strange Attractors" in conjunction with Edward Albee's University of Houston script writing class and Lee in "True West" among others. After moving to Austin, he played Mr. Read more... production, "Plastic Utopia" but then dropped out of acting for awhile to work for Apple Computer but returned to the stage to perform in the Rites of Eleusis at the Scarlet Woman Lodge at the request of some friends where he also wrote and directed an adaptation of Aleister Crowley's "Rite of Saturn" and went on to write, direct and star in "Voices of the Dead", a ghost story set in Central Texas. Since then he has had roles in the trailer for the "Defiance" video game, a brothel patron in the movie "Joe" starring Nicolas Cage, the role of Roy Swann in "Frameswitch", Shilo's father in "Shilo", Shooter Revolver in "Cattleville" Shady Man in "The Wild" a refugee in the TV show "Revolution", a mob poker dealer in "Descension", Walter the psychotic serial killer in "The Deranged", Bill Pinsky in "The Sauce", Victor Adams in "Legacy of a Hitman", the voice of Dutch in "6 Bullets to Hell", and the MNI leader in "Rain" and is continuing to book more roles every month.