Nov. 30th, 1955
Westbury, New York, USA
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At the age of 17, Kevin earned a full scholarship to attend Julliard's drama division, where he studied under actor John Houseman (I). In 1978, after graduating from Julliard, he toured with "The Acting Company," Houseman's acting group, and, in 1979, he went on the national tour of "Deathtrap." In 1980, he was cast in the daytime soap opera "Another World" (1964). However, he soon missed the theatre, and so he became associated with the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, California, where he performed in "Hamlet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream." From 1980 to 1985, he acted in a variety of contemporary and classic theatre pieces, including the Broadway production of "Eastern Standard" and "Lolita." He is very respected in theatre circles for his interpretation of Shakespearean characters, and, in 1984, he played the title role in "Hamlet" in the New York Shakespeare Festival. Kevin returned to television in the 1985 TV movie Covenant (1985) (TV). He was a series regular on "Ohara" (1987) in 1987, and on "Tour of Duty" (1987) from 1987 to 1988, before starring in a series of television movies. He is best known for the animated "Batman" (1992).
- Shares the same birthday (November 30) as 'Efrem Zimbalist Jr.' (qv), who voices Alfred in _"Batman" (1992)_ (qv).
- Dated actress 'Deborah Rush' (qv).
- His aunt was famed Broadway star Susan Conroy.
- Attended the University College of Dublin.
- Auditioned for the part of Joe Hackett on the NBC sitcom _"Wings" (1990)_ (qv). The producers spent two weeks deciding between him and 'Tim Daly (I)' (qv). The two eventually worked together on _The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest (1998) (TV)_ (qv).
- Has played the voice of Batman for more then 10 years spanning at least 5 different TV shows, 6 animated movies and 2 video games. No other actor has played Batman for so long.
- Was raised in Westport, Connecticut.
- In the the episode "Perchance to Dream" of _"Batman" (1992)_ (qv), he read the voice of Batman, Bruce Wayne, Bruce's father, and the evil Batman in real time, alternating between all four characters without having to pause recording.
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