Kenn, a Stage & Film Actor, Director, Visual & Performance Artist (with artwork in 11 countries & 35 states and 4 local galleries), a Writer, Spoken Word Artist, Inspirational Speaker and Community Activist. He’s honored to be in the live performance of “The 50th Anniversary of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show” where he’s playing the husband in the comedy duo of McCall & Brill.
Starring in the Full length film “Nailed Down” (being released this Spring)… is the co-star in the short film series “Lovers Kiss”…and Wrote, Directed and Co-starred in the web- based short “Dead Soul’s Rising”. He is a long-time Actor, Director, Writer, Fight-Choreographer, Set-Designer and Member/Committee Chairman on the Board of Directors at The Alley Theater.
Some of Kenn’s past credits include The Dread Pirate Roberts/Westley in “The Cliffnotes of Insanity; Princess Bride in 30 minutes”…Bodhi (Patrick Swayze) in three successful runs of “Point Break Live” and Pappas (Gary Busy) in the most recent run of this Alley Theater tradition. For the 2nd annual “InHuman Festival”, he played the affluent, gay, vampire king, Elvis in “Suckers-a Vampire Comedy”… In Clive Barker’s ‘The History of the Devil” he played the diverse and enigmatic roles of Jesus, Jack Easter, Belial, Macready & the understudy for Lucifer … was Han Solo & others in “Star Wars: The Original Trilogy in 60 Minutes or Less (a parody)”… Directed the award winning short play “Entranced” in 2012’s “InHuman: A Festival of New American Undead Theater”…Hatter Madigan in “The Looking Glass Wars”. Morpheus in “Matrix Trilogy Live”. Mr. Howell in Sherwood Schwartz’s “Gilligan’s Island the Musical” and many, many more!
A featured speaker for the International “Ideafestival” (both 2008-2009)…A keynote panelist & speaker at the “International Peace Parliament Symposium- USA Conference” in 2009, Interviewed on NPR/KET (National Public Television’s One to One) and various other local TV and radio programs. Kenn is currently writing a full length parody which will debut at this Summer’s Fandomfest and open the Alley Theater’s next season!