Kevin started his entertainment career in Washington, D.C. studying comedy and performing at The DC Improv. After he finished college at Virginia Tech, he moved to Florida and immediately began hosting game shows and live events for the Walt Disney Company. He continued honing his skills as an improviser at SAK Comedy Lab and quickly became a performer for the Orlando based theatre group. He landed a variety of local commercials, industrials and films before setting his sights towards Hollywood.
Soon after moving to Los Angeles, Kevin landed principal roles in a variety of national commercials for companies and products including: Bud Light, LG Phones, the NHL, Ruby Tuesdays and Dunkin Donuts. He continued to refine his hosting ability as the national spokesperson for 5-Hour Energy. He was the company’s global representative for over a year appearing in commercials and dramatically increasing 5-Hour Energy’s brand recognition. He has also performed national spokesperson work for QualComm and MediaCom.
Television and media networks began to take notice of Kevin’s on-camera presence and his hosting career continued to grow. The National Geographic Network tapped him to host a show called “Shock Me.” This unscripted pilot, essentially “Dirty Jobs” meets a “Top-10 Countdown Show”, was set to uncover the most thrilling and outrageous people, places and products. Even though this pilot didn't go to series, Kevin was cementing himself as a network host. He's career continued as he hosted a live fan chat for A&E, watched by millions, with the stars of “The Glades,” and hosted original programming for Hulu.com and AMC Networks.
Kevin also brought his hosting ability to a variety of different mediums. He co-created and hosted a radio show, “Screaming Goat Radio," recording 70 episodes and reaching 80k listeners. He has also joined forces with CBS’ Big Brother alumnus, Nick Uhas, and developed episodes for a viral “talk show” seen by over 100k people.
Kevin’s passions extend beyond the world of hosting. As a former collegiate lacrosse player, he is an avid sports fan and proponent of physical activity. Kevin worked with local Los Angeles based non-profit, A World Fit for Kids. His speaking engagements helped train thousands of local kids and teenagers on the value of living healthy, happy lives. His work was noticed by the Nike Corporation and he served as a Global Community Impact Trainer traveling to North and South America, presenting to employees on the importance of positive sports experiences for kids.
Kevin brings his versatility and infectious energy to each project. The journey continues and he can’t wait to take the next step!