He has also appeared in the films Nurse Betty, Clay Pigeons, Intrepid, Valerie Flake and Same River Twice.
On stage, Rahm has appeared in productions of such classic plays as Waiting for Godot, Macbeth and Of Mice and Men. He is currently a member of the Pacific Resident Theatre Company in Venice, California, where his credits include All My Sons, Everyday Life, Tonight at 8:30 and A Question of Mercy. He also appeared in Prisoner at the Kennedy Center and in Stab in the new play workshop at the South Coast Repertory. While studying theater at Brigham Young University, he won both the Irene Ryan National Acting Scholarship and the National Stage Combat Workshop Scholarship.
Rahm was born in Mineral Wells, Texas, and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. Currently, he lives in Los Angeles. His birth date is January 7.
Kevin Rahm Facts
|January 7, 1971 (53)
|Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
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