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Kevin Nealon

Actor & Comedian

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Kevin Nealon: Actor & Comedian

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With his unique sense of humor, profound dry wit and likeable demeanor, Kevin Nealon has established himself as one of the premiere television, theatrical and stand-up comedians of his generation.

As a cast member of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE (1986-1995), Kevin is most recognized for the characters he created, including; ‘The Subliminal Man,’ ‘Hans and Franz,’ and anchoring ‘Weekend Update.’ Kevin’s extensive television credits include guest appearances on such award winning shows as, ‘The Larry Sander’s Show,’ ‘Dharma and Greg,’ and ‘Third Rock From The Sun.’ He is currently a series regular on Comedy Central’s, ‘Crank Yankers.’

Nealon, who made his film debut in the 1987 romantic comedy, ‘Roxanne,’ with Steve Martin, has gone on to star in over two dozen comedies, including ‘Happy Gilmore’ and ‘The Wedding Singer, both with Adam Sandler, ‘Joe Dirt’ and ‘The Master of Disguise.’ More recently, Kevin can be seen in ‘Anger Management’ with Jack Nicholson, ‘Daddy Day Care’ with Eddie Murphy and as the voice of ‘The Mayor’ in the animated holiday feature, ‘8 Crazy Nights.’ He will next be seen in ‘Good Boy!’ opposite another SNL alum, Molly Shannon, which will be released this fall.

Kevin also stays busy performing stand-up comedy around the country and can be seen in his own Stand-Up Special on Comedy Central.

In addition to his acting credits, Kevin is an established and acclaimed writer, garnering him an Emmy nomination for his work on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.

Raised in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Nealon has a degree in Marketing from Sacred Heart University and currently resides in Lake Tahoe, NV. His hobbies include golf, skiing, the five-string banjo, drawing caricatures and painting.

 
 

Recent Highlights

Saturday Night Live
Happy Gilmore
Anger Management
Crank Yankers (Comedy Central)