Mini Bio (1)
Kevin T. Bennett is an American screen and stage actor, director, filmmaker, producer, and business entrepreneur. Originally from Alaska, he is a veteran of the arts with over 34 years of performance experience, his accolades include over 100 productions throughout stage and film, making him a highly recognized and visible Alaskan resident artist. Notably, and most recently appearing as George in Perseverance Theatre's 'Of Mice and Men'; and his recurring role as General Haiger, with Oscar winner Jon Voight in 'The Baby Geniuses' sequels. Highly sought after as a production collaborator, with 9 years of service, Mr. Bennett is the past President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the Board of Directors to Alaska's longest operating producer of live theatre, ACT, Inc. A successful businessman, Mr. Bennett is also the founding owner of Alaska's oldest independently operated elevator enterprise, Alaska Stairlift & Elevator, LLC. A member of SAG-AFTRA, Kevin's prevalent aspiration is the forging and groundbreaking of opportunities for film industry and it's infrastructure in Alaska. His new film short, 'Six Dead Bodies Duct Taped to a Merry-Go-Round' in which he also stars as Winston, is a condensed segment of the feature length film.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Creative Arts Enterprise