Kevin grew up in Moorestown, NJ. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Rutgers University. In 2000, Kevin originated the role of Charlie in Claudia Shear’s “Dirty Blonde” which earned him his first Tony Nomination. The following year, he received his second Tony Nomination, Drama Desk and Grammy nomination for playing Horton the Elephant in “Seussical.” In 2010, he received his third Tony nomination for his portrayal of Uncle Fester in The Addams Family. Other Broadway credits include Amos Hart in “Chicago”, opposite Rita Wilson and Usher, a revival of Terrance McNally’s “The Ritz“ opposite Rosie Perez, and most recently, “Disaster!” at the Nederlander Theater. In 2013, Kevin fulfilled a life long dream—making his Carnegie Hall debut—singing with the New York Pops Symphony Orchestra. His film credits include ”Taking Woodstock” directed by Ang Lee, “Lucky Number Slevin,” “The Road to Perdition” directed by Sam Mendes, Charlie, the bomb guy in “DieHard: With A Vengeance,” “Suspect Zero,” “Christmas with the Kranks, “In and Out” and “Trick.” Kevin’s TV credits include “Grace and Frankie,” “Modern Family,” “Heroes,” “CSI:NY,” “nip/tuck,” “Ed,” “Frasier,” “Without A Trace,” “Kingpin,” “It’s All Relative,” “According to Jim” and “Law and Order SVU.” Kid audiences will recognize him as the butler Bertram on Disney Channel’s long running hit sitcom, “Jessie.” When he’s not acting on stage, Kevin fancies himself a lyricist, a librettist, and he writes and performs spoken word pieces for “Strong Words” in Los Angeles.
Articles By Kevin Chamberlin
Imagine walking into work and hearing the same music at the exact same time of day—every day
Your entire work day has a soundtrack.