Hillsboro, Oregon, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Carolyn Hall (1999–present)|
Kelly AuCoin (born 1967) is an American actor who has appeared in film, television and theater. He has appeared in several American television series, including the recurring role of Pastor Tim on The Americans, the title role of Alpha Omega on the "Omega Hour" episode of Unforgettable, guest star roles on The Following, Gossip Girl and The Good Wife, and has had supporting roles in the films The Kingdom, Julie & Julia, and the SXSW Ensemble Acting Award winning All That I Am.
AuCoin was born in the Portland, Oregon suburb of Hillsboro, the son of Les and Susan AuCoin, and grew up in Oregon and Washington, D.C., where his father served as a United States Congressman from 1975 to 1993. His first appearance on television was in one of his father's campaign commercials, in which he countered claims that his father was a tax-and-spend Democrat by humorously describing how cheap his father actually was. AuCoin is a graduate of Georgetown Day School and Oberlin College.
AuCoin was a member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival acting company in the early 1990s. After relocating to New York, AuCoin landed small roles in several soap operas, including Guiding Light and The City. In the early 2000s, he appeared in episodes of The Sopranos and Law & Order. AuCoin has more recently appeared in other television series, such as The Americans, Unforgettable, Person of Interest, The Following, Elementary, The Good Wife, White Collar, Gossip Girl, Body Of Proof, Blue Bloods, and Without A Trace, among others. He played the regular recurring role of Peter Keatch in the CBS series Waterfront, which was cancelled before ever airing, despite having shot five episodes.
In 2005, he appeared as the young Octavius in a Broadway revival of Julius Caesar, which starred Denzel Washington. AuCoin has appeared in numerous other Off Broadway stage productions, including 2008's premiere of Ernest Hemingway's The Fifth Column, 2009's Jailbait, by Deirdre O'Connor, directed by Suzanne Agins, 2010's Happy Now?, by Lucinda Coxon, 2012's LAByrinth Theater Company premiere of Radiance, by Cusi Cram, also directed by Suzanne Agins, and, in 2013, the world premiere of Tanya Barfield's The Call, directed by Leigh Silverman in a joint production by Primary Stages and Playwrights Horizons. He recently starred in two La Jolla Playhouse productions; J.T. Rogers' Blood And Gifts, directed by Lucie Tiberghien, and Arthur Kopit and Anton Dudley's world premier A Dram Of Drummhicit, directed by Christopher Ashley.
His first major film role came in 2007, where he played State Department official Ellis Leach in The Kingdom. In 2009's Julie & Julia, AuCoin played one of the executives for the Houghton Mifflin publishing company who declined to publish Julia Child's soon-to-be-legendary cookbook.
|2003||Normal Life, AA Normal Life||Josh|
|2003||Love & Stuff||Simon|
|2005||Perfect Fit, AA Perfect Fit||Brian|
|2007||Ghosts of the Heartland||Wellman|
|2007||Kingdom, TheThe Kingdom||Ellis Leach|
|2009||Julie & Julia||Houghton Mifflin Executive|
|2011||The Music Never Stopped||Dr. Gilbert|
|2013||The Word||Sean Higgins|
|2013||Burma||Alan||SXSW Special Jury Award for Ensemble Acting|
|1996||City, TheThe City||Mark||Episode dated 11 November 1996|
|1996||Guiding Light||Doug||Episode #1.12642|
|1998||Law & Order||First Assistant||Season8, Episode 23: "Tabloid"|
|2000||Law & Order||Pat Callister||Season 10, Episode 18: "Mega"|
|2001||Law & Order||Rich Porter||Season 12, Episode 1: "Who Let the Dogs Out?"|
|2002||New Americans||Brian||TV Movie|
|2004||Sopranos, TheThe Sopranos||Agent Jim Ashe||Season 1, Episode 8: "Rat Pack"|
|2004||Third Watch||Jeff Weaver||Season 6, Episode 1: "More Monsters"|
|2006||Law & Order||Andrew Semel||Season1, Episode 8: "Family Friend"|
|2006||Waterfront||Peter Keatch||Recurring role. Series cancelled by CBS before airing.|
|2008||Without a Trace||Nick Selat||Season 7, Episode 2: "22 x 42"|
|2009||Kings||Serviceman Lawrence||Season 1, Episode 9: "Pilgrimage"|
|2009||Good Wife, TheThe Good Wife||Carl Thomas||Season 1, Episode 8: "Unprepared"|
|2010||White Collar||Arthur Landry||Season 1, Episode 8: "Hard Sell"|
|2010||Gossip Girl||Doug Jarrett||Season 3, Episode 15: "The Sixteen Year Old Virgin"|
|2010||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Dr. Shelly Springe||Season 9, Episode 13: "The Mobster Will See You Now"|
|2011||Body of Proof||Mike Walsh||Season 1, Episode 4: "Talking Heads"|
|2011||Untitled Jersey City Project||Ray Harrison||Season 1, Episodes 1-5|
|2012||Blue Bloods||Jack Cavanaugh||Season 2, Episode 10: "Whistle Blower"|
|2013||Elementary||Grey Suit||Season 1, Episode 13: "The Red Team"|
|2013||The Following||Phil Gray||Season 1, Episode 14: "The End Is Near"|
|2014||Unforgettable||Alpha Omega||Season 2, Episode 11: "Omega Hour"|
|2014||The Americans||Pastor Tim||Season 2, Episodes 9, 12, 13|
|2014||Person of Interest||Langdon||Season 3, Episode 22: "A House Divided"|
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- Swisher, Larry (July 4, 2003). "After false starts, AuCoin carves out rich life after Congress". The Daily Astorian.
- "Up Close: Radiance Star Kelly AuCoin". Labyrinth Theater Company. November 28, 2012.
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- "Actors". Georgetown Days (Georgetown Day School): 14. Summer 2001. Retrieved June 9, 2010.
- "Where are they now?". Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Retrieved June 9, 2010.
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- "The Call". Playwright Horizons. Retrieved February 14, 2013.
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- McNulty, Charles (May 23, 2011). "« Previous | Culture Monster Home - Theater review: 'A Dram of Drummhicit' at La Jolla Playhouse". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved May 23, 2011.
- "Planet Money's Fake Presidential Candidate". Retrieved October 19, 2012.
- "List of Bessie Award winners". Danspaceproject.org. Retrieved June 9, 2010.
- "SXSW: ‘Short Term 12,’ ‘William and the Windmill’ Win Jury Prizes". Variety. March 12, 2013.
- Kelly AuCoin at the Internet Movie Database
- Kelly AuCoin at the Internet Broadway Database
- Kelly AuCoin at the Internet Off-Broadway Database