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Kevin Chapman is an American actor known for his big build and ability to play an assortment of characters ranging from the obnoxious brother, Terrence, in FX's Rescue Me to street enforcer, Val Savage, in Clint Eastwood's critically acclaimed film, Mystic River.
Chapman was discovered by the late director, Ted Demme, and was cast as Mickey Pat in Monument Ave. (1998). Other notable film roles of his include The Cider House Rules, 21 Grams, In Good Company, an Italian mobster in Boondock Saints (1999), Val Savage in Mystic River (2003), and Fire Lt. Frank McKinney in Ladder 49 (2004). Chapman starred as Irish Mob boss, Freddie Cork, for three seasons in the Showtime original series Brotherhood. Chapman played Warden Mitchell in 24 (season 3) (2003). Chapman plays CIA operative, O'Leary, in the independent comedy, Black Dynamite.
In 2006 Chapman appeared as an officer in the episode "Lessons Learned" (Season 2, Episode 10) of Criminal Minds. In 2010 he played Bunny in the Tony Scott action film, Unstoppable, starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. He also was a guest star in the hit series Lost. He co-stars with Willem Dafoe and Matt Dillon in the upcoming film Whiskey Bay (2013) directed by Chris Brinker.