Kevin Page (actor)

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Kevin Page
Born 1959
Dallas, Texas, United States
Occupation Actor, Artist
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Linda Page[1]
Children Isabella (11 years old)[1]

Kevin Page, also credited as Ken Page, born 1959, is an actor. He is perhaps best known for his recurring roles on Dallas as Steven Bum Jones, right-hand man of J.R. Ewing and on Seinfeld as Stu Chermack.

Career[edit]

Kevin Page played Bum, a henchman of J.R. Ewing who was eventually revealed to be his killer in the rebooted series second season finale Legacies.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Kevin Page opened an art gallery in Dallas, Texas.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1987 RoboCop Kinney Credited as Ken Page
1989 Night Game Andy Credited as Ken Page
1990 Dark Angel White Boy #1
1991 Stone Cold Mobster #2
Death Dreams Dr. Holvag
The Woman Who Sinned Ted Osborne Short
1992 Woman with a Past Lawyer #2 Short
Quake Other Man in Crowd Video
1993 Nowhere to Run Hales Associate
1994 Deep Red Patrolman TV Movie
Without Consent Mr. Carlson Without Consent
1996 Space Marines Lucky
Crusader: No Regret Denning Video Game
Dallas: J.R. Returns Officer #1 TV Movie
1997 True Women Soldier #1
2004 The Alamo Micajah Autry
Friday Night Lights John Wilkins
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1991 L.A. Law Bookworm #4 One Episode: Splatoon
Hunter Bob Abbott One Episode: Room Service
Quantum Leap Young Doctor One Episode: Shock Theater - October 3, 1954
1992 Baywatch Hal One Episode: The Chamber
In the Heat of the Night Louis Moseley One Episode: Moseley's Lot
1992-1998 Seinfeld Stu Chermack Five Episodes: The Ticket, The Pitch, The Virgin, The Pilot and The Finale
1994 Babylon 5 Businessman One Episode: Mind War
1995-1999 Wishbone Various Roles Seventeen Episodes
2012-2014 Dallas Bum Twenty Episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Granberry, Michael (16 April 2013). "Dallas actor emerges as an answer to a famous trivia question". Dallas News. Retrieved 29 November 2013. 
  2. ^ Granberry, Michael (15 April 2013). "In the season finale of ‘Dallas,’ Dallas-based actor Kevin Page enjoys what may become a seminal moment in a long career". Pop Culture Blog. Retrieved 29 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "Actor & Artist Kevin Page Opens Art Gallery In Dallas". CBSDFW. 13 September 2013. Retrieved 29 November 2013. 

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