Kevin Rahm

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Kevin Rahm
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Born (1971-01-07) January 7, 1971 (age 43)
Mineral Wells, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Actor

Kevin Rahm (born January 7, 1971) is an American actor best known for his television roles as Kyle McCarty on Judging Amy, Lee McDermott on Desperate Housewives, and Ted Chaough on Mad Men.

Early life[edit]

Rahm was born in Mineral Wells, Texas. While a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), he served as a missionary in France, Switzerland, and on the islands of Mauritius and Réunion between 1990-92. After returning to the U.S. he studied pre-law at Brigham Young University, before changing his major to drama. In 1994, he was awarded the Irene Ryan Award for best college actor, and in 1996 dropped out of university to pursue an acting career in Hollywood.

Rahm has stated that he is no longer a practicing Mormon.[1]

Career[edit]

Rahm played Kyle McCarty, Amy Gray's cousin, for 3 seasons on Judging Amy. He joined the show in season 3, when Dan Futterman left the show. He also played Norvo Tigan, the brother of Nicole de Boer's character of Ezri Dax, in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, "Prodigal Daughter"; "psychic-guy" patient Mr. Duff in the Grey's Anatomy episode, "Save Me"; the driver in the 2001 VW Jetta ad, "Big Day"; and the groom in the Apple iDVD ad, "Elope". He also appeared in Scrubs as a patient.

In September 2006, Rahm guest-starred in the two-part 7th season premiere of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. On October 21, 2007, he made his first appearance as Lee McDermott, a new Wisteria Lane resident on ABC's Desperate Housewives, who is gay and has a husband, Bob Hunter (played by Tuc Watkins).

Rahm guest-starred on Friends as Tim, Monica's inexperienced sous-chef, in "The One with Rachel's Date" in Season 8; has a recurring role on AMC's Mad Men as Ted Chaough, from rival firm CGC; played car salesman Brad Elias on the CBS', The Mentalist; and played Jack, Annie's ex-brother-in-law and crush, on Fox's I Hate My Teenage Daughter.

Personal life[edit]

Rahm married Amy Lonkar, a cardio-thoracic surgeon at the University of Southern California, on April 28, 2012, on a soundstage in Burbank, California.[2]

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