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- Kevin Seal was an MTV VJ in the late 1980s, the host of the pilot of Club MTV (according to an MTV special) and one of the hosts of the influential alternative-music program 120 Minutes, which debuted in 1986. After leaving the program, he hosted MTV's Headbangers Ball from 1987 to 1988 and Kevin Seal: Sporting Fool in 1990. Since leaving MTV, he made occasional TV and movie appearances, including a starring role in the 1992 interactive cinema film I'm Your Man. In 2000, he was cast as voice talent for both the lead character and primary antagonist in the Cartoon Network series Sheep in the Big City. As of 2011 Seal lives in Seattle with his wife, director Lynn Shelton. He does voice over work and is a stay-at-home dad to his son.
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