Kevin Summers

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Kevin Summers (born 1950) is an Australian actor who has worked in theatre, film & television for over four decades.

Career[edit]

Television

Summers' credits include:

Theatre

Summer' theatre work includes the role of Lionel Murphy in Conspiracy,[5] a return season of Ron Blair's one man piece The Christian Brothers, and St Thomas in The Trial of Judas Iscariot.

Playwright

Summers' own plays include:

  • The Empty Say
  • Blamey (Chapel off Chapel)
  • Amendment to Terror
  • Salvation Jane (Chapel off Chapel)

Some of his more recent[when?] work is in the (Melbourne, Australia) corporate sector with Laughing Matters.[6] His agent is Melissa Rose Management.

Personal life[edit]

Summers has been married to Jo for over 21 years and they have a dog named Sammy. He is also an uncle, a godfather and a grand uncle. He loves sport and plays golf. Summers is also a fan of the Western Bulldogs and horse racing. Australian and international politics is another of his passions.

References[edit]

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  6. ^ "Welcome to Laughing Matters". Laughingmatters.com.au. Retrieved 2012-10-13.