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Michael Louis Bunin is an American actor perhaps best known for playing the role of "Kenny" on the TBS sitcom My Boys. A prolific and highly successful commercial actor during the early part of his career, starring in at least 50 national commercials, the transition to the single camera comedy on TBS was a natural and seamless next step. He has also guest starred on several hit TV shows including Scrubs, C.S.I., Without a Trace, Charmed and Las Vegas.
Though born in Norfolk, VA, most of his youth and young adult life was spent in Las Vegas, where he attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and studied theater arts. His improvisational skills were honed with studies at The Second City Players Workshop in Chicago and the famed "Groundlings" in Los Angeles. He has been a staple at The Improv Olympic in Los Angeles where he has displayed his improvisational talents with many groups. The most notable of these groups has been "The Red Shirt Freshmen" which he co-founded in the late 1990s.
Growing up in Las Vegas and having family involved in the gaming industry provided for a unique education in all things having to do with gambling.
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