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August 10, 1974 |
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Years active||Acting (1993–2006)
|Spouse(s)||Katie Kimberling (2005–present)|
Craig Kirkwood (born August 10, 1974) is an American lawyer and former actor. He is best known for his role as Jerry "Rev" Harris in the 2000 film Remember the Titans.
Kirkwood was born in Los Angeles, California. He made his acting debut in a Levi's commercial after being hired by his aunt who is a casting director, Amy Sobo. After enrolling in high-school drama classes, in 1993 he was cast in the NBC Saturday morning sitcom Running the Halls, which ran for one season. He went on to guest star on My So-Called Life, Family Matters, The Parent 'Hood, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Sister, Sister, The Burning Zone, The Steve Harvey Show, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Mercy Point, Nikki, JAG, It's All Relative and Courting Alex.
In 1997, Kirkwood co-starred in the TV series Deepwater Black, which ended after one season.
Kirkwood's most notable role to date was as Jerry "Rev" Harris in the 2000 Disney film Remember the Titans. Kirkwood co-starred in Why Do Fools Fall in Love and the Disney Channel Original Movie Hounded with Tahj Mowry. He appeared in the films Slash, Dead Above Ground, Cats and Mice, Rain and Calendar Girls. He has performed in theater for plays including Little Shop of Horrors, Grease and Big River.
|1998||Why Do Fools Fall in Love||Eddie Williams|
|2000||Remember the Titans||Jerry "Rev." Harris|
|2002||Dead Above Ground||Jason Johnson|
|2003||Cats and Mice||Buddy|
|1993||Running the Halls||Miles Taylor||Main role, 13 episodes|
|1994||Cosmic Slop: The Space Traders||Lenny||Television movie (HBO)|
|1994||My So-Called Life||Sam||Episode: "The Substitute"|
|1994||My So-Called Life||Troy||Episode: "Self-Esteem"|
|1995||Family Matters||Gary Menteer||Episode: "Cheers Looking at You, Kid"|
|1995||The Parent 'Hood||Daryl Cooper||Episode: "Nice Guys Finish Last" (S1:E11)|
|1996||CBS Schoolbreak Special||Episode: "Crosstown"|
|1996||The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air||Frederick||Episode: "The Butler's Son Did It"|
|1996||Sister, Sister||Michael||Episode: "Big Twin On Campus"|
|1996||The Burning Zone||Daryl Luge||Episode: "Arms of Fire" (S1:E4)|
|1997||Mission Genesis||Zak||Main role, 13 episodes|
|1998||The Steve Harvey Show||Sylvester||Episode: "Breakfast with Tiffany"|
|1998||Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||James||Episode: "A Joyful Noise"|
|1998||Mercy Point||N/A||Episodes: "Opposing Views", "Last Resort"|
|2001||Hounded||Mike Martin||Television movie (Disney Channel)|
|2001||Nikki||Charlie||Episode: "Vaya Con Nikki"|
|2002||JAG||Corporal Sean Stiles||Episodes: "Family Business", "Offensive Action", "Ready or Not"|
|2004||It's All Relative||Matt||Episode: "Philip in a China Shop"|
|2006||Courting Alex||Matt||Episode: "Everything I Know About Men" (unaired pilot)|
- Craig Kirkwood at FilmBug.com
- "Mr Craig L Kirkwood Jr., Attorney". Lawyer.com. Retrieved November 18, 2015.
- "Loyola Law School Los Angeles - Homecoming and Launch of the Black Alumni Chapter Event Attendees". Technology.lls.edu. Retrieved 2012-08-06.