Kent Broadhurst

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Kent Broadhurst
Kent Broadhurst.jpg
Born (1940-02-04) February 4, 1940 (age 75)
St. Louis, Missouri
Occupation Actor · Playwright · Screenwriter · Painter

Kent Broadhurst (born February 4, 1940) is an American actor,[1] painter, playwright and screen writer. As an actor he has appeared:

At Thirty (1970), by Kent Broadhurst
Oil on Canvas, 4.5' x 6.5'

His credits as a playwright include "They're Coming To Make It Brighter", "Lemons", "The Eye of the Beholder" and "The Habitual Acceptance of the Near Enough" all first produced at the Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville. His screenplays include Wild Iris, The Triangle: A Day That Changes Everything, and They're Coming to Make it Brighter. As a painter, Mr. Broadhurst has completed over 2000 works that now hang in galeries, homes and businesses across the country.

A graduate of University of Nebraska in 1962, Kent is a member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors' Equity Association, and the Dramatists Guild of America and lives in New York City.

He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Roberta Ruth (née Rothrock) and James Arthur Broadhurst.

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