Kevin Carolan

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Kevin Carolan (born May 22, 1968; Bronx, NY) is an American actor and comedian. During his career, he has had roles on television, stage, and film.


Kevin studied theatre at Montclair State University in New Jersey in the late 1980s.

His Broadway/National Tour credits include: Newsies (Roosevelt), Chicago (Amos), Dirty Blonde (Charlie). City Center Encores!: Pardon My English, and The Ritz (play).

His regional theater credits include: Baloo in the world premiere of The Jungle Book musical directed by Mary Zimmerman (Goodman Theatre/Huntington Theatre), Lips Together, Teeth Apart (George Street Playhouse); A Thousand Clowns (Studio Arena); Dirty Blonde (GSP, Wilma Theatre, Hangar Theatre); Kudzu (Ford's Theater, Goodspeed)., Happy Days the Musical, A Streetcar Named Desire

His television appearances include: Boardwalk Empire, The Middle, Sonny With a Chance, Fringe, All My Children, White Collar, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Spin City, Trinity (recurring), Orange Is the New Black, and the Law & Order franchise.

He was named Newark Star-Ledger's Best Featured Actor, 1999; nominee, 2004.

Private life[edit]

Kevin is married to writer Maryann Carolan. Kevin and Mare have two children together, Kate and Jack. Kevin was raised in Wanaque, New Jersey and attended St Francis Parochial Elementary School and Neumann Prep High School. His high school nickname was Paco.

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