|Born||January 7, 1971|
Early life and education
Rahm attended and graduated from Atlanta High School in Atlanta, Texas in May 1989. Following high school, Rahm, then a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, attended one of the church's Missionary Training Centers before serving as a missionary in France, Switzerland, and on the islands of Mauritius and Réunion between 1990 and 1992.
After returning to the United States, he studied pre-law at Brigham Young University, before changing his major to drama. In 1994, he was awarded the Irene Ryan Award for best college actor. In 1996, Rahm dropped out of college to pursue an acting career in Hollywood.
Rahm played Kyle McCarty, Amy Gray's cousin, for three seasons on Judging Amy. He joined the show in season 3, when Dan Futterman left. In 2001 he starred in the Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial "Big Day". On October 21, 2007, he made his first appearance as Lee McDermott, a new Wisteria Lane resident on ABC's Desperate Housewives, who is gay and has a husband, Bob Hunter (played by Tuc Watkins).
In 2014, Rahm was cast as a newsroom editor in the film, Nightcrawler. From 2010 to 2015, Rahm played Ted Chaough, a Madison Avenue advertising creative director, in AMC's award-winning show, Mad Men.
|1993||The Mediator||Debtor||Short film|
|1995||Out of Annie's Past||Young Waiter|
|1995||Of Love & Betrayal||Jack O'Connor|
|1996||Turning Point||Young Frank Thomas|
|1996||Same River Twice||Moocher|
|1997||Tiny Heroes||Weasels (voice)|
|1998||Clay Pigeons||Bystander at Amanda's|
|1999||Valerie Flake||Jogger Ronald|
|2000||Nurse Betty||Friend #1|
|2001||Alfred Hitchcock's Gun||Andrew|
|2004||Everybody and Their Mother Wants to Write and Direct||Agent's Assistant|
|2005||Chasing Leonard||Clark||Short film|
|2006||Moosecock||Jimmy Johnson||Short film|
|2006||Mojave Phone Booth||Tim|
|2006||Falling Objects||Peter||Short film|
|2007||LA Blues||Bobby Gordon|
|2007||Easy Pickins||Jimmy||Short film|
|2018||The Oath||Keith Balers|
|1996||Touched by an Angel||Doug Richards||Episode: "The One That Got Away"|
|1996||In the Blink of an Eye||Gate Guard||Television movie|
|1996||Unabomber: The True Story||Gary Wright||Television movie|
|1997||Divided by Hate||Frank||Television movie|
|1998||Legion of Fire: Killer Ants!||Glenn||Television movie|
|1998||Pacific Blue||Ed Simmons||Episode: "Cutting Edge"|
|1999–2000||Jesse||Dr. Danny Kozak||20 episodes|
|1999||Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||Norvo||Episode: "Prodigal Daughter"|
|1999||Beverly Hills, 90210||Jay Snelling||Episode: "Bobbi Dearest"|
|1999||Rescue 77||Hansen||3 episodes|
|1999||Silk Stalkings||—||Episode: "Dream Weavers"|
|1999||Everything's Relative||Leo Gorelick||4 episodes|
|2001–2004||Judging Amy||Kyle McCarty||65 episodes|
|2001||Ally McBeal||Clayton Hooper||Episode: "Reach Out and Touch"|
|2001||Friends||Tim||Episode: "The One with Rachel's Date"|
|2005||Joan of Arcadia||Dana Tuchman||2 episodes|
|2005||Grey's Anatomy||Mr. Duff||Episode: "Save Me"|
|2005||Close to Home||Pastor Mark Rayburn||Episode: "Divine Directions"|
|2006||CSI: NY||Tony Collins||Episode: "Fair Game"|
|2006||Night Stalker||Dr. Aaron Shields||Episode: "Timeless"|
|2006||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Joe Hirschoff||2 episodes|
|2006||Alpha Mom||—||Television movie|
|2007–2012||Desperate Housewives||Lee McDermott||53 episodes|
|2007||Scrubs||Joe Hutnick||Episode: "My Own Worst Enemy"|
|2007||Conspiracy||—||Unsold TV pilot|
|2008||Without a Trace||Ryan McAvoy||Episode: "Closure"|
|2009||CSI: Miami||Dr. Sean Loftin||Episode: "Chip/Tuck"|
|2009||Three Rivers||John Warren||Episode: "The Kindness of Strangers"|
|2010||The Mentalist||Brad Elias||S2 E13 "Redline"|
|2010||Open Books||Dale||Television movie|
|2010–2015||Mad Men||Ted Chaough||27 episodes|
Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
|2011–2013||I Hate My Teenage Daughter||Jack||13 episodes|
|2014||Surviving Jack||Adult Frankie (voice)||7 episodes|
|2014||Red Zone||Paul Jordan||Television movie|
|2015–2016||Bates Motel||Bob Paris||9 episodes|
|2015–2019||Madam Secretary||Michael 'Mike B' Barnow||29 episodes|
|2016–2019||Lethal Weapon||Captain Brooks Avery||49 episodes|
|2018||The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale||Special Guest||Episode: "Skip Joel"|
|2021–2022||Love, Victor||Charles Campbell||5 episodes|
- "Birthdays". The Modesto Bee. The Associated Press. January 7, 2022. p. 2A.
Actor Kevin Rahm is 51.
- "Home - The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival". web.kennedy-center.org.
- "The best commercial ever made? You tell us". VectorVault. July 19, 2011.
- "Madam Secretary Executive Producers Promise Answers for Season-Long Mystery | TV Guide". TVGuide.com. February 26, 2015.
- Profile, hollywoodreporter.com; accessed May 1, 2014.
- "Kevin Rahm, Mad Men - 15 Minutes - Opinions - April 2, 2015". Sacramento News & Review. April 2015.