Kevin Summers

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Kevin Summers (born 1950) is an Australian actor who has worked in theatre, film & television for over four decades.



Summers' credits include:


Summers' theatre work includes the role of Lionel Murphy in Conspiracy,[5] a return season of Ron Blair's one man piece The Christian Brothers, and St Thomas in The Trial of Judas Iscariot. He performed Neil LaBute's solo work, "Wrecks" in 2014.


Summers' own plays include:

  • The Empty Say La Mama)
  • Blamey (Chapel off Chapel)
  • Amendment to Terror (La Mama)
  • Salvation Jane (Chapel off Chapel)
  • Patient 12 (La Mama), published by Currency Press.

Some of his more recent[when?] work is in the (Melbourne, Australia) corporate sector with Laughing Matters.[6] His agent is Melissa Rose Management.

Personal life[edit]

Summers has been married to Jo for over 21 years and they have a dog named Sammy. He is also an uncle, a godfather and a grand uncle. He loves sport and plays golf. Summers is also a fan of the Western Bulldogs and horse racing. Australian and international politics is another of his passions.


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  5. ^ [5] Archived 22 August 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ "Welcome to Laughing Matters". Retrieved 2012-10-13.