Kevin Weisman at Sydney Supanova 2006
|Born||Kevin Glen Weisman
December 29, 1970
Los Angeles, California, United States
|Residence||Los Angeles, United States|
|Education||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|Occupation||actor of theater, film, television, voice over artist, producer entertainer|
|Notable work||The Runaways, ALIAS, Flipped, Hello Ladies, The Blacklist, Better Call Saul, X-Files, Scorpion, Goliath, Clerks 2, Awake, Roswell...|
|Spouse(s)||Jodi Tanowitz Weisman (2005-2011, div.)|
|Children||Maya Rose Weisman, Eli Samuel Weisman|
Kevin Glen Weisman is an American film, television and stage actor. He has played Marshall Flinkman on the ABC television series Alias (2001–2006), Kives on the HBO television series and movie Hello Ladies (2013–14), Ray on the CBS television series Scorpion, and Dr. Maynard on the NBC television series The Blacklist. Weisman plays Ned Berring in season one of the David E. Kelley series, Goliath, as well as Dale Yorkes on the Hulu series Runaways.
Weisman was born to a Jewish family in Los Angeles, California. He pursued acting at a young age, participating in local drama festivals in and around the Los Angeles area (DTASC). He received a BA from UCLA's prestigious School of Theater, Film and Television  and also studied at New York's Circle in the Square Theatre. Weisman is a founding member of Buffalo Nights Theater Company.
Weisman was nominated for a Leading actor Award (Stage Raw) for his work as Francois Villon in Murray Mednick's Villon, which premiered at the Odyssey Theater in Los Angeles. The show was produced by the Padua Playwrights. In the fall of 2012, he took the role of frustrated writer, Arthur Kellog in Jaime Pachino's West Coast premiere of The Return to Morality at the Production Company at the Lex Theater in Hollywood.
Weisman is a founding member of the Buffalo Nights Theatre Company. His roles with Buffalo Nights include Arthur Schnitzler's Anatol, Jean Giraudoux's Apollo of Bellac; Madman and the Nun, The Firebugs, Suburban Motel, Ethan Lipton's Hope on the Range, Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, Oscar Wilde's Salome, and the West Coast Premiere of Jonathan Marc Sherman's Sophistry.
His other theatre credits include 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, The Greeks and The Goldoni Trilogy. Weisman has also worked at the La Mirada Theater for Performing Arts, where he appeared as 'Gabe' in Donald Margulies' Dinner with Friends
In addition to five seasons on the ABC series Alias, Weisman recently appeared as a series regular in the Stephen Merchant/HBO project, Hello Ladies, where he was named one of the season's "best new characters" by tv.com. He appeared in an episode of AMC's Better Call Saul entitled "Hero", and has a recurring role as Dr. Jeffrey Maynard on The Blacklist on NBC, and as Ray Spiewack on Season 2 of Scorpion on CBS. Weisman recently completed filming the feature, The Trust, also starring Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood. He played a recurring role as Assistant DA, Todd Erlich, on TNT's Perception, and portrayed Anson Stokes in a fan favorite The X-Files season 7 episode, entitled "Je Souhaite", written and directed by Vince Gilligan. Weisman also appeared in Kevin Smith's feature film, Clerks II. He appeared as Aidan Quinn's character's younger, mentally challenged brother, Daniel Baker in Rob Reiner's Flipped. He had a recurring role as the mysterious 'Mr. Blonde', in the NBC show, Awake. He has also appeared on various shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Roswell, E.R, Frasier, JAG, The Pretender, The Drew Carey Show, Pauly, Just Shoot Me, Chuck, Miami Medical, Ghost Whisperer, Moonlight, Awake, Fairly Legal, Felicity, Human Target, The Forgotten, The Glades, CSI, CSI: Miami, CSI: New York, Fringe, and October Road. Other film work includes The Rock, Gone in 60 Seconds, Space Buddies, Robbers, Unicorn City, Bending The Rules, B.O.H.I.C.A, and Undocumented.
Weisman produced and acted in the 2004 feature film The Illusion, directed by Michael Goorjian. He has also appeared on Bravo's Celebrity Poker Showdown. Weisman was the drummer for the rock band Trainwreck.
He was appeared on both the Entertainment Weekly "Must List" and Matt Roush/TV Guide's "Top 10 scene stealers."
In 2004, Weisman was a participant in the first-ever national television advertising campaign supporting donations to Jewish federations. The program featured "film and television personalities celebrating their Jewish heritage and promoting charitable giving to the Jewish community".
|1995||Frasier||Decorator||Episode: "Kisses Sweeter Than Wine"|
|1997||The Weird Al Show||Spike||Episode: "Bad Influence"|
|Pauly||Burger||8 Episodes/Series Regular|
|Just Shoot Me!||Neil||Episode: "The Experiment"|
|Beverly Hills Family Robinson||Brinx||TV Movie|
|1998||ER||Glenn Karkowski||Episode: "Exodus"|
|The Drew Carey Show||Carl||Episode: "Drew and the Conspiracy"|
|Maggie Winters||Harold||Episode: "Dinner at Rachel's"|
|1999||JAG||Jerry Kemp||Episode: "The Adversaries"|
|1999–2000||Roswell||Larry Trilling||4 Episodes/Recurring|
|Love & Money||Eddie||Episode: "Puff the Magic Sister"|
|The Pretender||Mr. Abel||Episode: "Meltdown"|
|The X-Files||Anson Stokes||Episode: "Je Souhaite"|
|2001||Gideon's Crossing||Mr. Ryan||Episode: "The Crash"|
|Charmed||Lukas||Episode: "Sin Francisco"|
|Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place||Lost & Found employee||Episode: "An Eye for a Finger"|
|In a Heartbeat||Distressed Man||Episode: "Star Struck"|
|First Years||PI Richard Wad||3 Episodes/Recurring|
|2000–2001||Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Dreg||4 Episodes/Recurring|
|2001–2006||Alias||Marshall Flinkman||105 Episodes
Nominated–Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Sidekick (2003, 2005)
|2006||Ghost Whisperer||Dennis Hightower||Episode: "The Ghost Within"|
|2007||Moonlight||Steve Balfour||4 Episodes/Recurring|
|Chuck||Reardon Paine||Episode: "Chuck Versus the Truth"|
|October Road||Duncan Bow||Episode: "How to Kiss Hello"|
|Business Class||G. Glenn Ross||TV Movie|
|2008||CSI: NY||Mike Hess||Episode: "The Box"|
|2009||Numb3rs||Bus Driver||Episode: "Jacked"|
|2010||The Forgotten||Ziipper||Episode: "Double Doe"|
|Human Target||Martin Gleason||Episode: "Lockdown"|
|CSI: Miami||Ricky Spano||Episode: "Meltdown"|
|Miami Medical||Moose||Episode: "Man on the Road"|
|Fringe||Gemini||Episode: "6955 kHz"|
|2011||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Craig Higgins||Episode: "Man Up"|
|The Glades||Ben Pershing||Episode: "Welcome to Gibtown"|
|2012||Fairly Legal||Danny Martin||Episode: "Shine a light"|
|Awake||Ed Hawkins||4 Episodes/Recurring|
|2013||Perception||AUSA Todd Erlich||Recurring|
|Hello Ladies||Kives||Main Cast/Series Regular|
|2014||Hello Ladies: The Movie||Kives/Main Cast||TV Movie|
|2015||Better Call Saul||Stevie||Episode: "Hero"|
|The Blacklist||Dr. Jeffrey Maynard||4 Episodes/Recurring|
|Kingdom||Eddie Rayburn||Episode: "New Money"|
|Scorpion||Ray Speiwack||12 Episodes/Recurring|
|2016||The Blacklist||Dr. Jeffrey Maynard||Episode : "The Vehm"|
|Heartbeat||Dr. Brenneman||Episode: "What Happens in Vegas...Happens"|
|Goliath||Ned Berring||6 episodes/Recurring|
|2017-present||Runaways||Dale Yorkes||Main cast|
|Cage II||Cab Driver|
|1999||Man of the Century||Squibb|
|Gone in 60 Seconds||Intern #2|
|More Dogs Than Bones||Arlo|
|2002||Buying the Cow||Cabdriver|
|2004||Sweet Underground||Film Director|
|2006||Clerks II||Hobbit Lover|
|2009||Space Buddies||Dr. Finkel||Video|
|Level 26: Dark Origins||Josh Banner||Short|
|2012||Bending the Rules||Gil|
- Jewish Federations of North America: "Film and Television Celebrities Promote Jewish Federations in First-Ever National Television Advertising Campaign - Jewish Stars Promote Federations' Initiatives and Mission" Archived 2013-11-03 at the Wayback Machine. August 2, 2004
- "NOTABLE ALUMNI ACTORS". UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Retrieved September 29, 2014.
- "STAGE RAW Announces First Ever Nominations, April 13 at LA Theater Center". Broadway World. March 14, 2015. Retrieved April 3, 2015.
- TV.com bio info
- Andreeva, Nellie (September 4, 2012). "Duo Cast In HBO Comedy Pilot 'Hello Ladies'". Deadline. Retrieved April 3, 2015.
- "The 12 Best New Characters of the Fall 2013 TV Season". tv.com. October 24, 2013. Retrieved April 3, 2015.
- Hibberd, James (January 26, 2012). "'Alias' actor joins NBC's 'Awake' -- EXCLUSIVE". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved February 3, 2012.
- People: "The Marrying Kind" June 6, 2006