Kevin Weisman

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Kevin Weisman (born December 29, 1970) is an American film, television and stage actor. His best-known acting role was that of Marshall Flinkman on the television series Alias (2001–2006). 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 Theatre/Film/Television and also studied at New York's Circle in the Square Theatre. Kevin was a founding member of Buffalo Nights Theater Company, and went on to produce and act in over fifteen award winning shows in and around the Los Angeles area. Weisman is a founding member of the Buffalo Nights Theatre Company and appeared in numerous plays at their resident space, the Powerhouse Theatre in Santa Monica. Weisman's stage résumé includes roles in Arthur Schnitzler's Anatol, Jean Giraudoux's Apollo of Bellac, which received a Garland for Production of the Year and seven LA Weekly award nominations; 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.
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