Kevyn Morrow

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Kevyn Morrow is an American actor, originally from Nebraska. His career has taken him from the American stage, to London, to film and television. Kevyn made his Broadway debut as a member of the original cast of Leader of the Pack, which also featured Broadway star Annie Golden.1 He soon after joined the cast of the legendary A Chorus Line. Kevyn was a member of the 1990 closing cast of A Chorus Line. His next Broadway show would be as an original cast member of another Michael Bennett hit, Dreamgirls. He would play various roles in the cast throughout its run both on Broadway, on tour, and in its 1987 revival, but most notably the role of C.C. White, for which he would receive critical acclaim. Following Dreamgirls, Kevyn appeared in Smokey Joe's Cafe, Dream, The Scarlet Pimpernel, and the 2002 revival of Anything Goes. Off-Broadway he appeared in the original production of The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin, which also featured TONY winner La Chanze, and Blue where he played the title character of Blue Williams. 2 He recently appeared in the premiere presentation of Ripper the musical, directed by Stephen Amato at New World Stages.
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