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KEVIN DUNN graduated with a drama degree from Illinois' Wesleyan University. Since then, he has performed onstage in numerous Chicago-area theater productions, including Dealing, Spokesong, Isn't It Romantic, Quartermaine's Terms and The Time of Your Life. He also starred in the Williamstown Theatre Festival production of Golden Boy.

His notable film roles include convicted Watergate conspirator Charles Colson in Oliver Stone's Nixon, the scheming Presidential press secretary Alan Reed in Ivan Reitman's Dave, and J. Edgar Hoover in Richard Attenborough's Chaplin. His other films include Snake Eyes, Godzilla, Small Soldiers, The Sixth Man, Picture Perfect, Chain Reaction, Mad Love, Little Big League, Beethoven's 2nd, Only The Lonely, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Marked For Death, Blue Steel and Mississippi Burning.

Dunn has also had several televisions roles. On the small screen, he appeared in HBO's "The Second Civil War," directed by Joe Dante, as well as in the telefilms "Blue Heaven," "Shattered Mind," "Unforgivable," "Jack Reed IV," "The Four Diamonds," "Double Edge" and "Taken Away." He has also guest-starred on such shows as "Seinfeld," "JAG," "Roseanne" and "Cheers," as well as appearing as a series regular on "Arsenio" and "Jack and Mike."

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