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KEVIN CONWAY (Frank Papale) has created many memorable characters in film, television and theater. Conway's career on the stage includes: "Other People's Money” (Off-Broadway—Outer Critics' Circle Award for Best Actor), "The Elephant Man” (Original Broadway), "Of Mice and Men” (Broadway and Kennedy Center), "King John” (N.Y. Shakespeare Festival), "On the Waterfront” (Broadway—Drama League Award for Best Actor), "When Ya Comin' Back Red Ryder?” (Off- Broadway and Los Angeles Obie, Drama Desk and L.A. Awards for Best Actor), "Long Day's Journey Into Night” (Kennedy Center and Broadway) and his personal favorite, "One Flew Over the Cuckoos' Nest” (Off-Broadway).

In addition to performing, Conway has directed for the stage, debuting with "Mecca” by English playwright Ted Whitehead, which was selected by Time magazine as one of the top 10 plays of the year, earning both the playwright and Conway Drama Desk Award Nominations. He went on to direct "Other People's Money” (Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles—Critics Award) and "The Elephant Man” (Westport, CT). In New York, he helmed productions of "Short Eyes” by Miguel Pinero and starring Laurence Fishburne, Ving Rhames and Michael O'Keefe; "The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore” with Elizabeth Ashley and Amanda Plummer; and Ted Whitehead's "The Man Who Fell in Love with His Wife,” in which Conway also starred.

Conway also directed the feature film "El Sol y la Luna” starring Joaquim De Almeida, Mila Burnette and Jose Ferrer in addition to several documentaries. He has done extensive narrations for television shows and commercials including work on numerous documentaries by the acclaimed Ken Burns, most notably as the voice of Mark Twain. On television, Conway has starred in numerous miniseries and specials including "Gettysburg,” "Streets of Laredo,” "Calm at Sunset, Calm at Dawn,” "Rage of Angels,” "The Scarlet Letter,” "The Elephant Man,” "The Whipping Boy,” "Flamingo Rising,” "Deadliest Season,” "When Will I Be Loved,” "Something About Amelia,” "The Gardener's Son,” "Jesse” and the sci-fi cult classic "The Lathe of Heaven.” He has guest-starred on many television series, including playing "Kayless,” the Klingon Messiah on "Star Trek: The Next Generation.” He can also be seen in the upcoming Showtime series "Brotherhood,” as well as NBC's "Black Donnellys,” created by Academy Award® winners Bobby Moresco and Paul Haggis ("Crash”).

Conway has starred in over twenty feature films including: "Looking for Richard,” "The Confession,” "The Quick and the Dead,” "Ramblin' Rose,” "Jennifer 8,” "One Good Cop,” "F.I.S.T.,” "Paradise Alley,” "Slaughterhouse 5,” "Funny Farm,” "13 Days,” "Black Knight,” "Gettysburg,” "Gods and Generals” and "Mystic River.”


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