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Kevin Csolak

Kevin Csolak is a successful actor, singer and dancer working in both the New York and Los Angeles markets for the past ten years.  

Born in Flemington, New Jersey, to parents who both work in the arts, Kevin spent his youth in his mother's performing arts school taking classes, private lessons and performing and looking up to his two older brothers, Stephen and Kurt.  He also excelled in sports and focused on baseball, catching and playing third base for recreational and travel teams as a boy and young teen. 

Kevin is a proud, 10-year, member of SAG/AFTRA and Actor's Equity. 

Kevin just completed the LAB production and demo recording of a new Broadway Musical, PROM (working title), with Broadway icon and multiple Tony winner, director/choreographer Casey Nicholaw.

Kevin recently performed along side Amy Schumer in the Emmy nominated 'Girl, You Don't Need Make Up' music video boy band spoof.  #girlyoudontneedmakeup.  He also co-starred on NBC's Mysteries of Laura as Spencer Schofield this past Winter. In addition, he danced as an apprentice with the famed Phoenix Project Dance contemporary company directed by Amber and Mikey Perkins.

He has won scholarships at every national dance convention in the tri-state area in HipHop and Tap.  He most recently won a National Title in Contemporary partnering.  He was given the distinguished honor of being selected as a Monsters of HipHop nominee to perform in LA with the top HipHop dancers in the world. He is Ivan Koumaev's assistant and demonstrator at the NUVO conventions and has been nicknamed K-Cso by this industry great.

He starred in the lead role of Jamie in the original cast of Cirque du Soleil's Wintuk at Madison Square Garden in NYC, he played Bugsy-Who in the original Broadway Show, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, he was the original Dusty in Burnt Part Boys, off Broadway.  He returned to MSG as a member of the 10th Anniversary Knicks City Kids.  

Kevin also appeared in music videos for Kanye West, JayZ and Nicki Minaj and performed live with Ne-Yo and Lady Sovereign.

Kevin co-starred as Willie Thompson on the HBO series, Boardwalk Empire.  He also played as a guest star as Luke Ryder on the CBS hit, Blue Bloods. He was a featured guest star on Oxygen's The Next Big Thing Summer of 2012. Kevin has had recurring roles on the soaps As The World Turns and One Life To Live as well as having done parts on Guiding Light and All My Children. He has done comedic spots on Late Night With David Letterman, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Are We There Yet and 30-Rock.

Kevin appears in the movie, Disconnect, director Henry Alex Rubin, starring Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard opposite designer, Marc Jacobs in the role of Shane. He also played Ryan Price in We Made A Movie directed and produced by Rob Burnett for World-Wide Pants and starred as Eric in Poz Lang's We Could Be Ninjas.  He has ten years experience doing Broadway, Stage, Film, TV, Commercials, Voice Overs and Print.

During the past four years, Kevin's choreography has been awarded top honors at numerous dance competitions including the American Dance Awards, OnStageNY, NUVO, Showstoppers & Beyond the Stars.  He continues to be sought after by top performance schools throughout the East Coast to teach and choreograph. 

In 2010, Kevin developed and marketed a new program for kids to promote healthy life habits and self image called Kickin It Wit Kevv. His promotional materials and live stage program is an interactive experience designed for children ages 6-11. It has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association and held in various venues from High School and college gymnasiums to major stages in the tri-state area.

Kevin, a member of PACE University's prestigious Musical Theatre Class of 2018 in New York City is making the move to LA this summer where he will reside and continue to pursue his career.

Thank you rings loud in the heart of this talented young man to all the mentors, teachers, choreographers, coaches, managers, agents, casting directors, Broadway directors, musical directors, film directors, stylists, photographers, friends and family who have helped him along the way.