Kevin Bacon
Born: Jul 8, 1958
Kevin Bacon was born July 8, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In high school, he attended the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts. He also attended the prestigious Julia Reynolds Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School in Philadelphia with his brother, Michael. Bacon emerged at the same time as many other youthful performers, but has shown himself to be an actor with serious ambitions-and the talent to back it up. After working on the daytime soaps "The Guiding Light" and "Search for Tomorrow," he appeared in a string of hit movies, including National Lampoon's Animal House and Friday the 13th , Bacon, who studied at the Manning St. Actor's Theatre and was an apprentice at Circle-in-the-Square in New York, made his off-Broadway debut in "Getting Out," and won an Obie for his performance in "Forty Deuce," playing a teenage hustler . A starring role in the 1984 film Footloose brought Bacon box-office notoriety. He also raised eyebrows with a finely tuned performance in PBS's "Lemon Sky," for the American Playhouse series, which also introduced him to future wife Kyra Sedgwick He has also starred in movies such as Flatliners, He Said, She Said, JFK, and A Few Good Men. He plays in a band, called the Bacon Brothers. Kevin Bacon has inspired a game called Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, whereby people have to link any given actor to him by no more than six steps. For instance, to do Fred MacMurray, you could observe that MacMurray worked with Lee Marvin in The C...[MORE]
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