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Acevedo, Kirk 1972–

ACEVEDO, Kirk 1972–


Born 1972, in Brooklyn, NY; companion of Kerry Johnson (an actor). Education: State University of New York, Purchase, B.F.A., acting.

Addresses: Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Manager—Abrams Entertainment, 5225 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Publicist—I/D PR NY, 155 Spring St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10012.

Career: Actor. Founding member of the Rorschach Group theater company.

Awards, Honors: Drama Desk Award nomination, outstanding featured actor in a play, 1997, for Tooth of Crime (Second Dance); Cable ACE Awards nomination, actor in a dramatic series, 1997, ALMA Award nominations, outstanding actor in a drama series, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, all for Oz; ALMA Award, outstanding actor in a supporting role in a feature film, 1999, for The Thin Red Line.


Film Appearances:

Caller, Arresting Gena, 1997.

Kirk, Kirk and Kerry (short film), 1997.

Private Tella, The Thin Red Line (also known as La mince ligne rouge), Twentieth Century–Fox, 1998.

Broker, Boiler Room, New Line Cinema, 2000.

Kurt, In the Weeds, Moonstone Entertainment, 2000.

Parolee, The Visit, Shoreline Entertainment, 2000.

Ramundo, Bait (also known as Piege), Warner Bros., 2000.

Duncan, Dinner Rush, Access Motion Picture, 2000.

Santo, 5up 2down, 2005.

Television Appearances; Series:

Miguel Alvarez, a recurring role, Oz, HBO, 1997–2002.

Detective Hector Salazar, Law & Order: Trial by Jury, NBC, 2005.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Nicky Scibetta, Witness to the Mob, NBC, 1998.

Sergeant Joseph Toye, Band of Brothers, HBO, 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Second Hispanic boy, The Sunshine Boys, CBS, 1997.

Paradise, Showtime, 2004.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Law & Order: Trial by Jury, NBC, 2004.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Himself, The Making of "Band of Brothers" (documentary), HBO, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Joey Claudio, "Tasha," New York Undercover, Fox, 1994.

Ramon, "Tag, You're Dead," New York Undercover, Fox, 1995.

Mark, "Stones," Swift Justice, UPN, 1996.

Richie Morales, "Corruption," Law & Order, NBC, 1996.

Bernard, "The Promised Land," New York Undercover, Fox, 1997.

Ray Aldo, "Dead End on Blank Street," The Sentinel, UPN, 1999.

Paulie Fuentes, "Requiem for a Bantamweight," Third Watch, NBC, 2001.

Paulie Fuentes, "Unfinished Business," Third Watch, NBC, 2001.

Nick McKussik, "Ice," Fastlane, Fox, 2003.

Officer Scott Grafton, "Take My Wife, Please," NYPD Blue, ABC, 2004.

Stage Appearances:

Crow, Tooth of Crime (Second Dance), Lucille Lortel Theatre, New York City, 1996–97.

Also appeared in Romeo and Juliet.

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