Off-Broadway credits include the role of Ellard opposite Matthew Broderick in the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of The Foreigner, for which Cahoon received a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor, and Phil D'Armano in Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party at The Manhattan Theatre Club. For New York's City Center Encore's! Series Cahoon has been seen as Woof in Hair and Peter in Babes in Arms and recently created the role Buster in Minsky's at The Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. Other regional credits include The Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Berkshire Theatre Festival, NY Stage and Film, and Garland Wright's production of Babes In Arms at The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis.
On television Cahoon portrayed Ross Rothman on ABC's Six Degrees and Kermit Jones on AMC's The Royale. He has also guest starred on Fox's Canterbury's Law, ABC's Hope and Faith, NBC's Law and Order and Law and Order: Criminal Intent. On film he can be seen in Woody Allen's The Curse of the Jade Scorpion, Paul Reiser's The Thing About My Folks, Adrienne Shelley's Sudden Manhattan, and Michael Knowle's One Night. Upcoming releases in 2011 include Warner Bros.' W.E. directed by Madonna.
With his New York-based band, Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy, Cahoon has played packed shows at many New York venues including CBGB's, Don Hill's, Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, Irving Plaza, and has shared the bill with such luminaries as Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, and Justin Bond. Kevin is also featured in the documentary film Squeezebox about NY's downtown rock and roll community. Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy's debut album Doll received The Out Music Award for Outstanding Debut Recording, received a Citation of Merit from Billboard Magazines' World Songwriters Awards, its title song is the lead track for the Daisy3Pictures release Ready, OK, spending many weeks on Sirius Radios' OutQ top 10.
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