Kevin is well Dunn

For this personal bio, I would like to take the liberty to be a little silly. After experiencing some of the darker moments within the content I feel this is a much-needed change of pace. Sometimes within the film, you just have the right guy for a role. The thing about having the right guy for a role is that they will always be identified as that particular character for the rest of their life.

Dominick D – Veep – PaleyFest 2014


Early start

Dunn was born in Chicago, the son of John Dunn, a musician and poet, and his wife Margaret (née East), a nurse.[2][3] His sister is actress/comedian Nora Dunn. He was raised in a Catholic family, Dunn graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1977, and received an honorary doctorate in 2008 from the same school.

Dunn married Katina Alexander in 1986. They have a son, Jack.

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career life

Dunn appeared in many live performances in Chicago and suburbs, including the theater companies Northlight, Remains, Wisdom Bridge, and Goodman before his TV and motion picture career. Dunn’s work includes Samantha Who?, a series appearing on ABC from 2007 to 2009, as well as playing Ron Witwicky in Michael Bay’s Transformers film series. His film appearances include Small Soldiers, Stir of Echoes, Godzilla(1998), Snake Eyes, Nixon, Mad Love, Ghostbusters II, Dave, Beethoven’s 2nd, and Hot Shots!, and 1492: Conquest of Paradise. Dunn also played Murry Wilson in a 2000 miniseries, The Beach Boys: An American Family. He played President Richard Nixon’s White House Counsel, Charles Colson, in Nixon and played President Bill Clinton’s National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, in the ABC miniseries The Path to 9/11. In 2000, he co-starred in Bette, a sitcom starring Bette Midler, in which he played her husband in the show’s first 11 episodes. From 2004 to 2006 Dunn had a small recurring role as a baseball coach and mentor to Tyler Hoechlin’s character Martin Brewer, and Terry Hardwick on the long-running family drama 7th Heaven.

Lots of movies he starred in over here. So here is a list of the top movies that I felt people can enjoy in the classic giant monster fandom. so check out this amazing content that everyone can enjoy.

Mississippi burning

Hot shots!

Small soldiers



that’s the thing new about him is concerned, there isn’t much to tell. he seems to be living his life just as anyone would want. Will he return to acting? Time will tell. It’s just a matter of what comes out in theaters that would majorly impact the industry.

I hope that if he was to make one last film of his career, it returns to the scene as a giant monster-related film. he just fits that role of the high-ranked military officer in the movie. It will be interesting to see what type of role he will play in his next film.

My final thoughts

Kevin managed to make a name for himself from both on the silver screen to the tv screen. His impact on my childhood has been fairly on and off in terms of my interaction with the character. In short, one could say I grew up with his involvement in the movies. It’s interesting considering how everything played out with his involvement in the films I saw. From small soldiers when I was five, to the transformers year when I was in middle school on up. Just all so amazing looking back at just the nostalgia factor that is always carried throughout the career and the lives before. it is one of those types of moments that will amaze you with how deeply engrained this type of content can be when it comes to how to present a life story as a movie.

But to sum everything up, I will say that this is one of those few times where I felt a little close to actors as a child, and even to this day, I still carry those feelings about him, Not in an unhealthy way mind you, but just in a way that a person can look back on and realize just how well this actors career co-existed with you growing up.


Well, we have reached another end to a magnificent career in the Hollywood spotlight in our back yards. It’s nice to take a break for the darker moments out there and this is just an example of how we can be light-hearted here at classic giant monsters. It’s always nice o try and go out of bounds to figure out how the world is and give a little light-heartedness to content as a whole. I’m a bit of a softy when it comes to this kind of content. I hope everyone enjoyed this type of content as a whole and I will see everyone in the next blog post or youtube video, chow for now.

Author: Vic

Just a little about me is I like monster movies and love educating people with blogs and content.

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