Actor, born July 8, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The
youngest of six children of Edmund Bacon, a noted Philadelphia city planner and
a schoolteacher mother, Kevin left home at the age of 17 to attend classes at
the Manning Street Actor's Theatre and the Circle in the Square Theater School
in New York City. He began his professional acting career off-Broadway in Alan
Brown's Forty Deuce, receiving an Obie award for his performance. His Broadway
debut came in 1983, co-starring with Sean Penn and Val Kilmer in the John Byrne
play, Slab Boys.