Kevin Tan

Kevin was born in the capital of Taipei, Taiwan. At the mere age of five, Kevin was cast as a child model for a bicycle commercial that aired on national television. His next gig was at the age of six, when he appeared on the popular Taiwanese game show “Happy Sunday”. Kevin and his family immigrated to USA during the year of 1997. He said goodbye to his relatives and childhood friends, but never let go of his dream to become an actor. He started making moves toward his goal when he attended Howard Community College. He also began networking with local actors/actresses and others in the local industry in the Baltimore/Washington metro area. Kevin has appeared in many independent films, such as: “Bullet of Life”, “Bloody Good Ratings”, “The Last Cry”, “Livelihood”, and “The Projectionist” and the film, “The Projectionist” which was picked up by the Tribeca Film Festival. Kevin has appeared in numerous TV network stations such as National Geographic, History Channel, FOX, ABC, HBO, and MTV and He has worked on major commercials appearing in Back to School, Comcast, and Carmax. Kevin Tan was cast in a day player role in Eyes of the Roshi, starring: Eric Roberts, Ethan Marten and many talented actors. He also received a lead role in “A Time Before” ,a short film submitted for HBO Visionary competition December 2016 and a supporting role “Behind Closed Doors” which was also submitted to HBO Visionary competition in 2018.

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