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Kevin Jiggetts

Award winning and critically acclaimed actor / writer Kevin Jiggetts is a sixteen year veteran of the industry. Although local now, he is still represented by one of New York's top literary and legit agencies. His resume' reflects numerous theatre productions, both local and abroad, to include, Joe Turner's Come and Gone / Kennedy Center, Wedding Dance / The Kennedy Center, Fences / Everyman Theatre, Leaving The Summer Land / Theatre J, Anna Lucasta / Rep Stage, and Tripping Through The Car House / Woolly Mammoth Theatre to name a few. In addition, his guest starring role's on T.V. include Law and Order SVU, Homicide (directed by Kathy Bates), The Wire, Miracle's Boys (directed by Spike Lee), America's Most Wanted and The Cosby Show, and starring roles in such films as The Box Preacher, U Need A Ride, Who's Crazy Here (executive produced and directed), The Date, Naked Man, etc. He has two screenplay's currently under strong consideration with several major Hollywood studios. He is a member, in good standing, of SAG (Screen Actor's Guild), AEA (Actor's Equity Association), and AFTRA (American Federation of Television Radio Artists). Oh and we gottem for the cover of The Prince Georgian Magazine.


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