2015 Kevin Ramsey

KevinRLargeActor-Director-Filmmaker is a native of New Orleans who continues to cross-over varied artistic mediums, whether serving as the Co-Producer/Director/Writer on the award-winning short film "Tap Rap," starring Savion Glover, to starring on Broadway in the award-winning Cy Coleman musical "The Life," which garnered him an Outer Critics Circle nomination, as well as, his countless guest star appearances on such television network shows as "Cold Case," "24," and "Saving Grace."

As a guest director/choreographer/writer at the Milwaukee Repertory and Delaware Theater Company his commissioned works include "Sam Cooke: Forever Mr. Soul, "A Cappella Humana," "Chasin' Dem Blues: Untold Story of Paramount Records" "Fire On The Bayou," and "Soultime: At The Apollo."

Recent directorial and choreographic assignments were represented in the national television commercial spots for GM Pontiac's "It's in the Blood," for Black History Month, and Prilosec's "The Purple Pill," as well as, a number of industrial corporate films, including MetLife. He co-authored, directed and choreographed the late great Harold Nicholas of Hollywood's most legendary dance team, the Nicholas Brothers, in the new musical "If These Shoes Could Talk." As an actor, other television guest starring and/or recurring appearances include, "The District," "The Hughley's," "State of Grace," and "Charmed."

Film credits include, Sidney Lumet's "Night Falls On Manhattan," opposite Andy Garcia, "Trial By Jury," opposite William Hurt, and "Evidence of Humanity," opposite Peter Falk. Stage credits include the hit Broadway shows, The Lion King (LA), the role of Mufasa, "Black and Blue," "Five Guys Named Moe," and David Merrick's "Oh, Kay," which garnered him the Astaire and Theater World Award for Best Performance on Broadway.