Kevin is an Award-Winning and Critically Acclaimed Hatian-Canadian filmmaker of Indigenous heritage and African descent known for his renowned cult-classic theatrical feature documentary film Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme. It screened at numerous film festivals worldwide and won several awards including the HBO Documentary Award and Kodak Maverick Award. His films have been released theatrically, globally, and commercially broadcast on MTV Networks/VH1, B-Sky-B, and SBS; and distributed on Video by Netflix, HBO, Universal, and Sony. He studied drama and acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse with Milton Katselas and was mentored by John Singelton at USC Film School and his father who was a dancer in the original Ziegfeld Follies a on and off-Broadway actor and student of Sandy Meisner at The Neighbourhood Playhouse and the 1st director of NBC’s The Tonight Show and directed many of Muhamid Ali’s early fights. Kevin was nominated for a Student Academy Award while at LACES where he shot one of his first films with actor David Arquette and performed with fellow Unity Committee crew member Lucas McFadden aka Cut Chemist of Interscope and Grammy Nominated music rap group Jurassic-5.
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