KEVIN MICHAEL CLARKE
Kevin Michael Clarke has been acting on and off for over forty years, and is known for his work in TV commercials, TV shows & feature films, as well as a professional voice artist.
Whilst serving in the Royal Air Force in the early 1980's, Kevin started his acting career in community theatre, and then continued in his home town of Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK, where he appeared in over sixty local productions, including dramas, comedies, musicals and reviews.
Theatrical highlights include playing Seymour in "Little Shop of Horrors", Gary in "A Slice of Saturday Night", Dr. Dysart in "Equus" and Judas in "Jesus Christ Superstar", to name a few.
In 1989, he was part of the team that represented the UK in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, (as it was then), after winning the the final of the British One-Act Festival.
Kevin trained in Southend, London, and at the Actors' Workshop, Boston, MA, and in Prague.
In 2009, after 3 years living in Prague, Kevin turned professional, and now has multiple TV and film credits, such as “Borgia”, “Carnival Row”, “The Transporter: The Series”, “Crossing Lines”, “Whiskey Cavalier”, “Legends”, “Knightfall”, “Child 44”, “The Musketeers”, etc., etc.
He has over 200 voice artist & ADR credits, and frequently runs a voice acting workshop for local actors.
Kevin has also worked as dialogue coach to high-profile actors such as Karel Roden, Karel Dobrý, Roland Møller & Alexandra Borbély, as well as other established Prague-based actors.