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Kevin Michael Buckley is an actor, singer, dancer, and musician who stuns audiences in a variety of roles, whether it be as a back-flipping member of the ensemble, or as the comedic sidekick.  Kevin made his NYC début in The Wizard of Oz at Vital Theatre Company, and recently performed in the ensemble of All Shook Up at Madison Theatre at Molloy College. Most recently, he performed in The Cher Show at Gateway Playhouse and in Mamma Mia with Plaza Theatricals.

Kevin has performed in multiple theatre pieces including playing Calvin/Society Max in Guys and Dollsat Theatre Aspen directed by Hunter Foster, Sailor in South Pacificat Aspen Music Festival directed by Lonny Price, and a variety of roles for the Summer Cabaret Series at Theatre Aspen directed by Elise Kinnon.

While at Otterbein, Kevin played Fred Casely in Chicago directed by Melissa Lusher, Don Price/Acrobat in Big Fish directed by Thom Warren, and Anthony in Sweeney Todd directed by Thom Warren. He also played in The Adding Machine: A Musical as an ensemble member directed by Lenny Leibowitz and, Singin’ in the Rain as Young Cosmo directed by Christina Kirk.

Kevin’s talent brought him to part-take in a Broadway Workshop at 54 Below where he performed Shows We’ll Never Do as a Company member.

Kevin’s passion for music has led him to write and produce his own songs. Under the name of Kev! he’s released: Hovergirl, I forgot, Cncr Szn, Fun Luv, My Vibe, Do U Think It’s Sweet?, and most recently Move. All his songs can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.

Kevin recently graduated from Otterbein University with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. While at Otterbein Kevin studied voice, acting, jazz, ballet, tap, modern, and hip-hop. Kevin also trained at the Paper Mill Playhouse where he continued to learn and refine various dances.




"... Buckley knows exactly the level of a cartoon that character needs…” – Columbus Underground

Big Fish – “This is clearest in the rapport between Gittins and Bloom’s childhood nemesis Don Price (Kevin Michael Buckley). Buckley knows exactly the level of a cartoon that character needs in his veins while still being the person who stayed, who tried to change and make things better, only to watch the hero (to the play and the audience) swoop in at every dramatic moment and be the hero instead.”



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