KEVIN GEER (Jonesy) makes his West End debut with Side Man.  He originated the role at the New York Stage & Film at Vassar (Summer of 1996), Classic Stage Company, Roundabout, The Kennedy Centre and at the Golden Theatre on Broadway.  Broadway: "Mitch" in A Streetcar Named Desire (Circle in the Square). Off B'way: most recently, Oedipus (Blue Light Theater Co.); he was the original "Ellard" in The Foreigner, played a 12-year-old bully in Found A Peanut (New York Shakespeare Festival), deflowered Stockard Channing in The Lady & The Clarinet, and was "The Bohdisatva Locksmith" and "Harry" in On the Bum (Playwrights Horizons). Regionally, he was in Anna Christie at Long Wharf, Johnny Bull at Yale Repertory, The Glass Menagerie at Hartford Stage, Defying Gravity at Williamstown, and a Drama-Logue Award winner for A View from the Bridge. He also works with the kids of 52nd Street Project and has spent the last 13 summers at the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference. TV: the combined two-part "Law and Order/Homicide," "China Beach," "The Equalizer," "MacGyver," "The Waltons," two Emmy-nominated episodes of "M*A*S*H" and the television films "Marilyn," "Rage," "Friendly Fire" and Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth" opposite Elizabeth Taylor. Film: "K.O. Lewis" in The Pelican Brief and Arrow Shot (Sundance Film Festival 1998).

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