Thanks for stopping by! I’m an actor, writer and comedian. I currently study in the Master Class at the Beverly Hills Playhouse under the direction of the great Howard Deutch! I’m honored to study along side such greats as the late Doris Roberts, Harry Hamlin and Jorge Garcia. I spent many years in the Main Company at ACME Comedy doing sketch comedy and if you have a chance, check out some of my favorites on the Videos-Sketch Comedy page. Also, I’m a member of the improv group “Waterbrains” and we perform occasionally at the Fanatic Salon. Check out our show details at http://www.waterbrainsimprov.com.
I’m very proud to announce an achievement reached in screenwriting. My writing partner, Frank Ford, and I are one of the Top 10 Finalists for the FINAL DRAFT BIG BREAK Screenwriting Competition for 2016 in the Comedy/RomCom category for our script “Pipeline”! Over 2000 scripts were entered and we made the Top 10! To say the least, we are very proud.
Capable of Murder by Ehren Wiegand & Hubert Wiegand
David of Different Dimensions by Greg Robbins
Derby City by Alexis Perkins
McHenry by Patrick McGowan
Ned by Megan Rico
Pipeline by Frank Ford & Kevin Small
The Excited States of America by David Ray
The Gloomy Gus by Peter Barnes
The Life of Life by Gregory Scott Houghton
The Other Star Wars by Paul Jarnagin”
Here’s my latest spot for Lifelock. Fun spot to shoot! Here is my new short film written and directed by the amazing Leizl Carstens. Very touching story. Get ready to cry! Here’s my latest commercial for La Quinta. I’m a loser business guy. What? Who would have thought? Here’s another one of my favorites from US Cellular. Goofy sales guy! “Breaking Bad” is by far my favorite TV show and I had to put this on my site. Back in April, 2007, Bryan Cranston guest hosted a show I was doing at ACME Comedy. He was awesome! Such and pro and sooooo very nice. It was such a pleasure to work with him in a few scenes, and this was my favorite. This show happened right after he had appeared on a short lived improv showed called “Thank God You’re Here”. It was literally right before he started working on “Breaking Bad”. In this sketch, written by Eric Stitt, Bryan plays himself and I play his agent. We’re trying to get his career going again after “Malcolm In The Middle” had finished. We decide that he needs a celebrity stalker. Watch how he channels an early Walter White as he turns the tables on the stalker. It’s a little long, but he is amazing!!! Here’s one of my two ACE Hardware spots! I play “Rod” the nickname guy. Really fun spots! Here’s my VERIZON spot with Moonrise Kingdom’s Jared Gilman. Click the link to view. http://www.ispot.tv/ad/7dvo/verizon-4g-lte-woods Here’s my Allstate Commercial. Check out my grill skill! Click the link to view. http://www.ispot.tv/ad/7Vrn/allstate-neighbor-toys-voiceover Here’s my most recent AT&T commercial. Check out this spot we did for Educate Our State. A little commentary about how politics are ruining education. I’m proud of this spot that I helped write. Below is my most recent comedy video. It’s been chosen as an official selection to the “SketchFest Seattle Film Festival”. It’s stars Mircea Monroe (Showtime’s “Episodes”) as a hot young woman who picks my character up at a bar and takes him back to her place. It doesn’t end up the way he had hoped. Here’s a link to”Redneck Movie Review” and it’s based on sketch that I did at ACME Comedy for years. It’s a public access movie review show set in the tiny fictitious town of Rockview, Texas. The two main characters are Earl and Kitty Westbrook and they like to “review movies and take a look at what’s on their daughter’s IPOD.” Here’s Episode 7 with special guest Mircea Monroe (Showtime’s “Episodes”) playing my daughter Brianna. She’s awesome!!! Here’s my new Comedic Actor Demo Reel.
Also, check out my Top Flite Golf commercial with ESPN’s Kenny Mayne. My dance moves are old school dog!
“Excellent! Kevin Small can garner huge laughs with the simplest delivery or expression.”
– Jenelle Riley, BACK STAGE WEST
“Standing out for his expert double takes, slow burns and all-around reliable stage presence is affable every guy Kevin Small.”
– Rob Kendt, L. A. TIMES
“Hilarious! Kevin Small masterfully portrays a variety of characters.”
– Renee Silverman, Tolucan Times
“Kevin Small is wonderful!”
– Laurie Rosenthal, Santa Monica Mirror