Kennedy, Brice Biography

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Brice Richard Kennedy
27 November 1975, Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
5' 8"
Brice Richard Kennedy was born on November 27, 1975 in the college town of Morgantown, West Virginia. He began acting at the age of 15. He took center stage in high school theatre productions performing on the same stage where the legendary 'Don Knotts' (qv) once stood. While serving in the United States Army, Brice landed his first screen role as an organ player in the CBS mini-series, _Mama Flora's Family (1998) (TV)_ (qv). He has appeared in numerous independent films and hosts his own cable comedy show _"The Brice Kennedy Show" (2002)_ (qv). Brice's work also extends to television commercials, voice-overs for radio and television as well as modeling in print work.
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-   Is an avid surfer

-   Served in the United States Army

-   A 3-Time Street Fighter II video game champion participating in many tournaments throughout the 1990s

-   Works frequently with directors 'Mark Polonia' (qv) and 'John Polonia' (qv).

-   Nephew of 'Sharon Kennedy (I)' (qv).

-   Brice was cast as the original Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy for the _"Star Trek: New Voyages" (2004)_ (qv) episodes but couldn't commit to the project due to prior engagements.

-   Brice sat on the board for The 'Don Knotts' (qv) Festival, a weekend-long event honoring Don in his hometown of Morgantown, West Virginia. Unfortunately, the festival was postponed due to Don's health problems. He died six months later and Brice never got the chance to meet one of his greatest influences.

-   Operates an independent production company, New Arena Pictures.

-   TV commercial for Mountain State Physical Therapy (1999)

-   TV commercial for Northstar Mortgage (1999)

-   TV commercials for Sound Investments (1999)

-   Appeared in industrial film for Morgantown (WV) Chamber of Commerce (1999)

-   TV commercial for Sellaro's Overhead Door Service (1999)

-   TV commercial for Specialized Collision Repair (1999)

-   TV commercial for American Cancer Society (1999)

-   Appeared in "Johnny Badass", a Pittsburgh Filmmakers School student film (2001)

-   Featured in "The Pirates of I-79", a West Virginia University student film, as "Ivan the Infected" (2001)

-   TV commercial for West Virginia University (2000)

-   Starred as a bank robber-turned-good samaritan in the film noir silent short "Karma... and A Little Bit of Love", directed by "The Brice Kennedy Show" staple Danny Cameron (2002)

-   Featured in the experimental short film "Play", screened at Morgantown, WV's mini-film festival Frame Expo (2002)

-   "Johnny Badass" won the Creative Vision Award at the West Virginia International Film Festival (2002)

-   The short film, "Karma... and A Little Bit of Love", in which Brice played the lead, won First Place at the West Virginia International Film Festival in the student film category (2003)

-   "The Dominion Post" (USA), 23 May 2002, Vol. 36, Iss. 359, pg. 1C, by: Lisa Ann Musick, "Jack-of-all-Trades Plans to Film Movie"

-   "Draculina" (USA), July 2001, Iss. 40, pg. 44, by: Brice Kennedy, "On The Set of "The House That Screamed 2""

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