Kevin Gage Films & Television
Kevin Gage's credits include supporting roles in the movies Heat starring Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino, G.I. Jane with Demi Moore and Viggo Mortensen, Con Air with Nicolas Cage, Blow with Johnny Depp, and The Burbs with Tom Hanks.
On television, Gage has appeared as co-star or guest star on a long list of series and specials, including "Nash Bridges," "Renegade," "L.A. Law," "Highway to Heaven," "High Mountain Rangers," "Werewolf," "Human Affair," and HBO's "Billy Crystal Special." He also appeared in the daytime drama "The Bold and the Beautiful."
A prominent actor in Los Angeles theater, Gage starred in stage productions of "Roy's Coffee Shop," "Love Baby Blues," "Yakima" (for which he received a nomination as Best Actor from the Los Angeles Theatre Critics), and "The Lonely Bull."
Amusement (2008) - In production - A traumatized woman is questioned by a cop and a psychiatrist about three stories -- involving a clown, a hotel and a convoy -- that involve her and two of her female friends from childhood. MCAA Rating: unknown.
Chasing 3000 (2007) - Completed in 2006, expected release is now October 2007 - Two brothers drive across country to see their hero, baseball player Roberto Clemente, get his 3000th hit. MCAA Rating: unknown.
Kill Theory (2007) - In production - A group of close friends visit a remote vacation home to celebrate their college graduation. While there, they are put to a horrifying test by a mysterious killer who forces them into a game where they have to kill each other in order to survive. MCAA Rating: expect R.
Sin-Jin Smyth (2007) - Post-production - Every Halloween at midnight, the devil simultaneously appears in two places, the high plains of India and...a quiet cemetery in Kansas. On November 2nd 'The Day of the Dead' two Federal Marshals report to the town of Shin Bone, Kansas (moments before a tornado warning) to transport a prisoner with no past and no identity. He is known simply as...Sin-Jin Smyth! MCAA Rating: Not yet rated, probably R.
Sugar Creek (2007) - Thirty years after the Civil War, Adam Stanton finds himself alone in a field, his feet bare. He sets off across the landscape to seek help but finds none, for the locals know that to help the Shoeless Man means a visit from Death... MCAA Rating: NR (probably R).
CSI: Miami "Dead Air" (2006) - Kevin Gage made a guest appearance as Charles "Charlie" Pelson in the "Dead Air" episode of CSI: Miami. (season 5, 24 April 2006) MCAA Rating: TV-14.
Love's Abiding Joy (2006) - The fourth installment of Janette Oke's series of Missie and Willie LeHaye and their journey of faith and survival in the American frontier. Kevin Gage plays "Abel," enforcer for the town's corrupt mayor. MCAA Rating: PG for mild thematic elements.
Chaos (2005) - Two teenaged girls, looking to score some ecstasy at a rave, follow a young man to a house where terror awaits. There a gang of felons led by "Chaos" (Kevin Gage) capture and torment the girls, drawing them into a nightmare of violence. This film is being billed as "the most brutal film ever made." MCAA Rating: NC-17 for graphic brutality.
Lightning Bug (2004) - Independent film set in the rural south revolves around a young man who loves horror films and wants to become a Hollywood makeup artist. Kevin Gage plays "Earl," the boy's less than pleasant stepfather. MCAA Rating: unknown.
Paparazzi (2004) - A celebrity decides to make a persistent photographer pay for almost causing a personal tragedy. Kevin Gage plays Kevin Rosner, one of the paparazzi photographers. MCAA Rating: PG-13 for intense violent sequences, sexual content and language.
Smallville "Insurgence" (2003) - Kevin Gage made a guest appearance as "Pine" in the "Insurgence" episode of Smallville. (season 2, episode 12, 21 Jan 2003) MCAA Rating: unrated, assume PG-13.
Confessions of an American Girl (2002) - All Rena Grubb (Jena Malone) wants is the ideal family, but the deck is stacked against her, considering that her father (Chris Mulkey) has just been sent to prison. Still, she's determined to give it a shot, persuading her mom (Michelle Forbes) to haul the entire clan to jail so everyone can be together for the annual picnic -- which Rena hopes will lead to healthier and happier family dynamics. But first she must tell everyone she's pregnant. ... MCAA Rating: R for sexual content, language, teen suicidal behavior, and brief drug use.
Firefly "Jaynestown" (2002) - Kevin Gage made a guest appearance as "Stitch Hessian" in the "Jaynestown" episode of the short-lived Fox science fiction series, Firefly. (season 1, episode 4, 18 Oct 2002) MCAA Rating: unrated, assume PG-13.
Blow (2001) - The story of George Jung (Johnny Depp), the man who established the American cocaine market in the 1970's. Kevin Gage plays "Leon Minghella," a drug runner who agrees to help set up Jung. MCAA Rating: R for pervasive drug content and language, some violence and sexuality.
Knockaround Guys (2001) - The wannabe sons of mobsters go to a remote town in the Midwest, and get themselves into more trouble than anyone could anticipate. Kevin Gage plays the rural town's tough guy, Gordie Brucker. He is unwittingly led into a fight with the visiting Taylor Reese (Vin Diesel) in order to send a message to the town. MCAA Rating: R for violence, language and some drug use.
Gunshy (1998) - When the New York journalist Jake Bridges (William L. Petersen) catches his girlfriend with another guy, he goes to Atlantic City to drink himself to oblivion. He is saved from a bar brawl by Frankie (Michael Wincott), a tough guy for a small-time mob. As Frankie and Jake start to work together, Jake falls in love with Frankie's girlfriend Melissa (Diane Lane). Kevin Gage plays Ward, a police detective trying to nail Frankie's "employer." MCAA Rating: R for sex, nudity and violence.
Point Blank (1998) - Death row inmate Joe Ray (Kevin Gage) is among a group of dangerous prisoners being transported by bus, when they are "liberated" by a heavily-armed attack squad. The prisoners shoot up a shopping mall and take hostages. Joe's ex-commando brother, Rudy (Mickey Rourke) hears about the standoff and sneaks his way into the mall with his weapons and ninja techniques to free the hostages and rescue his wayward brother. MCAA Rating: R for pervasive violence, sexuality, drug use and language..
Strangeland (1998) - Kevin Gage co-stars in this horror thriller as the police officer father of a teenage girl who is kidnapped and tortured by a sadistic maniac. MCAA Rating: R for strong graphic torture/violence, language, nudity and sexuality.
Con Air (1997) - Kevin Gage's character is killed in the first four minutes of the movie, before the opening credits start to roll, but in our admittedly biased opinion, it's one of the most important parts in the film. Poe (Nicolas Cage) is an honorable fellow, an Army ranger, but the plot calls for him to be sentenced to 7-10 in a maximum security Federal prison. Enter "Billy Joe," who is big, bad and foolish enough to provoke Poe into a fight. Poe kills him with his bare hands, providing the film's reason for the good guy to be locked up. MCAA Rating: R for language and violence.
Double Tap (1997) - In this film noire thriller, a lone gunman (Stephen Rea) is assassinating local drug lords; an undercover FBI team (featuring Heather Locklear) is trying to track him down. Kevin Gage plays one of the FBI agents. MCAA Rating: R for strong violence, sexuality, language and drug use.
G.I. Jane (1997) - Lt. O'Neil (Moore) has been recruited as the first female SEAL/CRT trainee through a series of backroom political maneuvers, and must prove her staying power against formidable odds. Not the least of these is the tyrannical Master Chief Urgayle (Viggo Mortensen) whose job is to put the recruits through hell to ensure that those who finish the program are tough and well-prepared enough to succeed when they face real-world challenges. MCAA Rating: R for language and violent fight scenes.
Heat (1995) - A Los Angeles crime saga, Heat focuses on the lives of two men on opposite sides of the law - one a detective (Al Pacino); the other a thief (Robert DeNiro). Kevin Gage plays "Waingro," a new addition to DeNiro's criminal team, whose quick trigger finger jeopardizes a smooth operation. MCAA Rating: R for violence and language.
The 'Burbs (1989) - In this black comedy starring Tom Hanks, Kevin Gage plays a local cop who is called to the scene after Hanks' character and his neighbors have torched an old home. Cast includes Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher, and several lesser-known but outstanding character actors. MCAA Rating: PG.
Steele Justice (1987) - An alcoholic Vietnam vet who has lost both his wife and his job as a cop while struggling to adjust to civilian life in southern California heads out for unintentionally hilarious revenge against the newly immigrated Vietnamese drug lord who slaughtered his best friend and his family in this campy "Rambo-esque" actioner.-- Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide MCAA Rating: R for violence, language, nudity.
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