My name is Kevin Ashworth, and I live in Los Angeles. Member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.
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I play a cynical philandering art history professor (shocking, I know) in a reading April 1st. A Point of Order is a fun piece about a small town that’s organizing a parade for the native son that nobody can quite seem to remember. It’s free, and writer Ed Simpson will be joining us, so come on down!
The episode called “Here Comes Honey Bye Bye” was inspired by Toddlers & Tiaras. Sweet! Also noteworthy is that it’s Liz Sczudlo’s first produced TV episode as writer — congrats, Liz!
In the closing act, I’m a Beverly Hills lawyer who brings bad news to Silver, played by the formidable Jessica Stroup. It was a good shoot. Hope you enjoy!
I start rehearsals in two days for Chapter Two at the Laguna Playhouse.
Rehearsals over the holidays are part of what it takes for the show to open in January, so 2013 will start with a bang! I’ll send out more info about the performances to my email list, and tweet and blog about it.
Chapter Two’s a Neil Simon play about a couple of brothers and their forays into dating and/or affairs. Do I play the widower or the philanderer? Yup, you got it. Looking forward to working with Andy and the rest of the cast and crew. Gonna be a blast!
This is the trailer for my new web series Cost of Capital. Looking forward to the launch party next week (free open invite), and the series will go online after that. This was a big, fun role for me, so stay tuned!
(And big congratulations to castmate Sharon Gardner on winning the YouTube Thumbnail Lotto.)
Tonight is the opening performance of Good People at the Geffen Playhouse. This is the west-coast premiere of the new play by David Lindsey-Abaire that ran on Broadway last year. The play is set in Boston (!) and deals insightfully with what’s ‘good’ or ‘nice,’ and what isn’t, and it sets your mind and heart awhirl with ideas about what part of your life is due to luck or hard work or what. Great writing, great direction, great design, great acting. See it if you can!
I’m very glad to be part of this lovely and moving production, understudying the role of Mike (Jon Tenney) and voicing the off-stage role of Priest.
Mike Delfino (played by James Denton) was shot last week, and widow Susan Delfino (seen above) came to my funeral home to select casket, headstone and clothing in this week’s episode. I had to keep that information secret for many weeks, which was very fun. Pleased to appear on Desperate Housewives’ final season!
Inspired by current events, I wrote and produced this commercial parody for Wall Street Realty. “We want to help you into the next place you’ll occupy.” Enjoy!
Many thanks to my friends who helped make this happen.
I’m going to be on CBS some more. I booked a role on CSI: Miami, the long-running Sunday crime drama. Many thanks to Nan Dutton for bringing me in (repeatedly) to audition for this. I’m shooting next week and I must say I’m excited to be on this show! Wish I could say more about the plot, because it tickles me, but I gotta keep quiet for now. Stay tuned!