Kevin Theis has been a Chicago actor, director, writer and producer for more than twenty-five years. He has performed at Goodman Theatre, Next Theatre, Oak Park Festival, Lifeline, Theater Wit and Seanachai Theatre Company, where he is an ensemble member. He was nominated for the Joseph Jefferson award for Best Actor for his performance in "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" in 2014.
As a director, Kevin has worked at City Lit, Lifeline, CT20 Ensemble, Seanachai and the Oak Park Festival, among many others and has been nominated for three Joseph Jefferson awards for his directing work.
His previously published works include "Confessions of a Transylvanian: a Story of Sex, Drugs and Rocky Horror" (co-written with Ron Fox) published by Berwick Court Publishing as well as adaptations of Thomas Heywood's "Fair Maid of the West" and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Sign of the Four" (the latter in conjunction with Shanghai Low Theatricals), both available through Dramatic Publishing, Inc.
He has appeared on the television shows "Chicago Fire," "Betrayal," "Unfocused," "Chicago P.D." and "Empire" as well as the films "Just Visiting," "Knacker" and "Double Dead."