Date of birth
Kevin Van Doorslaer has been working in Theatre, T.V and Films anywhere between Europe and The United States.
Kevin was born and raised in a Carnival family that goes back 7 generations.
At the age of 20 he moved to New York to study at the Neighborhood Playhouse, Stella Adler Studio and Circle in the Square Theatre. After graduating from the Neighborhood Playhouse, Kevin toured for several months playing Aramis in The National Theatre Company's production of 'The Three Musketeers'.
His New York Theatre credits include "Our Town" (Delphi Theatre) role George; "Buss Riley's Back in Town" (Rita Morgenthau Theatre) role Buss Riley, "Hair" (Neighborhood Playhouse Theatre) role Berger amongst many others.
Soon after he moved to Los Angeles to focus on his film and writing career. After small parts in TV shows and Indie films, Kevin moved back to Belgium to work on a script he wrote about a Carnival family traveling through Europe. A topic and culture he knows better than anyone.
Kevin has a daughter Jo Van Doorslaer who inspires him in everything he does.
- Kevin is the first Belgian to graduate from the prestigious theatre school 'The Neighborhood Playhouse' in New York City.
- He is a born and raised Carnie.
- Speaks 3 languages - French, Dutch and English.
- He is a big fan of Belgian soccer team RSC Anderlecht.
- Kevin is the host of the annual Belgian National day event in New York City.