Kevin Bulla

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Kevin Bulla, son of Patrick and Maureen, was born April 1st in N. Babylon, New York. Growing up in the arts with two older brothers, Bulla graduated from North Babylon High School and was granted a full athletic scholarship to Clemson University in South Carolina. Currently resides in Los Angeles, he was discovered by renowned casting director Billy Hopkins, and in 2003 at his first audition, was selected from among thousands of young actors to be documented as one of the next ones to have "It" in Bravo's groundbreaking series "The It Factor" (2002). After being managed by famed Director Lee Daniels(2003), Kevin has trained with highly acclaimed acting coach Susan Batson, Roberta Wallach, daughter of acting legend Eli Wallach, Bob Krakower, and Upright Citizens Brigade. As his impressively diverse list of credits attests, Kevin Bulla has always been drawn to the unconventional, showing range and depth with every role he plays. He appeared on the daytime soap opera "One Life To Live" (2006), NBC's critically acclaimed series "Kings"(2009) opposite Ian McShane, as well as a supporting role with Queen Latifah in "Joyful Noise" (2012). Kevin has most recently appeared in "Bereave", with legendary actor Keith Carradine.

He attended Clemson University in South Carolina on a full athletic scholarship, where he graduated with a degree in Sports Marketing/Management.

Trivia: All-American Distance Runner