Actor, producer and writer Kevin Pollak has been in the business from the tender age of 10. He's well known for his part as Rool in the film Willow (1988). Much of his acting lies in the area of playing supporting roles for leading men, particularly as their best friend.
He plays the role of detective Larry Doyle, partner to Denzel Washington's Nick Styles In Ricochet (1991); Lt. Sam Weinberg in A Few Good Men (1992) supporting actors Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson; and the part of Bobby Chicago in End of Days (1999) opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger. His skill in providing support with each role he plays helps tremendously in moving the plot forward, and adding interesting twists to the films. His roles augment the performances of his leading men and add valuable dimensions to the overall plots.
Through his successful career, Pollak has given support in a plethora of television series such as Work With Me (1999-2000) in the part of Jordan Better; as William Johnson in Ed (2001); and Sidney Portinbody in Life With Bonnie (2002). In the same spirit, Kevin has appeared in supporting roles in many films such as Archimedes in Blizzard (2003); Cupid in The Santa Clause 2 (2002); and Walter Smith in Hostage (2005). These are just to name a few of the many.
Kevin's work schedule has remained packed through the years. His most current works include the role of Max Schmucker in A Country Christmas (2013), Mickey in The Song (2013) in the post production phase, and the role of Larry Copely in Soulmates (no date), which is in pre-production. Fans are always glad to have Kevin Pollak appear to move the films forward and add variety with his unique personae. Who needs to be the lead when you have so much to give in support?