Once upon a time in Tokyo, a child named Kennedy was born to a Japanese businessman and a Mississippi redhead. He was raised with a deep love of music and spent every waking moment absorbing it, or creating his own. Eventually he moved to the U.S. and discovered the wonders of Top 40, backyards, and avocado in sushi. Today, Kennedy is a New York City-based performer, where he continues to fulfill his passion of creating meaningful art across its many forms.
On 3/16, Kennedy will be performing the role of Guy in the reading of "Are You There Truman?..." as part of the Barbour Playwrights Award Reading Series. Tickets available here!
On 3/13, Kennedy will be in an industry reading of "Clicquot" by Lisette Glodowski and Richard C. Walter.
In February, Kennedy will be performing the role of Malcolm in the developmental reading of "Muriel's Wedding."