Kenneth Kimmins (born September 4, 1941) is an American film, television and theatre actor. He is perhaps best known for playing "Howard Burleigh" in the American sitcom television series Coach.
Kimmins was born in Brooklyn, New York, the brother of Edward Kimmins. He attended at Catholic University of America. Kimmins began his career in 1969, where he played the role of "Charley Montgomery" in the Broadway play, titled, The Fig Leaves Are Falling. His theatre credits included, The Gingerbread Lady, The Magic Show and Status Quo Vadis. Kimmins then began his film and television career in 1976, where he appeared in the film Network. Kimmins guest-starred in numerous television programs, including, Hill Street Blues, Soap, Archie Bunker's Place, The Fall Guy, Night Court, The Bob Newhart Show, Hunter, The Love Boat, Dynasty, WKRP in Cincinnati, Cheers, Remington Steele, Highway to Heaven, The West Wing, Silver Spoons and L.A. Law.
In 1986, Kimmins starred in the new CBS's sitcom television series Leo & Liz in Beverly Hills, where he played the role of "Jerry Fedderson" , the neighbors of Leo & Liz and the wife of "Diane Fedderson" (Deborah Harmon). He co-starred and appeared in films, such as, Invaders from Mars, My Best Friend Is a Vampire, Bridge of Tunnel, Police Academy 6: City Under Siege, Stella, Some Kind of Wonderful and Shoot the Moon. Kimmins played the recurring role of "Thornton McLeish" on 11 episodes in the soap opera television series Dallas. He then starred as playing the role of "Howard Burleigh" in the new ABC sitcom television series Coach. His character was the boss of the main character "Hayden Fox" (Craig T. Nelson).
Kimmins played the role of "Dr. Bernard Klein" in the superhero television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. His final theatre credit was from the Broadway play, titled, The Music Man, in 2000.
|Geburtsdatum:||04.09.1941 (♍ Jungfrau)|
|Alter:||80Jahre 9Monate 25Tage|
|Berufe:||Schauspieler, Fernsehschauspieler, Filmschauspieler,|