Who is Kevin Bacon? This is an American musician and actor who is best known for his role in the popular TV series known as The Following. He is a well established actor and he has won various awards. He also has a star in the Walk Of Fame found in Hollywood. Background – He was born in Philadelphia, where he spent most of his childhood in a family of six children. – His father was an architect who was well known for his amazing works. – Kevin Bacon won a full scholarship in 1975 and went to study theater at the Pennsylvania Governor's School Of Arts.
He mainly focused on his acting career which has seen him rise to great heights. – He made his debut in 1978 where he was given a role in a popular comedy. – His debut was not a success and within little time he began auditioning for small roles in the theater and waiting tables. – In 1980 he was given a role in a popular film known as Friday The Thirteenth. – He also won an award for his role in another popular film known as Forty Deuce. – Great success followed him for his role in various films, most notably in his role in Diner. This was probably his greatest role in his career which earned him numerous accolades and applause from various fans.
He also acted a role in the popular box office movie known as Footloose and within no time, he had amassed a very large fanbase. – Preparing for his role in Footloose was a very challenging affair since he had to enroll at a high school so that he could develop his role in the film and also get some knowledge about teenagers. – He has won very many awards and has even been branded as an outstanding male actor in 2009.
His most notable scandal is when he had sex with Kyra Sedgwick so that he could be able to get through his scandal with Bernie Madoff who is serving a sentence in prison for 150years. – There was also another scandal where he found out that his wife was actually related to him.
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