aka Biscuits Carnahan
(Not to be confused with his twin brother, Gravy)
A triple threat -- and more.
"Oh, don't look at him. Cynthia!"
|Originally from Port Neches, Texas, Kerry has performed throughout the
United States and Canada as an actor and musician -- or sometimes both.
In New York, Los Angeles, on tour and at sea, Kerry performed
with the comedy and bluegrass trio Changing Lanes*.
(*You can read all about Changing Lanes in Val’s bio, except for the "at sea" part, which she
curiously neglected; perhaps it was the mal de mer... or the strange adventures in the
In L.A., Kerry was nominated for the "Best Comedy Special" ACE Award (the
cable equivalent of the Emmy) for his work as a writer on Deep Fried TV
(originally called Deep Dish TV), presented on Showtime. Other writing credits
include Global Gorilla (a children's musical video) and Who's Watching Who?,
in which he starred with Peter Billingsley.
Kerry's acting credits range from roles with the Alabama Shakespeare
Festival and other national touring companies to major theaters across our
fruited plain. His favorite roles include Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, Sir
Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night, Jack in The Importance of Being
Ernest, Leo in Chapter Two (opposite Val's Faye) and on and on, ad nauseum.
He has made numerous appearances on television, including guest roles on Foley
Square (with Margaret Colin and Hector Elizondo), Major Dad (with Gerald
McRaney) and Could It Be ... A Miracle? (hosted by Robert Culp).
Kerry plays guitar, keyboards, cello and English horn, and writes most of the
original songs for RainPace.
Oh, yeah – and he sings, too.
Just don’t ask him about his garden unless you have a few hours...
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