Kevin Nealon Comedian

Kevin Nealon is an American comedian. He was born on November 18, 1953 (67 years old) in Bridgeport, Connecticut.


Kevin Nealon is an American actor and comedian best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1986 to 1995 acting in several of the Happy Madison films for playing Doug Wilson on the Showtime series Weeds and providing the voice of the title character Glenn Martin on Glenn Martin DDS.
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Is Kevin Nealon still alive?

Yes, Kevin Nealon is still alive Last check: 11 months ago

What is Kevin's zodiac sign?

Kevin Nealon zodiac sign is scorpio.

When is Nealon's next birthday?

Kevin Nealon was born on the , which was a Wednesday. He will be turning 68 in only 53 days from today (26 September, 2021).

Kevin Nealon net worth

He has a net worth of 8.5 million dollars.


His first feature film was The Wedding Singer (1998, as Mr. Simms). He was 44 when he starred in this movie. Since 1998, he has appeared in 50 feature films. The last one is Partners (1993). .

Kevin Nealon movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

His first TV Show was Saturday Night Live (1975).

When his last album 5 Min Talk Show Greatest Hits, Vol.1 released, he was 66 years old. This album '5 Min Talk Show Greatest Hits, Vol.1' contains 10 tracks

His first album What The Hell Happened To Me? released 25 years ago, he was 42 years old. There were 20 songs in this album.


He graduated from Sacred Heart University and Fairfield University


Susan Yeagley

Susan Yeagley, American actor

He married with Susan Yeagley (47), in 2005. Kevin Nealon was 51 and Susan Yeagley was 32 years old. Married for 16 years, 8 months.

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