Kevin Page is an American author/actor/director, entrepreneur, and psychologist who has three books currently upcoming: Advanced Consciousness Training for Actors (Routledge, 2018), Psychology for Actors (Routledge, 2018), and The Fourth Force: A Biography of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychologies (SUNY Press, 2018). His article, The Genius of Meditation was published in the June 2017 edition of Mensa Bulletin, a publication of American Mensa with 55,000 monthly subscribers. He holds a Master’s degree in psychology and has done more than a decade of research on the application of meditation practice and consciousness training to the actor’s craft. He writes regularly on the integration of meditative techniques and lifelong fitness strategies, as well as psychology and emotional well-being.
As an actor, Mr. Page holds a B.A. in theatre from the University of Nebraska and trained in the MFA program at the prestigious Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University, a founding member of the League of Professional Training Programs, before launching a career as a professional stage and screen actor. A former member of Actors Equity Association (honorable withdrawal), he has appeared in multiple regional theatres across the Midwest, from Minnesota to Texas. His film and television credits include: being killed by the robot, ED-209, in Robocop (1987); inviting Jerry to pitch his “show about nothing” on SEINFELD, and playing the character that finally killed TV icon “JR Ewing” (created by the legendary actor Larry Hagman) on the series re-boot of DALLAS (2012-2014). His professional acting, writing and directing credits can be found on IMDB.com at: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0656241/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1.
In addition to his work as an author and performer, Mr. Page holds three U.S. patents on a technology he co-invented that utilizes robotics to create original pointillist-style oil paintings. He is also an entrepreneur and has founded three successful start-up companies.