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  • thumb|Kevin DunnKevin Dunn ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er wurde am 26. Februar 1956 in Chicago, Illinois geboren. In Transformers Beginnings spricht er Ron Witwicky. Er spielt Ron Witwicky auch in Transformers (2007), Transformers – Die Rache und Transformers – Dark of the Moon.
  • Kevin Dunn portrayed the uncredited role of Milton Angland in Ghostbusters II.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Kevin Dunn Real Name Unknown First publication Unknown
  • Kevin Dunn is an American actor, who has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films and television series since the 1980s. His roles include Colonel Hicks in the 1998 version of Godzilla, Ron Witwicky in Transformers and the following two sequels, and Oscar Galvin, the primary antagonist in the 2010 action thriller, Unstoppable. He also plays Ben Cafferty in the TV series, Veep.
  • Kevin Dunn is an actor who has appeared twice in the Law & Order franchise. He played Arnie MacLaren in the Law & Order episode "Publish and Perish" and Carson Laird in the Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode "The Good".
  • Kevin Dunn interpreta o personagem Gordy.
  • Kevin Dunn spielt die Rolle von Gordy. („“)
  • Kevin Dunn (February 26, 1956- ) is an American actor. He has appeared in films such as Small Soldiers and Godzilla. He does bear a resemblance to his animated counterpart.
  • thumb|200pxKevin Dunn (* 26. Februar 1956 in Chicago, Illinois) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der durch eine ganze Reihe von Nebenrollen in den 80er und 90er Jahren bekannt geworden ist.
  • Kevin Dunn played the role of Gordy in "The Long Con".
  • Kevin Dunn joue le rôle de Gordy dans l'épisode Conflits.
  • Kevin Dunn portrayed the role of the "Gordy" in The Long Con. Kevin Dunn (born February 26, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American character actor who has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films since the 1980s. His sister is actor/comedian Nora Dunn. His film appearances include Small Soldiers, Stir of Echoes, Godzilla, Snake Eyes, Nixon, Mad Love, Ghostbusters II, Dave, Beethoven's 2nd, Hot Shots!, and Captain Mendez in 1492: Conquest of Paradise . Dunn also played Murry Wilson in a 2000 miniseries, The Beach Boys: An American Family.
  • Kevin Dunn, a fixture at WWE for more than 20 years, can trace his roots in the television industry to his early childhood. His father, Dennis Dunn, served as Executive Producer of Intermedia Productions, a program producer and syndicator first commissioned by Vince McMahon, Sr. to handle all WWE production beginning in 1972. After learning the ropes of the TV business at his father’s knee and through more formal education at Towson State University, Dunn was hired full-time by Vince McMahon, Jr. in 1984. He functioned as an associate producer of all domestic WWE programming from 1984-1987.
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  • thumb|Kevin DunnKevin Dunn ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher. Er wurde am 26. Februar 1956 in Chicago, Illinois geboren. In Transformers Beginnings spricht er Ron Witwicky. Er spielt Ron Witwicky auch in Transformers (2007), Transformers – Die Rache und Transformers – Dark of the Moon.
  • Kevin Dunn portrayed the uncredited role of Milton Angland in Ghostbusters II.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Kevin Dunn Real Name Unknown First publication Unknown
  • Kevin Dunn is an American actor, who has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films and television series since the 1980s. His roles include Colonel Hicks in the 1998 version of Godzilla, Ron Witwicky in Transformers and the following two sequels, and Oscar Galvin, the primary antagonist in the 2010 action thriller, Unstoppable. He also plays Ben Cafferty in the TV series, Veep.
  • Kevin Dunn is an actor who has appeared twice in the Law & Order franchise. He played Arnie MacLaren in the Law & Order episode "Publish and Perish" and Carson Laird in the Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode "The Good".
  • Kevin Dunn interpreta o personagem Gordy.
  • Kevin Dunn spielt die Rolle von Gordy. („“)
  • Kevin Dunn portrayed the role of the "Gordy" in The Long Con. Kevin Dunn (born February 26, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American character actor who has appeared in supporting roles in a number of films since the 1980s. His sister is actor/comedian Nora Dunn. His film appearances include Small Soldiers, Stir of Echoes, Godzilla, Snake Eyes, Nixon, Mad Love, Ghostbusters II, Dave, Beethoven's 2nd, Hot Shots!, and Captain Mendez in 1492: Conquest of Paradise . Dunn also played Murry Wilson in a 2000 miniseries, The Beach Boys: An American Family. He played a small but critical role as President Clinton's National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, in ABC miniseries The Path to 9/11 which aired on September 10 and September 11, 2006. He is also featured in Live Free or Die as well as the 2006 Sony Pictures film Gridiron Gang and Transformers directed by Michael Bay.
  • Kevin Dunn (February 26, 1956- ) is an American actor. He has appeared in films such as Small Soldiers and Godzilla. He does bear a resemblance to his animated counterpart.
  • thumb|200pxKevin Dunn (* 26. Februar 1956 in Chicago, Illinois) ist ein US-amerikanischer Schauspieler, der durch eine ganze Reihe von Nebenrollen in den 80er und 90er Jahren bekannt geworden ist.
  • Kevin Dunn played the role of Gordy in "The Long Con".
  • Kevin Dunn joue le rôle de Gordy dans l'épisode Conflits.
  • Kevin Dunn, a fixture at WWE for more than 20 years, can trace his roots in the television industry to his early childhood. His father, Dennis Dunn, served as Executive Producer of Intermedia Productions, a program producer and syndicator first commissioned by Vince McMahon, Sr. to handle all WWE production beginning in 1972. After learning the ropes of the TV business at his father’s knee and through more formal education at Towson State University, Dunn was hired full-time by Vince McMahon, Jr. in 1984. He functioned as an associate producer of all domestic WWE programming from 1984-1987. During this period, Dunn had the rare opportunity to hone his producing and directing skills on some of the landmark telecasts in wrestling history. He was an integral part of the production team which brought a radical concept called "WrestleMania" from the drawing board to reality. This event not only signaled the dawn of the modern wrestling era, it served as a benchmark for the later development of the entire pay-per-view industry. He also functioned as Line Producer on one of the most successful live events in television history, WrestleMania III, which drew an unprecedented 93,000 fans to the Pontiac Silverdome and countless more via pay-per-view. Dunn's early successes were not confined strictly to the wrestling arena. His talents received mainstream media exposure working on projects like "The Slammy Awards," a product of the then fledgling MTV Network in 1986. Soon after, he began working on an immensely popular late night show airing on NBC called "Saturday Night's Main Event." It was at this time that he had the unique opportunity to work hand in hand with Dick Ebersol, now President of NBC Sports. Dunn's career growth continued as he relocated to Stamford, Connecticut in 1987 to work as the Line Producer at WWE’s new $10 million state of the art TV facility. During the ensuing two years, he continued to produce all signature programming for WWE. In 1989, he was promoted to Producer, Domestic Television. In an effort to free Dunn from some of the day to day rigors of show production, he was promoted to Supervising Producer, Domestic Television in 1991. Under his leadership, WWE revived its successful late night series, "Saturday Night's Main Event" this time in concert with the FOX Network. This period of Dunn’s tenure also marked the beginning of WWE's brief foray into the bodybuilding milieu, when he was actively involved in the TV production of WBF Championship productions in 1991 and 1992. In 1993, Dunn was named Executive Producer of all WWE programming, both domestic and international. Through use of the latest television technology, as well as the savvy management of his staff, Dunn has created a production environment that produces six hours of original weekly prime time programming, 52 weeks per year with no re-runs. Today, WWE produces “Monday Night RAW,” "Friday Night SmackDown,” and "NXT" which are ratings successes and are seen in 145 countries and heard in 30 languages. Dunn was promoted to Executive Vice President, Television Production in June, 2003, and manages a state of the art television studio with a production team of 140 people. Despite his many management responsibilities, he continues to direct projects both in the studio and out in the field. He has remained Line Producer of all live WWE telecasts since 1988. In 2008, Dunn joined WWE's Board of Directors. WE'RE NOT WRESTLING!!!!!!! NO BUYS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Likes Chunky MILFS Doesn't like accents
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