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Kevin Courtney Black
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|Born||Kevin Courtney Black|
May 26, 1998
|Baptised||May 26, 1998|
Kevin Courtney Black (born May 26, 1998) is an American actor, producer, and author from Modesto, California.
Black began his career as a model and actor, appearing in commercials and videos for companies such as Visa, Subaru, and the Salesforce. Black's first foray into film was producing the 2015 short film Mortality, directed by Chad Armstrong and written Andrew Thompson. Black produced the 2017 psychological horror film Deimosimine, working with Armstrong and Thompson once more. Black's first film role was in the 2017 short film It Was Just The Cat. In 2018 Black directed Office Air, and The 3, a Canadian crime film. That same year, Black appeared in Beautiful Boy, directed by Felix van Groeningen.
Black is also a writer and journalist, known for writing on topics such as race, veganism, and the film industry. Black wrote the 2019 book Dear Mom: A Nursery Rhyme Book For Moms. Black is currently the only student member on board of Trustees for the Ohlone Community College District. While on the board, Black has advocated for greater diversity and higher wages for employees within the Ohlone Community College District.
Black has been a vegan since high school, when he made the decision to stop eating animal products for moral and health reasons. Black has stated that prior to becoming vegan he was "an avid meat-eater, who weighed 210 pounds and ate hamburgers almost every day" but lost weight and became healthier after cutting out animal products.
|2018||Office Air||Actor/producer||Elena Altman|
|The 3||Producer||Jenell Diegor||short|
|Beautiful Boy||Actor||Felix van Groeningen|
|2017||It Was Just the Cat||Actor||Lloyd Martin||short|
|2016||"I L*** You"||Andrew Biggs|
|Othello 2.0: Switched||O'Brien Theatre|
|Locked Out Of Heaven|
- "Deimosimine (2017) Movie". HellHorror.com. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
- Black, Kevin Courtney (2019-03-29). Dear Mom: A Nursery Rhyme Book for Moms. Kevin Courtney Black. ISBN 978-1-73369-930-3. Search this book on
- Ohlone College Board Meeting 10/9/2019, retrieved 2020-01-02
- "blog". Black Vegans Rock. Retrieved 2020-01-01.
- "My vegan life... Kevin Black". www.veganfoodandliving.com. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
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