Edward Kerr


Sometimes Credited As: Ed Kerr
Date of birth: 14 October 1966
Location of birth: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Eyes: light brown to green
Hair: light to medium brown
Height: 6' (183 cm)
Family: youngest of five children. Has eleven nieces and nephews.
Children: son (2013) and daughter (2015)
Education: Vanderbilt University - history degree
Resides in: Los Angeles
Leisure-time activities: playing billiards, reading and playing a variety of sports
Other works: commercials
Before acting: fudgemaker, bartender, used-car salesman, life-insurance salesman

Agent: United Talent Agency
address: 9560 Wilshire Blvd, 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212, USA
phone: (310)273-6700
fax: (310)247-1111

More facts:
As a child, he was a fan of John Wayne and Clint Eastwood and "cowboy and war movies".
He played paintball a bit during college.

Where is he now:
29 June 2016 - ROLR 2.0 launched - the video app that allows users to act out their favorite movie scene with other users around the world.
24 August 2012 - Married to Michelle Stanford
Edward has taken time off from acting since October 2008 to build a social gaming company called RoleStar which is scheduled to launch in 2011.


2008 (from 'Ambition to Meaning' page)

Edward Kerr was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri and moved to Los Angeles in 1990 after graduating from Vanderbilt University. His first starring role in a film came in 1994 playing Christopher Reeve's brother in the crime thriller Above Suspicion (also starring Joe Mantegna, Kim Cattrall and William H. Macy). He then went on to play Lt. Brody for two seasons on the Steven Spielberg-produced sci-fi series SeaQuest on NBC. Following that, Kerr played the lead role in the award-winning romantic comedy Confessions of a Sexist Pig opposite Traylor Howard and Lauren Graham. That same year, Kerr received critical praise as the lead in the TNT original feature film Legalese, with James Garner, Mary-Louise Parker and Kathleen Turner.

He has been a series regular in numerous television pilots and series including David E. Kelley's Snoops on ABC and the NBC sitcom Three Sisters.

Kerr also recurred for two seasons in the role of Jennie Garth's love interest (Rick) on the WB sitcom What I Like About You with Amanda Bynes.

Most recently, Kerr played opposite Anne Heche on ABC's Men In Trees and will be appearing this fall in Lipstick Jungle (NBC) with Brooke Shields as well as CSI: NY (CBS) and Without A Trace (CBS). He is also currently getting laughs as a heartless attorney in the hit Web comedy series Living the Dream at BitterLawyer.com.

He has been a guest star on many television shows over the years including Sex and the City and House, M.D.

Kerr resides in Los Angeles and enjoys fighting crime in his spare time.

2001 (from NBC's 'Three Sisters' page)

Raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Edward Kerr graduated from Vanderbilt University before deciding to pursue a career born from his love of film and television. After appearing in a variety of national commercials for Toyota, Chevrolet, Miller beer and Old Spice, Kerr got his first big break when an audition with an NBC casting executive led to a starring role in the miniseries, 'Secrets of Lake Success' in 1993.

He followed that coup with a starring role in the feature film, 'Above Suspicion,' with Joe Mantegna and Christopher Reeve. In 1994, he joined the cast of 'SeaQuest DSV,' playing special weapons and tactics expert Lt. James Brody. Most recently, he starred opposite Gina Gershon on the David Kelly series, 'Snoops.'

Kerr earned critical praise as the lead in last year's cable movie, 'Legalese,' featuring his 'Snoops' co-star Gershon, James Garner and Mary Louise Parker. He also received acclaim for his starring role in the festival comedy, 'Confessions of a Sexist Pig.'

Kerr lives in Los Angeles where he enjoys playing billiards, reading and participating in a wide variety of sports. His birthday is October 14.