Kevin Lucero Less graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts Los Angeles California, and was invited into the Prestigious Conservatory Company in 1999. He also graduated from the School of Art at the University of Arizona Tucson Arizona (BFA Summa Cum Laude Honors), and the Touch Therapy Institute at the National Holistic Institute Los Angeles California (CMT with distinction). He attended further acting studies at the University of Colorado Boulder Colorado, Butte College Sacramento California, San Francisco State College California, and Metropolitan State College Denver Colorado.
A versatile Stage/Film/Television actor, Kevin Lucero Less has performed in more than 90 productions from Los Angeles to Chicago including: "The Servant of Two Masters", "12 Ophelias" (midwest premiere), "The Unconquered" (midwest premiere), "No Darkness Round My Stone" (U.S. premiere and Performink nomination), "Dimly Perceived Threats to the System", "Death Trap" (Best Actor nomination), "Oleanna" (reprise), "Sylvia" (Best Actor winner and MAC nomination), "The Glass Menagerie" (Best Actor nomination), "Dial M For Murder" (reprise and Best Actor nomination), "Black Coffee", " Who's Affraid of Virgina Wolf", "Tartuffe", "Knock 'em Dead" (Best Actor winner), "Over the River and Through the Woods" (Best Actor nomination), "A Thing of Beauty", "Mounted and Pinned" (Best Actor winner), "Giant's Have us in Their Books" (Best Actor winner), "Into the Woods", "Glengarry Glen Ross", "Ways and Means", "Burn This", "Big Knife", "Working", "Suddenly Last Summer", "Flaubert's Latest", "The Sacred Dance of Yellow Thunder", "The Vanishing Act", "Walking on the Moon", "Moon Over Buffalo", "Bagel Thieves" (world premiere), "The Bottomless Cup" (world premiere), "Vegas Skies" (world premiere), "Eternal" (world premiere), "Hot-lines" (world premiere), "The Perfect Ending" (world premiere), "Battle of the Network Stars" (world premiere), "Alky", "Butterflies are Free", "The Passion Play", "The Review" (world premiere), "The Dutchman", "Ubu Roi", "South Pacific" and many more.
In 1995 he was a Contract Player on the ACTV Cable Television Soap "A Campus Affair", until his departure from the Series in 1996.
Selected Film Festival Official Selections include: "Move Me" (Sundance Film Festival Park City Utah, Silver Lake Film Festival, Sundance Institute at Brooklyn Academy of Music New York City, Cine Vegas Film Festival, Tucson Film and Music Festival, HoCo Festival, Apple iTunes, Sundance Channel, Academy Award qualifier); "Ordinary Day" (TGAFP Austin Film Festival Winner Best Screenplay, ION Fest Film Festival Los Angeles, Eurasian Almaty Kazakhstan International Film Festival, LA International Short Film Festival, Arizona International Film Festival, Academy Award qualifier); "Food for Thought" (Dixie Film Festival Nomination Outstanding Original Story/Screenplay, Reno Film Festival Nomination Best Short Film, Arizona International Film Festival, New York City 24 Hour Film Festival); "Sunday Morning" (Phoenix Film Festival Winner Best Director, Winner Best Cinematographer); "A Beautifully Controlled Study of Provincial Melancholy" (Boston Film Festival, North Shore Short Film Festival Winner Best Film); "Passover" (Malibu Film Festival, Bloomsbury Park Film Festival, Brooks Barrow Gallery Milwaukee); "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye" (Fright Night Film Festival, Strange Behavior Film Festival, Dead Pit Horror Radio, Micro Cine Festival Fox Theatre, Indie Pix Network); "Alpha" (Pittsburgh Horror Film Festival and Convention) and many more.
He has received several awards for best actor including: the Ovation Award, the Silver Stage Award, the Oxford Award, the Clara Award, and the Golden Shore Award.
Kevin Lucero Less has Written, Produced and Directed 5 films: "Re-en-act-ment", "Norsk", "The Captain's Verses", "Passover", and "The Man Who Shot Dogs".
He is the Artistic Director of Halo One Productions UK, producing entertainment since 1996.