Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak

About Kevin Pollak

Kevin Elliot Pollak (born October 30, 1957) is an American actor, impressionist, game show host, and comedian. He started performing stand-up comedy at the age of 10 and touring professionally at the age of 20. In 1988, Pollak landed a role in George Lucass Willow, directed by Ron Howard, and began his acting career. Pollak is an avid poker player, hosting weekly home games with some of Hollywood's A-list celebrities. He finished 134th out of 6,598 entrants in the 2012 WSOP, earning himself $52,718. Pollak was born in San Francisco, the youngest son of Elaine Harlow and Robert 'Bobby' Pollak. He has one older brother. He has since moved to and currently resides in San Francisco. His parents live in Chicago, and his brother resides with his family in Boston. He attended high school at Pioneer High School in San Jose.

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