On the Adam Corolla Show, Kevin announced the divorce with his wife on April 10th, 2008.
Kevin is usually a best friend character to the main character.
Kevin is such an excellent impersonator of Alan Arkin that when leaving a message on Arkin's answering machine, Arkin thought that he had left himself a message.
Kevin is known as one of the first comedians to have a successful dramatic film career.
Shortly after Kevin started his stand-up career, he played at the West Coast Comedy club.
Kevin used to lip-synch Bill Cosby when he was 10.
Kevin attended San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.
Kevin attended high school with Rob Becker.
Kevin became a touring professional stand-up at age twenty.
Kevin was nominated for the Golden Satellite Award in in 1999 for "Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series" for From the Earth to the Moon.
Kevin is notoriously known for his impressions of William Shatner.
Kevin won the NBR Award in 1995 for "Best Acting by an Ensemble" in the film The Usual Suspects.
Kevin lived and worked in the Bay Area of San Francisco until he was 26.
In the year 2000, Kevin was nominated for the Blockbuster Entertainment Award.
In 1982, Pollak took second place in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition.
Kevin was performing stand up comedy at the age of 10.
Kevin has appeared in over 50 films over the past two decades.
For 30 years now he's been playing poker
He started his career when he was 17 years old.
He has to share a birthday with his own father.
His spouse is Lucy Webb (1995 - present).
He is 5'5" (1.65 m).
Kevin: I am completely and utterly hooked to all the great shows on A&E and Court TV that are about small town murder. These shows like Forensic Files, City Confidential, I just can't get enough of them. It's always the same sort of deal. You know they interview the actual people that lived through the experience. I miss Paul Winfield as the host of City Confidential, may he rest in peace.
Kevin: We became good friends during A Few Good Men. He was shooting Death Becomes Her right next door and, of course, he'd come over to visit his wife and we started hanging out and have been good friends since. He's amazing. One of the things I admire, separate from his work which I've always enjoyed, is that the people he's surrounded by are friends he's known for 25 years or more. It doesn't feel like a posse. It feels like he created his own family at work, which is pretty admirable. When you're young and thinking about going into show business your closest friends are the first to say, "Someday you're going to be famous and we'll all hang out together." You say, "Yeah, yeah," and it never happens. But I stay in touch with three of my best friends which I've known for 35 years. We make an annual trek to Vegas for the Super Bowl and for those three or four days it's heaven on Earth. Bruce is unbelievably generous and loyal and a true inspiration in that regard as well. I love working with him. I love being around him. He's the party.
Kevin: As my wife puts it, as long as the leading man needs a best friend or an attorney, I'll continue to work. You know you have to bring your own thing to it, and fortunately if you have a director offering me the part because he wants me to bring my own thing to it, I'm going to be able to do that. I like to think that I choose things that will have an impact on the story so I won't be just a filler.
Kevin: As rewarding as a good film role can be, there is just nothing like getting up on a stage and taking an audience for a ride. You make a movie, and the audience may not see it for another 10 months. Here, you know immediately their reaction.