These guys never left my side because, as I was told, Mexico City is the kidnap capital of the world; it's big, big business, kidnapping'Trade' showed Kline risky side of Mexico Sep 28, 2007
I read the New York Times Magazine piece that Peter Landesman had written, but then reading the script and doing the research I did, I was appalled and horrified and made much more aware of the enormity of this global (crisis,Kline plays cop in human-trafficking drama Sep 27, 2007
I do tend toward a comedic worldview -- in life, I have too much of a desire to be funny at times, and that sometimes gets in the wayComedy is Kline's 'Companion' Jun 09, 2006
When people want you to be serious, I've always responded the opposite wayComedy is Kline's 'Companion' Jun 09, 2006
I live in New York and I'm really out of the loop in terms of how Hollywood works, but I gather through inference that studios tend to put tons of money into these movies which they hope will guarantee a huge financial returnAnalysis: Second chances on DVD Dec 02, 2004
Kevin Delaney Kline (born October 24, 1947) is an American theatre, voice and film actor. He has won an Academy Award and two Tony Awards, and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2009.
Kline was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Margaret "Peggy" (née Kirk) and Robert Joseph Kline. His father was a classical music lover and an amateur opera singer who owned and operated The Record Bar, a record store in St. Louis that opened in the early '40s, and also sold toys during the '60s and '70s; his father's family also owned Kline's Inc., a department store chain. Kline has described his mother as the "dramatic theatrical character in our family." Kline's father was an agnostic of German Jewish descent, while Kline's Irish-American mother, the daughter of an emigrant from County Louth, was Catholic. Kline and his siblings were raised as Catholic.
Kline graduated from the Catholic Saint Louis Priory School in 1965. He attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, where he began as an aspiring classical pianist. After joining the on-campus theater group "Vest Pocket Players" as an undergraduate, he fell in love with the theater and switched to acting, graduating from IU in 1970.