Kevin James Sievert is an actor, singer and musician based in Wisconsin. Kevin attended Holy Family College in Manitowoc, WI studying Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. In addition to that, Kevin has studied and performed as a pianist and accompanist in the Wisconsin area. A classically trained tenor, Kevin's musical and vocal performance experience has spanned from pop/rock music, opera and musical theatre. In 2015, Kevin recieved a Region 3 KCACTF Irene Ryan nomination for his role as Beethoven in Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead., which allowed him to audition and accept a spot in the highly selective Open Jar Institute, a pre-Broadway college program training actors in the heart of the New York theatre scene. In 2016, Kevin became the $10,000 winner of the Wisconsin state-wide vocal competition Lakeshore's Rising Stars.
In 2017, Kevin made his professional debut at Skylight Music Theatre in Milwaukee, WI in Hot Mikado (Pish Tush), and Urinetown (Robbie the Stockfish/Dance Captain). Kevin returned to Skylight in the 2018-2019 season in Five Guys Named Moe (Little Moe), where he received a nomination and became a finalist for the Footlight People's Choice Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer in a Musical (Professional). Other recent regional credits include Disney's Newsies (Ensemble), Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour), The Gospel at Colonus (Balladeer) and his 2022 Chicagoland Debut in Spring Awakening (Otto/us Moritz).
Kevin James Sievert is represented by Gray Talent Group, Chicago.
Directorial credits include; The Addams Family: The Musical (General Director), Legally Blonde: The Musical (Co-General Direction and Choreography), Hello Again (Direction and Choreography) and Carrie: The Musical (Direction and Choreography).