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Selected list of Kevin Ruf film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


2007
Halfway Home (2007) (TV Show)
Kenny Carlisle

2005
Karen Williams' Receptionist

2004
Eulogy (2004)
Commercial Dad

2003
Martin

2002
Himself

2000
Security Guard

1999
Freaks and Geeks (1999) (TV Show)
Police Officer

1998
Ernie

1997
Jenny (1997) (TV Show)
Ted Tucker

1996
3rd Rock from the Sun (1996) (TV Show)
New Father 

1994
Friends (1994) (TV Show)
The Porsche Owner

1991
Talk Soup (1991) (TV Show)
Guest Host for Episode 

1989
Primetime (1989) (TV Show)
Himself

1989
Seinfeld (1989) (TV Show)
Security Guard

Producer Credits


2007
Halfway Home (2007) (TV Show)
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2002
2002 MTV Movie Awards (2002) (TV Movie)
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Writer Credits


2007
Halfway Home (2007) (TV Show)
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Self


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Kevin Ruf (born December 7, 1961) is an American actor and comedian. He recently starred in the Comedy Central show Halfway Home as Kenny Carlyle, the house supervisor of a halfway house. He was the newsman in That Was The Week That Was on ABC's Primetime Live. He is also an attorney. In 2006, he argued and won a case before the California Supreme Court which expanded the rights of day laborers. The case was entitled Smith v. L'Oreal.

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