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Already planted an interest in entertainment industry from the moment he sneaked downstairs at night to watch late shows on TV during his childhood, Kevin subsequently heeded the suggestion and began to hone his skills persistently during his study at the school, even taking the male lead in its stage production of "The Sound of Music" opposite Mare Winningham by his senior year.
Though so, his attention at that time was rather focused on comedy for he was often spotted doing some celebrity impersonations which then prompted him to audition for a slot in "The Gong Show" following his graduation in 1977.
The youngest of three children, he was born on July 26, 1959 in South Orange, New Jersey to Kathleen Spacey and Thomas Geoffrey Fowler whose irregular job as a technical writer often forced the family to move from one place to another before finally settled in Southern California by 1963.
There is no trace of them or the accompanying story on spending an intimate Sunday afternoon with a good-looking, well-toned hunk half his age in a public park.
And they appeared to rip apart the straight image Spacey has carefully cultivated in a bid to head off persistent rumors that he is gay.
“In 2000, Kevin was pap-snapped with a young male model he’d met in a restaurant and then driven to a Los Angeles park,” magazine published a series of photos documenting the incident in April 2000—a few weeks after Spacey won the Oscar for Best Actor at that year’s Academy Awards.
What makes these photos unusual is that they’re impossible to find on the Internet.
He was mortally wounded by a shell on 29 September during the Battle of St Quentin Canal, never having been aware that he was to receive the Victoria Cross.