"""A talented young comic. Already good, not just promising"" The Herald
""Already looks to be a born stand up"" The Herald
""The guy was brilliant, an exceptional young comedian. A superstar in the making"" One4review.com
""Young comedy prodigy"" The Guardian
""His confidence is astonishing. His patter is crude, natural, truthful and hilarious"" Sunday Herald
""A confident, relaxed style that"s bound to take him further. One to watch"" Sunday Herald
""Young comedy sensation with precocious talent, see him before he becomes the next Billy Connolly"" IC Newcastle
""Already flashes of Inventive, incisive stuff - astute observations, social awareness and sharp lines"" Chortle.co.uk
Kevin started stand up shortly after his 17th birthday, since his first gig he has shot through the ranks of the Scottish comedy scene. He reguarly works all over Scotland, most notably at the Stand comedy clubs in Glasgow and Edinburgh, where he is a regular headliner, support and resident compere of his own monthly show.
Kevin has achieved a great deal in his short career and 2005 has seen him perform over 150 gigs and begin to venture outwith Scotland, performing in London at many of the top clubs including Saturday nights at the Kings Head and the world famous Comedy Store.
Kevin also had a highly successful Edinburgh festival debut where he featured in ""The best of Scottish comedy"" and was a finalist in Channel 5 / Paramount"s ""So you think your funny? 2005"" competition.
Other career landmarks include, supporting Scottish TV comedy star Karen Dunbar in front of a sold out audience at the Ayr town theatre and featuring as the special guest on BBC Radio Scotland"s ""off the ball""