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  • (April 1, 2007) Publication of the photo book "Degrees," for which Kevin Bacon wrote the foreword and appeared on the cover of the book published by Dewi Lewis Media (ISBN 0954684362), also with text by Sir Alan Bates (written just two weeks before his death) and Pierce Brosnan.
  • (1998) CD (as The Bacon Brothers): "Forosoco".
  • (1998) Music video: Directed the video for "Boys In Bars".
  • (2001) TV commercial: www.nycmiracle.com
  • (2002) TV commercial: VISA Check Card
  • (February 2002) Stage: Appeared (as "Samuel Gentle") in "An Almost Holy Picture" by Heather McDonald at the Roundabout Theater, New York City.
  • (2005) TV commercial (PSA): The ONE Campaign [www.one.org]
  • TV commercial: Hanes underwear (part of its "Look Who We've Got Our Hanes on Now" series)
  • (2006) Print ad: Hanes underwear.
  • (2007) TV commercial (with Michael Jordan): Hanes underwear.
  • (2009) Music video: Appeared (as The Bacon Brothers) in video with Bellamy Brothers called "Guilty of the Crime".
  • (2010) TV commercial: Logitech Revue (as "Kevin Bacon's Biggest Fan")
  • (2013) Series of TV commercials for UK Mobile Network 'EE' filmed in the UK and featuring British cultural references
  • (February 2014) TV commercial for the 2014 Buick LaCrosse Buick President's Day sale (voiceover).
  • (2013 - 2014) TV commercial "Old Dinosaurs" for the new 2014 Buick Encore (voiceover).
  • (2015) Print ads for eggs for Incredible Egg.org to promote egg consumption.
  • (October 19 to November 5, 1978) He played Ronnie in Marsha Norman's play, "Getting Out," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Pamela Reed (Arlie); Susan Kingsley (Arlene); John C. Capodice (Guard (1) Barry Corbin (Bennie); David Berman (Guard (2); William Jay (Doctor); Madeline Thornton-Sherwood (Mother); Anna Minot (School Principal); Leo Burmester (Carl); Hansford Rowe (Warden) and Joan Pape (Ruby); in the cast. Jon Jory was director.
  • (October 17 to November 10, 1979) He played Phil McCann in John Byrne's play, "The Slab Boys," at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Gene O'Neill (Spanky Farrell); Jack McClure (Hector McKenzie); Alan Duke (William Curry); Stephen Cowie (Jack Hogg); Robertson Smith (Alan Downie); Georgina Hall (Sadie) and Noreen Tobin (Lucille Bentley) in the cast. Peter Maloney was director.

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