Kevin Christy was born January 31, 1977 in La Crescenta, California. He got his first public exposure when he did a commercial for Taco Bell. Other commercial projects came in soon after and he was able to land roles on advertisements for Sprint, PCS, MasterCard, Burger King, Dodge and 7-Up.
Among his notable TV guest appearances were on Dharma & Greg, Seven Days, Raising Dad, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, CSI : Crime Scene Investigation, Malcolm in the Middle , Undeclared and Love, Inc. Christy was also part of several films including the 2000 comedy sci-fi Dude, Where’s my Car?, where he played the role of Zellner, a cult member. He was cast for the drama film A Time for Dancing. In 2003, Christy was Crocodile on the gay fantasy Neverland, a film that took home awards at the Dances With Films and Fort Worth Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival. He starred as Clip in New Port South, and was seen in Love Don’t Cost a Thing and For Your Consideration. In 2004, he played Barfly in the thriller EMR, a film which has won awards at the Raindance Film Festival, San Francisco Fearless Tales Genre Fest, Washington DC Independent Film Fest and Weekend of Fear, Nuremberg, Germany.
He is a regular standup comedian at The Comedy Store located in Hollywood. He also appeared in the music video of the song “Promise” by Southern Californian rock band Eve 6. Christy currently lives in Los Angeles.
Andy Melman is played by Kevin Christy on NBC’s Quarterlife . The show is an adaptation of an online series and social network with the same title. It centers on the lives of six twenty-something artists as they come of age. Andy, a film editor, is sidekick to Jed and Danny