'Kevin Can F**k Himself' Full Cast List: Meet Annie Murphy and other actors
The comedy series also stars Alex Bonifer, Meghan Leathers and Raymond Lee in pivotal roles
AMC's dark comedy ‘Kevin Can F**k Himself’ follows the life of Allison McRoberts (Annie Murphy) and how everyone feels that her life is absolutely flawless. However, things are not that good when we look closely. Soon, she realizes that enough is enough and she needs to take a stand for her life. The show will be told from the point of view of a sitcom wife.
‘Schitt’s Creek’ alum Annie Murphy will be playing the lead role of Allison while she will be joined by a group of talented actors in supporting roles. Let’s take a look at the cast members of ‘Kevin Can F**k Himself’.
Annie Murphy as Allison McRoberts
Born on December 19, 1986, Anne Frances Murphy started performing in stage productions while attending high school and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 22 to pursue acting. She made her acting debut in the TV movie ‘Lethal Obsession’ in 2007 and continued to make cameo appearances in various Canadian films. However, her journey was not at all easy and faced a lot of obstacles. She even thought of quitting acting.
In 2013, she auditioned for the role of Alexis Rose in ‘Schitt’s Creek’ and won the role. The actress portrayed the character for the series’ entire run of six seasons and won the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Murphy also won the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series along with Eugene Levy, Dan Levy, Sarah Levy, Emily Hampshire, Catherine O’Hara, and more.
Her role in ‘Schitt’s Creek’ also earned her nominations in award shows like Golden Globes, Critics’ Choice Television Awards, Gracie Awards, and Canadian Screen Awards.
Mary Hollis Inboden as Patty
Born in 1986, Inboden is a survivor of the 1998 Westside Middle School shooting that took place when she was just 12 years old. She started her professional acting career in 2011 when she collaborated on a script based on her experiences as a survivor of a school shooting. The play was titled ‘Warriors’.
On the other hand, she made her TV debut with the TV show ‘The Chicago Code’ in 2011. She also had a recurring role in ‘Boss’ and shared the screen with Kelsey Grammar, Connie Nielsen and Hannah Ware.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, ‘Superstore’, ‘American Princess’ and ‘Marriage Story’ are some of the projects she has been a part of.
Alex Bonifer as Neil
Bonifer began his acting career in 2015 with a couple of short films titled ‘The Cutaway Chug’ and ‘Sexual Harris-ment’. In 2019, he portrayed the character of Russell in the highly popular TV show ‘Superstore’. Alex was recently seen in the movie ‘Film Fest 4’ which was released in March 2021.
Meghan Leathers as Jenn
Leathers is known for making appearances in several short films like ‘Last Stop Montauk’, ‘X’s on Trees’, ‘American Waste’ and ‘Entropic’. Directed by Sebastian Savino, ‘Entropic’ won the Best Student Film at the Winter Film Awards. Meanwhile, Leathers was praised for her acting in the short film. In 2015, she made a guest appearance in the TV series ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’. She also had a recurring role on ‘For All Mankind’ alongside Joel Kinnaman and Sarah Jones.
Leathers will be next seen in Adam McKay’s upcoming movie ‘Don’t Look Up’ which also stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Timothee Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Ron Perlman, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, and Mark Rylance.
Raymond Lee as Sam
Born in 1987, Raymond Lee’s first major role was in the web series ‘Ktown Cowboys’. He made his feature film debut with the 2009 movie ‘Penance’. Meanwhile, his TV debut came in 2012 with the popular TV series ‘How I Met Your Mother’.
Since then, Sam has appeared on movies and TV shows such as ‘Farah Goes Bang’, ‘A Leading Man’, ‘Hart of Dixie’, ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’, ‘Modern Family’, ‘Scandal’, ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ and ‘Prodigal Son’.
Excited about ‘Kevin Can F**k Himself’? Catch the comedy show exclusively on AMC+ on June 13 at 3 am EST.