Kevin McKidd
Biographical Information
Born August 9th, 1973
Elgin, Scotland
Productions Topsy-Turvy as Durward Lely
Nicholas Nickleby as John Bowdie
The Woman in White as Walter Hartright (original Workshop cast)
Grey's Anatomy as Dr. Owen Hunt
Recordings Topsy-Turvy (film soundtrack)
Grey's Anatomy: The Music Event
The Speyside Sessions
Vocal Type Tenor

Kevin McKidd is a Scottish actor.


Born in Elgin, Moray, he studied Drama at Queen Margaret's College in Edinburgh, and appeared in amateur comedy and plays before making his first screen appearance in Small Faces and later Trainspotting in 1996. He went on to appear in a number of other major films, including Kingdom of Heaven and Hannibal Rising.

McKidd's greatest successes came on television, receiving great acclaim for his roles as Lucius Vorenus in Rome and Dr. Owen Hunt in the medical drama Grey's Anatomy. He also worked on several occasions as a voice actor, as the MacGuffins in Brave, and John "Soap" McTavish in the Call of Duty series.


McKidd has sung in a number of productions including Topsy-Turvy where he played renowned tenor Durward Lely and portrayed Walter Hartright in the Sydmonton workshop in The Woman in White. He also sang in the musical episode in his regular role in Grey's Anatomy, and was featured on the charity album The Speyside Sessions.


Topsy-Turvy (1999)Edit

  • Incantation (contains solo lines)
  • But Soft.../Why, Where Be Oi? (contains solo lines)
  • A Wand'ring Minstrel, I (solo)
  • The Criminal Cried As He Dropped Him Down

Nicholas Nickleby (2002)Edit

  • On Ilkla Moor Baht 'at


Grey's Anatomy (2009)Edit

  • Chasing Cars (contains solo lines)
  • How We Operate (solo)
  • Running on Sunshine


The Woman in White (2003)(workshop)Edit


The Speyside Sessions (2012)Edit

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