Texan Kevin Rahm's screen-acting career started off with a number of small television guest roles before he landed a spot as a regular on the second season of the short-lived Christina Applegate vehicle Jesse in 1999. In 2001, he joined the cast of the legal drama Judging Amy and continued to appear on the show into its fifth season. Following his exit from Judging Amy, Rahm could be seen in a supporting role in the 2004 remake of Alfie, as well as several guest appearances on TV shows ranging from Grey's Anatomy to CSI. In 2007, Rahm joined the cast of ABC's hit series Desperate Housewives, staying with the series until the end, in 2012.. In 2010, he began playing the recurring role of Ted Chaough, one of the partners of the rival firm CGC on AMC's Mad Men. Rahm was promoted to a series regular in the show's sixth season.
Biography by Matthew Tobey
- Was on the debate team and the cheerleading squad in high school.
- Served as a Mormon missionary in France, Switzerland and the Indian Ocean islands of Mauritius and Réunion from 1990 to '92.
- Was one of two national Irene Ryan Foundation acting-scholarship winners in 1994 for his work at Brigham Young University.
- Performed at Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center in 1994.
- Was a member of the Pacific Resident Theatre of Venice, CA.
- Starred as a young comedy writer in the short-lived NBC sitcom Everything's Relative.