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Kevin Byrd Set To Be Interviewed On July 30, 2019 At Famed Stanley Theater On The Joe Kelly Show In Utica, NY Commemorating 30th Anniversary of His Life Work

On Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 at 3:00 pm internationally recognized Award Winning Actor, Prostate Cancer Advocate, Founder of BrownByrd Foundation, Inc. Kevin Byrd will be interviewed on the Joe Kelly Show of WUTR.  WUTR is an ABC-News Network affiliated television station licensed to Utica, New York, United States and serving Central Upstate New York’s Mohawk Valley.  The show will air on WUTR ABC-News on August 4th 2019 at 10:30 am.

KEVIN BYRD, 38, is a God Fearing, Multiple Award-Winning Entertainer and Global Prostate Cancer Health Advocate.

Media Accomplishments Kevin Byrd’s work has received National and International Media attention in over one hundred publications circulating to millions of people worldwide such as  the AM New York Newspaper (Manhattan’s Highest Daily Circulation Newspaper), Epoch International Times, USA.com Special Media Placement, Newsday, Amsterdam Newspaper, Vibe Magazine, IFlow Magazine, King Magazine, Essence.com, Hush Magazine, Rolling Out, Urban Buzz Magazine, Parle Magazine, New York Beacon, Caribbean Life, New York Times, Hempstead Times, Blackstar News and BET.

Milestones: 1989 Started acting as a child star in Rhythm Lights age 8, 2000 BrownByrd Foundation founded by Blossom Brown and Kevin Byrd, 2003 Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz awards citation to 27 Year Old Actor/Prostate Cancer Advocate, 2004 Kevin Byrd Promotes ‘The Last Days” Tour making headlines around the Upstate New York area, 2004 Observer Dispatch Newspaper article titled “Hitting It Big”. 2004 Utica Phoenix Newspaper features Kevin Byrd in Cover Story – “Kevin Byrd Has Wings To Fly”, 2005 Kevin Byrd Graces Cover of Urban Buzz Magazine, 2006  Byrd is nationally known  for his portrayal  as Lt. John R. Fox in the 2006 History/HBO Movie “Honor Deferred” Produced by Al Roker, starring Samuel  Jackson and  Bernie Mac, 2007 International  Headline – The Epoch Times – City Watch: BrooklynByrd Flies High, 2007 Kevin Byrd celebrates year-end review with his 100th headliner  in Caribbean Newspaper – story titled “2007 Great Year for Actor Kevin Byrd”. 2011 Kevin Byrd appointed  Health Chairman of a local chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc.,, Utica Native award winning Actor/Prostate Cancer Advocate Kevin Byrd receives Designated Honorary Street Naming for foundation’s advocacy – The Common Council in the City of Utica, New York designated an honorary street “ Brown Byrd Lane” sign to be placed on both ends of the street below the Pond Lane Signs – Legislation sponsored by Councilmembers Meola, Giruzzi, Vescera, Testa, Marino, McKinsey, Colosimo-Testa and Zecca Bucciero, 2012  for Black History Month  Kevin Byrd’s work entered into Congressional Record by Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, Bklyn, N.Y., 2013  Long Island Business News  Health Care Heroes Award for work at local chapter of  100 Black Men of America, Inc.., 2013 Kevin Byrd Profiled  on Verizon FiOS1 Show “Heroes on Long Island, 2016 Actor/Prostate Cancer Advocate/Founder Brownbyrdfoundation featured on WABC Here and Now,2019 Kevin Byrd Appointed Chairman of Health NY State’s largest African American Chamber LIAACC, February 2nd, 2019 Niagara Falls Lit Blue for 6th consecutive year for Prostate Awareness Day in honor of foundation’s work, 2019 Kevin Byrd, Actor, President/Founder Brownbyrdfoundation honored at Young Gifted & Black Awards – for Professional Services, Innovation & Business Leadership Award, and a 2019 New York State Senate Resolution by New York State Senator Kevin Parker in conjunction with the Young Gifted and Black Awards.

About: Stanley Theatre: The Stanley was originally built to be a movie palace, The Stanley opened on September 10, 1928 with 2,963 seats. Constructed in just 13 months, it was designed by famous architect Thomas Lamb, who is considered one of the foremost designers of theaters and cinemas in the 20th century. His creations include the Fox Theatre in San Francisco and the Capitol Theatre in New York, both now demolished. It is one of three remaining Lamb theaters: The Stanley, Proctor’s Theatre, Schenectady, NY, and The Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY. Today, The Stanley is host to shows presented by Broadway Utica as well as several promoters. Recent acts include REO Speedwagon, Martina McBride, Tony Bennett, Jerry Seinfeld, Jackson Browne, the Goo Goo Dolls, Ragtime, Once, 42nd Street, and Jersey Boys.

To view media content visit: http://www.brownbyrdfoundation.org/brown-byrd-foundation-media-content.html or to contact us for media inquiries visit: http://www.brownbyrdfoundation.org/contact-us.html

To support the BrownByrd Foundation in the form of donations visit: http://www.brownbyrdfoundation.org/brown-byrd-foundation-prostate-cancer-donations.html

To view the foundation’s work visit: http://www.brownbyrdfoundation.org/

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