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Robert Michael Kane (credited as Bo Kane) is an American actor.


Kane was raised in Griffith, Indiana, and had two older brothers. He attended the University of Notre Dame, where he was a member of the boxing team, and he graduated with a degree in Business Administration. He later attended the University of Denver, where he received his MBA. However, Kane shifted his interests to acting when he studied at Second City in Chicago and was hired as a precision driver for the film The Blues Brothers. He moved to Los Angeles, California, where he began an acting career in the 80s.

During that time, Kane also landed a volunteer job as an equestrian coach for the California Special Olympics. He held the position for a total of sixteen years, and coached athletes participating in the World Games. He also worked as a former newspaper columnist and an author, having wrote the book 50 Acting Scenes For Teens. In his personal life, he married Denise Loveday, with whom he had two children. Kane also coaches kids' baseball, basketball, and acting coach; and is an avid video cameraman, working on independent projects and casting athletes for film and commercial projects.

On Criminal Minds[]

Kane portrayed Sergeant Blutarsky in the Season Eight episode "Carbon Copy".


  • Colony (2015) as Teamster
  • Criminal Minds - "Carbon Copy" (2013) TV episode - Sergeant Blutarsky
  • The Vortex (2012) as Captain Rogers
  • Castle (2012) as Chuck Harrison
  • Workaholics (2012) as Coach
  • 90210 (2012) as Man
  • CSI: Miami (2011) as Captain Adam Winston
  • The Defenders (2011) as Reporter #1
  • Outlaw (2010) as Reporter #1 (2 episodes)
  • Men of a Certain Age (2009) as Texas Husband
  • Dexter (2009) as Sonny Skyes
  • Flashforward (2009) as High Roller
  • Camouflage (2009) as Corey's Boss
  • The Unit (2007) as Interviewer
  • The Ringer (2005) as Matt
  • Man of the House (2005) as Courthouse Reporter
  • The X-Files (2002) as Marine Sergeant McCormick
  • JAG (2001) as Senior Member
  • Among Thieves (2001) as Police Officer
  • Unsolved Mysteries (2001) as St. Louis Detective
  • The Magnificent Seven (1998) as Prison Guard (credited as Bob Kane)
  • Born Into Exile (1997) as Reception Man
  • The Phantom (1996) as Mounted Cop
  • Melrose Place (1995) as Doctor (credited as Bob Kane)
  • Party of Five (1994) as Police Officer (credited as Bob Kane)
  • What's Love Got to Do with It (1993) as Dance Show Host (credited as Bob Kane)
  • Child's Play (1988) as Male TV Newscaster (credited as Robert Kane)
  • El Norte (1983) as Lab Technician (credited as Bob Kane)

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For an up-to-date filmography, see here.