Find out all the facts you need to know about the former husband of the late filmmaker Lynn Shelton.
Filmmaker Lynn Shelton passed away on Sunday after falling ill for a week from an unidentified blood disorder. She was survived by her son Milo Seal, her boyfriend Marc Maron, her parents Wendy and Alan Roedell, and David "Mac" Shelton and Frauke Rynd. Shelton was also survived by her brothers David Shelton, Robert Rynd, and sister Tanya Rynd.
Lynn Shelton was an emerging director in the entertainment industry. Some of her significant works include writing, directing, and producing such films as 'Humpday' and 'Your Sister's Sister.' She also directed more than 40 TV episodes, including the first half of 'Little Fires Everywhere.' Lynn Shelton was in a relationship with Marc Maron till the day she died. But formerly, the late director was married to actor Kevin Seal. How much do you know about Kevin Seal? Let's find out.
Kevin Seal and Lynn Shelton shared a son named Milo Seal.
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Kevin Seal works as an actor, musician, improvisational comedian, and television presenter. He is known for 'Say When,' 'Sheep in the Big City,' and 'Pipe Dream.' He normally works in voice-overs and is a stay-at-home dad to his son.
Kevin Seal, by profession, is an actor, musician, improvisational comedian and television presenter. He was an MTV VJ in the late 1980s as the host of the pilot of 'Club MTV.' He also worked as one of the hosts of the influential alternative-music program '120 Minutes,' which debuted in 1986.
Kevin Seal used to host some shows on MTV.
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Kevin Seal left the program '120 Minutes' and got an opportunity to host MTV's 'Headbangers Ball' from 1987 to 1988. He also used to host the show 'Kevin Seal: Sporting Fool.' Kevin won a Cable Ace Award in 1990 for his contribution to the show.
After leaving MTV, Kevin Seal used to appear frequently on television series and movies. Kevin got a starring role in the 1992 interactive cinema film 'I'm Your Man.' Afterward, he was cast as voice talent for both the lead character and primary antagonist in the Cartoon Network series 'Sheep in the Big City' in 2000.
Kevin Seal has worked on several television series and movies.
Kevin Seal also performed various roles in 'Dexter's Laboratory,' 'The Powerpuff Girls' and 'Johnny Bravo.' Furthermore, he was also the host for the pilot episode of the Nickelodeon game show, 'Figure it Out' in 1996. He remained in the show before Summer Sanders took over as the series host when the show officially premiered a year later.
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