Robert Michael Kane is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Reporter.



Bo Kane grew up in Griffith, Indiana, the youngest of three boys. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Business Administration (also on the boxing team), and later received his MBA from the University of Denver. The switch from business to acting began in Chicago when Bo was studying at Second City, and was hired as a precision driving cop for the film "The Blues Brothers". He began his LA acting career in the mid-80's with shows like Young & Restless, General Hospital, films such as El Norte and Child's Play, and several commercials. During that time he began a weekly volunteer job as an Equestrian Coach for the California Special Olympics, a position that he held for 16 years, and included coaching athletes in the Special Olympic World Games. Bo is a former newspaper columnist, and is the author of the books "Acting Scenes and Monologues For Kids!" Volumes 1 and 2, and "Acting Scenes and Monologues For Young Teens" . He and his wife, Denise Loveday, have two children, Makena Kane and Austin Kane. In addition to equestrian, Bo has coached football receivers, baseball, and basketball, and uses far too many sports metaphors in his acting classes for kids.[1]


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