Lance Kerwin was an American actor, known primarily for roles in television and film during his childhood and teen years in the 1970s.
He played lead roles in the TV series James at 15, and the made-for-TV films The Loneliest Runner and Salem’s Lot.
In 1985 he co-starred in the “Snow Queen” a retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale in an episode of Shelly Duvall’s children’s television series Faerie Tale Theatre, alongside Melissa Gilbert, Lee Remick, and Lauren Hutton.
Lance Kerwin Parents: Who are Lance Kerwin’s Parents?
Lance Kerwin was born in Newport Beach, California, in the United States. His father was an acting coach who brought home scripts for his son (Lance) to read, and his mother was a performer and later a talent agent.