Kevin FinnPlayed by Jason Ritter
Kevin Finn is a cluelessly self-serving person who left his hometown after high school to pursue a career as a big-shot financial investor in New York City. But Kevin's material life came up short – he's now on the other side of success after losing his job, being dumped by his girlfriend, and surviving a recent suicide attempt. No longer able to rely on his wit and humor, he makes a reluctant return to his small Texas hometown. However, his homecoming is quickly up-ended when he receives a message from the Universe: he's the last of the 36 righteous souls on Earth. Now he has a new mission: lead a selfless life helping others so that he can find and anoint a new generation of righteous, restoring balance to the world.
A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Jason Ritter starred on NBC's critically acclaimed Parenthood as Lauren Graham's love interest. This role earned him an Emmy nomination. He can currently be seen recurring on Amazon's Goliath with Billy Bob Thornton. He will next be seen in National Geographic's The Long Road Home and season three of Comedy Central's Another Period. Ritter has also starred in HBO's Girls, Comedy Central's Drunk History, and was the voice of Dipper Pines in Disney's Gravity Falls.
His recent film credits include Bitch, which premiered at Sundance, Carrie Pilby, The Intervention, Embers and The Meddler, with Susan Sarandon and Rose Byrne.
Ritter's other television credits include series regular roles on The Event, The Class and Joan of Arcadia. His other film credits include We'll Never Have Paris, Seven Minutes, Hits, You're Not You, Good Dick, Wild Canaries, The Education of Charlie Banks, Our Very Own, Happy Endings and Raise Your Voice.
Additionally, Ritter portrayed the roles of Colin and Ethan in the play The City of Conversation, for which he is nominated for an LA Theater award. Previously, Ritter played Charles in the Atlantic Theater Company's production of Ghost Stories: The Shawl & Prairie du Chien, a collection of short plays written by David Mamet.
Ritter currently resides in Los Angeles.