Kevin Eli Howard was born July 18, 1991 and raised in the city of Fort Worth, Texas by a his single mother, Marie Howard. Howard is the middle child of six sisters and one brother. Howard graduated from Diamond Hill Jarvis High School in 2009 and attended Tarrant County College shortly after. After three years of studying at Tarrant County College, Howard decided to transfer to the University of North Texas in Denton in hopes to pursue his BA in Theatre. During his time in the theatre department, Howard auditioned for five of the universities productions and received callbacks from all five auditions, however, never casted. A year and a half later, due to personal reasons, Howard changed course in his educational pursue and decided to get his BA in Communication Performance studies. Since then Howard has been in two performance shows, two university showcases, two performance workshops, performed in a performance festival in Petite Jean, Arkansas, and tutor’s performance undergraduates. During his tie at UNT Howard became a part of a fraternity on campus called Sigma Nu. Howard has held three positions in this fraternity which sparked his passion to not only lead, but to teach. Howard is now a senior at UNT and is expected to graduate and receive a secondary education certificate in May 2017. Howard enjoys performance, writing and reciting poetry, singing, and playing basketball, and spending time with his girlfriend.