Kent Courtney as Terrence Mullen in the History Channel's
"Stealing Lincoln's Body"
Noted actor, author, and musician, Kent Courtney will make a personal appearance at the Fairfield, Pennsylvania, Civil War Reenactment to be held May 4, 5 and 6, 2012. The event is set in the Town of Fairfield, with the Fairfield Inn being at the geographic center of the event. There are multiple locations where living history settings will interpret life in the mid-1800s as well as a field where the battle reenactment will take place.
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Kent Courtney frequently appears on The History Channel, and he has been heard and seen on: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, BBC, Good Morning America, PBS, The Travel Channel, CNN, C-SPAN and National Public Radio.
Kent Courtney is currently appearing in The History Channel's Stealing Lincoln's Body, as Terrence Mullen, one of the conspirators, who in 1876 tried to take Abraham Lincoln's Body out of his Mausoleum in Springfield, Illinois, and hold it for ransom.
Kent Courtney has toured throughout these United States, Canada, Mexico and Belize and is internationally known for his expertise on music of the 1800's and the historical genres leading up to that era, especially the Renaissance.
Kent's interpretations of Irish, Scottish, English, Nordic and French Folk Music are well-appreciated by Fair and Festival audiences and by means of his multi-media and recorded work. His CDs are standards at National Parks and museums throughout the country.
His recording of "Wait for the Wagon" made the top ten downloads list of the Folk Music genre.
Kent Courtney’s live shows are more than just entertainment. In a dramatic format, he relates the history of the era and the music he performs. People come away from his performances feeling enlightened, educated and entertained.