Kevin is the first assistant director on the odd-numbered episodes. He is known as "Parksapedia" because of his encyclopedic knowledge of the show.
In 2010, he took part in the "Ride to Conquer Cancer" from Vancouver to Seattle in June. He did this in honor of Kim Manners. Kevin raised $10,293.92 He rode again in 2011 and raised $11,969.57, $15,155 in 2012, $14, 881 in 2013 and $16, 532 in 2015.
Kevin was the First Assistant Director on the final episode of Supernatural.
He received a gift from Warner Brothers celebrating his time on the show, and displayed it along with a collection of memorabilia from his time on the show.
- Supernatural From Script to Screen: First Assistant Director Kevin Parks
- Supernatural From Script to Screen: Director's Commentary on "Trial and Error" with Kevin Parks
- Jill MacLauchlan
- Kuma Blu
|Dates||???? - 2011 (killed by Virgil)|
|Location||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Occupation||First Assistant Director|
|Episode(s)||6.15 The French Mistake|
Kevin, as the assistant director, explains to Bob Singer their options concerning the window scene that Sam and Dean ruined by suddenly appearing in their alternate reality. Because of static, they will either have to reshoot the scene, which will take 95 minutes to set up, or they can use a freeze frame and fade to black just before the actors hit the window. To make up the time required to reshoot the scene, he says they'd have to "blow off the scene where they sit on the Impala and talk about their feelings." Bob, afraid of what the fans will say, decides to go with the freeze frame.
After Sam and Dean's altercation with Virgil, Kevin is on a conference call with Sera Gamble, Bob Singer, and Jim Michaels to discuss the situation. Later, when Virgil appears on the set and kills both Eric Kripke and Bob, Kevin hears the shots fired. He remarks to Lou Bollo that he didn't think they had gunfire scheduled that day just before Virgil enters the scene and shoots him in the back.