Kevin Scott Nash made his debut in the 1991 American superhero film ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze’ where he played the role of ‘The Shredder.’ The film opened to mixed reviews and was a commercial success, grossing over $78.7 million against a budget of $25 million. In 1992, he made his first television appearance in the Episode: "The Old House of Mayan" of the science fiction action/adventure television series ‘Swamp Thing.’ That same year, he also appeared in 2 episodes of the American action-adventure TV series ‘Super Force’ created by James J. McNamara. In 2004, he portrayed ‘The Russian’ in the American vigilante action film ‘The Punisher’ directed by Jonathan Hensleigh. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, gaining an approval rating of 29% on Rotten Tomatoes. The following year, he was seen in the American sports comedy film ‘The Longest Yard’ directed by Peter Segal. The film received mixed reviews from critics and was a major financial success, grossing over $191.5 million on a budget of $90 million.
In 2006, he starred as ‘Bass Armstrong’ in the Corey Yuen-directed martial arts action film ‘DOA: Dead or Alive.’ The film was panned by critics and was a box office bomb. He next appeared in films like ‘River of Darkness’ (2011), ‘Almighty Thor’ (2011), ‘Monster Brawl’ (2011), ‘The Association’ (2012), ‘Rock of Ages’ (2012), ‘Magic Mike’ (2012), and ‘The Newest Pledge’ (2012). The year 2014 saw the release of the American neo-noir action thriller film ‘John Wick’ where Nash played the role of ‘Francis.’ The film garnered praise from critics and did decent business at the box office. In 2015, he appeared in the American comedy-drama film ‘Magic Mike XXL’ directed by Gregory Jacobs. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and was a massive commercial success, earning over $122.5 million against a budget of $14.8 million. Nash was last seen in the 2022 American comedy-drama road film ‘Dog’ directed by Channing Tatum and Reid Carolin. The film earned praise from critics and grossed over $33.1 million on a budget of $15 million.