Ken is forty-seven and originally from Brooklyn, New York. He has been pursuing acting for nine years. He trained at Los Angeles City College, West Coast Ensemble, and Odyssey Theatre, as well as in various workshops. His theatre credits include A Midsummer Night's Dream and Troilus and Cressida, both at the Globe Theatre. His film credits include Night Falls on Manhattan, Mrs. Winterbourne, and The Preacher's Wife. Ken's television credits include Central Park West, New York Undercover, and recurring roles on General Hospital and Port Charles. He appeared on a CD-ROM called Turning Back the Clock. He has also lent his voice to many educational radio workshops at WNYC. Ken received the Eastman Kodak International Amateur Film Award for producing and directing the short film Ivory.
When I was a kid I was a major film freak, and I still am. I would see movies on television and recreate them the next day in the schoolyard. My first acting experience came when I attended Brooklyn Technical High School. I was going to be an engineer, but I got bored with it. I realized I was more of an artist than an engineer. I loved science, but