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Overview (2)

Born in Du Quoin, Illinois, USA
Birth NameKenneth Charles Swofford

Mini Bio (1)

Ken Swofford was born on July 25, 1933 in Du Quoin, Illinois, USA as Kenneth Charles Swofford. He is an actor, known for Annie (1982), The Andromeda Strain (1971) and Black Roses (1988). He has been married to Barbara A. Biggs since 1958. They have five children.

Spouse (1)

Barbara A. Biggs (1958 - present) (5 children)

Trivia (6)

Ruddy, red-haired, burly-framed American character actor of the 60s and 70s often as a brash blue-collar or volatile villain. Later had tragic problems with alcohol. Narrated a documentary on the dangers of drinking and driving in his later years.
Retired from all film and TV work
Ken's first animated feature film was "Recess: School's Out". The show creator's Paul Germain and Joe Ansolabehere asked producer and Ken's son Stephen Swofford if Ken would consider voicing the Coach role.
Ken Swofford has been married over 50 years to Barbee (yes - Barbee & Ken) and now lives in Pacific Grove, CA.
Ken Swofford came out of retirement to voice the character Officer White in the critically acclaimed animated feature "Teacher's Pet" (2004) for his son, Producer Stephen Swofford.
Shares the same first and middle name of Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell/Leave it to Beaver).

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