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Overview (3)

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA
Birth NameKenneth John VerCammen
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Born August 23, 1969, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Son of Carol and Ken VerCammen with one older sister Colleen who is married and now bears the last name Chiron. He attended Holy Family-Holy Name Elementary School and Bishop Stang High School. He attended AIC for two semesters then moved to South Florida where he attended PBCC. He left college to open, and operate Dream Romm Incorporated while pursuing his acting career.

After landing roles including but not limited to "T's Lounge Show," Harmony Street (1992) and Creep (1995), he took the advice of his friends and peers to head West. At the age of 28, he made the move to Los Angeles. He is employed as a Private Investigator while in between acting jobs. In Los Angeles, he has been booked as Todd on the The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) and Agent Harland on Robbery Homicide Division (2002) is another of his recent credits. He also made his debut on the big screen in the motion picture Shrink Rap (2003). Ken VerCammen has written the screenplays "Runaway Weekend", "Full Circle", and your "Your Time is Up".

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ken VerCammen

Ken VerCammen was born in a small New England town and new at an early age that he wanted to act. At the age of twenty, he moved to South Florida to join the Burt Reynolds's Jupiter Dinner Theatre. A week after he made the move the school changed hands and he made other plans. While living in South Florida, he owned and operated Dream Room Incorporated while he pursued his acting career. In South Florida, he had multiple talent agents. He appeared on several episodes of the hit television show Wiseguy (1987) as a bartender and made appearances on numerous other television series such as South Beach (2006) and B.L. Stryker (1989). He appeared in Cape Fear (1991) and as a Valet in Folks! (1992). While in South Florida he landed larger roles in the motion picture Creep (1995) and the television series Harmony Street (1992). South Florida is known for commercials he also landed countless television commercials.

While in College, he majored in Dramatic Art and played the officer in William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night."

At the age of 28, he made the move to Los Angeles, California. In LA, some of his credits are including but not limited to Todd on The Bold and the Beautiful (1987), FBI agent in Michael Mann's Collateral (2004) and Malek the bartender on Charmed (1998).

Other industry credits include but also are not limited to 2nd Assistant Director on Alaska (2006) the AFI's Directing workshop for woman directed by Annetta Marion, 1st Assistant Director on the independent film Twist of Fate (2006), performed his own stunts on the television show Robbery Homicide Division (2002) and worked as a Scuba Grip on "Switchfoots" latest music video.

Ken VerCammen has written "Runaway Weekend," "Your Time IS UP" and "Full Circle."

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Trivia (15)

Was certified as an advanced, open water, swift diver at the age of 13.
First time on a set was while he lived in South Florida. He played a train station vendor in Burt Reynolds's B.L. Stryker (1989) television series.
Owns two pit-bull mixes that he rescued, one from the streets of South Central, Los Angeles, California, while working on a case, the other from a shelter.
Taught Shaolin Kempo and is trained in Kendo.
Was not cast as a regular; however, appeared in the trailer for the television show Angel (1999) for the first three seasons.
First job was as an Usher at Cinema 140.
His nationality is Portuguese, Irish and French-Canadian. He was born and raised in the United States.
Was cast in the independent film Shut Up and Shoot! (2006); however, his scene was deleted before it was ever filmed because of budgeting restrictions.
Born and raised in a small New England town located someplace between Cape Cod and Boston.
His major in college was Dramatic Art.
Was an altar boy and was voted most religious in 8th grade.
Graduated from a Catholic Grammar School and a Catholic High School.
Some of his favorite films include but are certainly not limited to King Kong (1933) (Merian C. Cooper); Spartacus (1960) (Stanley Kubrick); The Hustler (1961) (Robert Rossen); For a Few Dollars More (1965) (aka, For a Few Dollars More) (Sergio Leone); In the Heat of the Night (1967) (Norman Jewison); The Sting (1973) (George Roy Hill); Dog Day Afternoon (1975) (Sidney Lumet); Jaws (1975) (Steven Spielberg); The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) (Clint Eastwood); The Deer Hunter (1978) (Michael Cimino); Stand by Me (1986) (Rob Reiner); Tombstone (1993) (George P. Cosmatos); Braveheart (1995) (Mel Gibson); The Green Mile (1999) (Frank Darabont); The Matrix (1999) (The Wachowski Brothers); Gladiator (2000) (Ridley Scott); Men of Honor (2000) (George Tillman Jr.); Big Fish (2003) (Tim Burton); 300 (2006) (Zack Snyder); Rocky Balboa (2006) (Sylvester Stallone).
Some of his favorite authors are William Shakespeare, Herman Melville and Aristotle.
Resides in Los Angeles , California. [November 2004]

Personal Quotes (3)

Another day in the life!
Welcome to the Journey!
How ya gonna win if you stop playing?

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