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Ken Bahn (born Kenneth Mark Bhan) was born in Washington DC and grew up in Annapolis, Maryland where he was identified as a talented and gifted student with an above average IQ. During High school he was accepted into a special military program and attended the United States Naval Academy for three consecutive years preparing him to be an engineer on a nuclear submarine.

Ken studied Classical Physics, Quantum Physics, Advanced Mathematics, Engineering, Chemistry, Astronomy, Biology and Forensic Geology at the United States Naval Academy during this period.

After graduating High school Ken passed all the requisite exams to be admitted to the Naval Academy as an Undergraduate, however, he did not pass the eye test and began pursuing the arts. Ken auditioned for Floyd King from the Royal Shakespeare Company was awarded a scholarship to study and train at the British American Drama Academy at Balliol College, Oxford, in Great Britain. Ken trained with John Barton, Gary Sinese, Sir Derek Jacobi, Fiona Shaw and Kathleen Turner. Ken later returned to the USA and graduated with a BFA in Acting from Howard University, Washington, DC & Balliol College, Oxford, UK. Ken also minored in Directing and upon graduating received LASIK eye surgery, and now boosts better than perfect vision. Had LASIK been available earlier, Ken may have become a naval officer.

Ken joined SAG/AFTRA in 2000 with a recurring role on the "Young Americans" on the WB Network. Also while in college he played a taxi driver on "Sex & the City" giving Sarah Jessica Parker and Bridget Monayan a cab ride in the episode "Running with Scissors" Directed by Dennis Erdman and began his stunt driving career. Ken has costarred with Kelsey Grammer, Fred Willard and Patricia Heaton and Director, James Burrows for a season on "Back to You" which was produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television. Ken worked with Erika Christensen and opposite Tim Roth on "Lie to Me" as the Cube Technician in Episode: "The Core of It" Directed by Daniel Sackheim, also from Fox Television. Ken booked another doctor role in "The Good Doctor" alongside fellow resident doctor, Orlando Bloom directed by Lance Daly which was accepted into the Tribeca Film Festival. Ken has appeared on "Desperate Housewives," "How I Met Your Mother," "The Sopranos," "Madigan Men" and the "The Wire" which was filmed in his home state of Maryland.

Ken has started a VLOG about cars, life and stunt driving entitled "Driving Me Wild" with multiple episodes available on YouTube and other social media platforms. Ken has a unique ability to be able to "drift" or "skid" a car around any turn with perfect precision and accuracy while maintaining proper control of the vehicle. You can see several "car drifting examples" at www.DrivingMeWild.com and Ken also teaches people the art of car drifting. Although drifting cars may seem controversial, Ken's perspective is rooted in safety and ultimate car control. In Finland, all drivers must complete a 360 degree spin in a manual transmission car in order to receive their drivers license. Ken feels that if everyone in the US also learned this technique, there would be fewer car accidents. Ken says "a good driver is a safe driver" and leads by example with a perfect driving record for over a decade... Which means no tickets or moving violations. Ken's motto is "Love Your Car, Evolve Your Car" and encourages everyone to get a car they love.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Facé

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