Ken Kercheval


Birth Name: Ken Kercheval
Born: 07/15/1935
Birth Place: Wolcottville, Indiana, USA

Before becoming such a delicious foil to primetime TV's favorite villain, Kercheval had enjoyed a successful stage career and had made modest inroads in TV and features. From the late 50s through the 70s, he made over 20 appearances on and off-Broadway. One of Kercheval's earliest New York engagements was in a 1959 revival of Sidney Kingsley's powerful "Dead End". He later acted in the likes of "A Man's a Man" (1962-63), "The Apple Tree" (1966), "Cabaret" (1966) and "Father's Day" (1971). One particular triumph came with his highly appropriate casting as Nick, the seemingly average, clean-cut new college professor, whose encounter with a vitriolic older faculty couple brings out the dark sid...

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