Ken Hudson Campbell biography, Age, Career and family

Kenneth Hudson Campbell (born June 5, 1962) is a 60 years old an American born television and voice actor.

Campbell attended York Community High School in Elmhurst, Illinois, Southern Illinois University Carbondale and Columbia College Chicago. He began training in improvisation at the Players Worksop of The Second City in 1983. He then performed with the comedy group Contents Under Pressure before joining The Second City, performing with its National Touring Company. He then became a member of the Resident Company of the Northwest and E.T.C. companies, before moving to Hollywood.

Career

When a member of The Second City, Campbell played a Santa impersonator in Home Alone. He then played “Animal” for three years on the Fox television series Herman’s Head. He was Buckman in the 1996 submarine comedy film Down Periscope. Campbell appeared in the Seinfeld episode “The Seven”, where he played Ken, the husband of Susan’s first cousin, Carrie. He played “Bruce”, the owner of a bookstore in the 1997 Disney Channel Original Movie Under Wraps. He appeared as oil driller Max Lennert in the film Armageddon, and as the “Man in Hall” in Groundhog Day. Campbell was the voice of Baby Bob in the CBS television series Baby Bob and commercial campaigns for Free Internet.com and Quiznos.

Campbell was the voice of the beaver Gordon along with Norm Macdonald in Canadian Bell Mobility phone commercials and served as one of the imaging voices for Cleveland adult hits station WHLK “106.5 The Lake.” He is presently the primary voice heard on KYOT radio in Phoenix, Arizona.

He voiced the bear, Boomer, in the film Wonder Park (2019).

Ken Hudson Campbell

Ken Hudson Campbell net worth: Ken Hudson Campbell is an American actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Ken Hudson Campbell was born in June 1962.

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