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Kenneth Bradley Johnson

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Born in Puerto Rico one month before the Cuban missile crisis, Ken Johnson got his start in community theater performing with his dad at the tender age of 8. He attended the John Houseman’s Conservatory of Acting program at the University of Southern California and went on to a wild career in acting that was denoted by four national tours, two European tours, and more than 3,000 hours performing in the lead in Me and My Girl, 14 productions of West Side Story and 9 productions of The Will Rogers Follies. He is currently playing the role of Pastor Greg in Hand to God and was previously seen locally at the Laboratory Theater of Florida as Earl “Brother Boy” Ingram in Sordid Lives.

October 21, 2018.

 

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