With nearly 30 years of acting industry experience, Ken Dohse's credits include stage plays, musicals, small-screen, television commercials, television programs, web-series and feature films. He began his acting career in his high-school theatre in Salem, Wisconsin, a small town nestled in the woods just an hour north of Chicago. It was there he was cast as Charlie Brown in "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown", Ivan Ilyitch Cherdyakov in "The Good Doctor" by Neil Simon, and Manuelo Costazuella in "The Female Version of the Odd Couple" and sang and danced for three years in show choir. After high school, he studied acting and modeling in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois. After auditioning for a role on NBC's Unsolved Mysteries in 1988, he was cast and thus the acting bug stuck! However, knowing the importance of a college education, Ken studied theatre and communications at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he starred in plays and musicals such as "The Mouse

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