Ken Farmer has been a member of Screen Actor's Guild and a professional actor for over 40 years. With a degree in Speech and Drama, over 260 commercials, 50 TV shows & MOW's, 15 Features and only God knows how many industrials, Ken has authored the most exciting, easy to understand and actually logical approach to acting to come along in the last century. Acting is Storytelling is the definitive approach to Organic Acting.
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Ken Farmer – After proudly serving his country as a US Marine, Ken attended Stephen F. Austin State University on a full football scholarship, receiving his Bachelors Degree in Business and Speech & Drama. Ken quickly discovered his love for acting when he starred as a cowboy in a Dairy Queen commercial when he was raising Beefmaster cattle and Quarter Horses at his ranch in East Texas. Ken has over 40 years as a professional actor, with memorable roles Silverado, Friday Night Lights, The Newton Boys, Uncommon Valor and recurring roles on Dallas, Walker, Texas Ranger and General Hospital. He was the OC and VO spokesman for Wolf Brand Chili for eight years and quit counting commercials at 260. Ken was a professional and celebrity Team Penner for over twenty years and participated in the Ben Johnson Pro-Celebrity Rodeos until Ben’s death in ‘96. Ken now lives near Gainesville, TX, where he continues to write and direct quality award winning films like Rockabilly Baby, coach acting in his PAG (Professional Actor Group) once a week and write novels. He and his writing partner, Buck Stienke have released five novels in the last 12 month. Four novels in the Black Eagle Force series (all in Amazon's Best Seller lists) and a historical fiction western, The Nations.
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Descrizione libro Timber Creek Productions, LLC, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 288 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.72 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0984882022