Actor, playwright, and screenwriter from Poultney, Vermont
Ken Holmes was born in Teaneck, New Jersey, but his family moved to Vermont when he was 3. Ken always had a passion for performing. In first grade, he would act out in front of his classmates pretending to be several characters, including a ... more
Ken Holmes was born in Teaneck, New Jersey, but his family moved to Vermont when he was 3. Ken always had a passion for performing. In first grade, he would act out in front of his classmates pretending to be several characters, including a fundamentalist preacher who warned the kids of an impending apocalypse. He would later be home-schooled, but his love of acting continued. Ken spent long hours as a child in his room taping pseudo radio programs on his tape recorder, where countless characters (all of whom he would do the voices for) dropped by to be interviewed. He also acted in a couple home-school plays. When he was 12, Ken landed a role as Robin in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" at Castleton State College in Vermont. It was this experience that made him realize that performance and a career in the arts was what he wanted to do with his life. In 2006, he spent a semester abroad in London where he went to a play nearly every night, sometimes seeing several in one day. The following year, he attended Castleton State College where he studied Theatre with a concentration in Acting and Directing and a minor in Writing. Ken graduated from CSC cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. Since graduating, Ken has been going stronger than ever, acting in films and plays, as well as writing.
- Poultney, Vermont
Actor, Playwright, and Screenwriter
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- Castleton State College Academic Excellence in Theatre Arts Award (2009)
- Alpha Psi Omega Best Actor Award (2007)
- Gender: Male
- Height: 6'
- Weight: 160 lbs.
- Body type: Slim
- Hair: Medium, Brown
- Eyes: Brown
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Castleton State College (Castleton, VT) (2006-2009)