Originally a trained singer, Kercheval quickly emerged as a versatile actor and singer. He was featured in such Broadway productions as Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, The Apple Tree, Father's Day and Who's Happy Now.
Kercheval, who has co-starred in the feature films F.I.S.T., Network, Pretty Poison and The Seven-Ups, has guest starred in a variety of television series. He appeared on Kojak, Family, Rafferty, and The Defenders and recently, The New Mike Hammer. He also starred in the telefilms Judge Horton and the Scottsboro Boys, Something in the Air, The Patricia Neal Story, Calamity Jane and The Coming Asunder of Jimmy Bright for the Public Broadcasting Service.
Kercheval, an ardent antique collector, boasts one the finest collections in the country of early American glass. He also collects regional art of the 1930s and classic Packard automobiles.
He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Ava and their children Aaron, Caleb and Liza.
Ken Kercheval Facts
|Birthday||July 15, 1935 (81)|
|Birthplace||Wolcottville, Indiana, USA|
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