Ken Howard

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Biography

  • Birth Name: Kenneth Joseph Howard Jr.
  • Birth Place: El Centro, CA
  • Profession: Actor; writer; producer; voiceover artist; college instructor; restaurateur
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Ken Howard Fast Facts:
  • Was the only white starter his senior year on the Manhasset High School basketball team and was nicknamed "The White Shadow."
  • Sang in an a capella group called the Zumbyes at Amherst College.
  • Once married to advice columnist Ann Landers' daughter, Margo.
  • On Broadway, played a gym teacher at a Catholic boys' school in Child's Play; on TV, played a gym teacher-basketball coach on The White Shadow.
  • Taught Acting and Oral Argument at Harvard in 1986.
  • Has appeared on ESPN promos with Byron Stewart, who costarred as Coolidge on The White Shadow.
  • Had a kidney transplant in 2000.
  • Wife Linda Fetters is a retired stuntwoman.
  • Has lent his voice to more than 30 books on tape.
  • Participates in the Hollywood Poker Celebrity Classic.
  • Owns two restaurants in the Boston area.
  • Ken Howard Relationships:
  • Louise Sorel - Ex-wife
  • Margo Coleman Howard - Ex-wife
  • Martha McDonald Carey - Mother
  • Linda Fetters - Wife
  • Kenneth Joseph Howard Sr. - Father
  • Don Howard - Brother
  • Ken Howard Awards:
  • 2009 Emmy: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie - Winner
  • 1970 Tony: Actor, Supporting or Featured (Dramatic) - Winner
  • College:
  • Amherst College, Amherst, MA (1966); attended Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT

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