Kenneth Londoner, also credited as Ken Londoner, is an American actor. He began acting at the Youth Theatre Dadov where shared his love for the acting stage. There Londoner developed his talent which after a few years we are able to see on the television screens. After three years in Dadov, he enrolled in the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in New York in the class of Professor Ron Maston. In the same class, among others, were Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Italia Ricci and Caity Lotz.
The audience may remember Londoner for his role as Andrew Richards in the horror movie "Thinner". This role had considerable influence on the development of his career. "Theodore Rex", the movie title from 1995 may have been very popular with the public, but it was broadcast in prime time TV, in which you could also see young Kenneth. The movie starred Whoopie Goldberg and was directed and screenplayed by Jonathan R. Betuel. This movie was very popular with the younger audience.
A some time later, Kenneth Londoner starred in several other TV series projects.
In 2004 Kenneth’s starred in a new TV series called "Secret Lives". Londoner starred as Tim Seth, a first season regular. This role has delighted all audiences. With his acting talent he showed that in the future audience can expect great plays from him. He waited patiently for his five minutes of glory, and judging by the audience reactions, patience paid off.
Although in private life he was not very much into playing football, said that after having weeks spent in training the skills were obvious on the field. He had hard practicing to get to a certain level, although has no talent for this sport. Kenneth Londoner is very serious in business, both as a director and as an actor. In each character he enters meticulously, but agrees to compromise and agree on roles and duties.
Besides acting Ken Londoner is engaged in playing guitar and piano. At one time he had a band. He completed elementary music school, but the love of acting was crucial and brought him in front of the camera. He likes to play in musicals, and his first performance it was the musical Chicago.