Jonathan Joss

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Jonathan Joss
Born 1965
San Antonio, Texas

Jonathan Joss (born 1965) is an American actor. He is best known for portraying the voice of John Redcorn from season 2 to 13 of the animated series King of the Hill, and for his recurring role as Chief Ken Hotate in Parks and Recreation.

Born in San Antonio, Texas, Joss is of Spanish, Comanche and White Mountain Apache descent.[1] He attended McCollum High School alongside independent filmmaker and best friend Mark A. Watson, where they studied both Drama and Choir, and worked together on such theatrical plays together such as El Gallo. He enrolled at Texas State University–San Marcos (then Southwest Texas State University) but left before graduating. Joss later attended San Antonio College, before graduating from Our Lady of the Lake University with a degree in Theater and Speech.[2]

Joss is also a musician, and performs as part of the Red Corn Band, an alternative blues group which has won a Native American Grammy.[3]

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