Ken Mok

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Ken Mok is a television producer, and also the founder and president of 10x10 Entertainment, a production company which produces television, film and alternative media. Among the television projects being produced under the 10x10 banner are the CW network's top-rated reality series, America's Next Top Model, currently in its twentieth cycle; Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious, in its second cycle; VH1's Miss Rap Supreme; the 2nd season of ego trip's The (White) Rapper Show; the CW's "Stylista" a Devil Wears Prada-esque reality competition and the debut of reality show The Shot which focuses on the glamorous world of fashion photography. Mok is also the creator of the MTV series Making the Band which is in its fourth season, as well as WWE Tough Enough, a show that is now part of the WWE line-up.

In its past, 10x10 has produced Made in the USA, a reality series for the USA Network; Who's Your Daddy, a reality series for Fox; and Kitchen Makeover, a magazine show for HGTV. In addition to television, Mok produced the major motion picture Invincible starring Mark Wahlberg.[citation needed]

Career as producer[edit]

Career as director[edit]

  • "T.H.E.M." (2004) TV Series

References[edit]

http://us_asians.tripod.com/articles-ken-mok.html

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