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|Born||Kenneth Ray Horstmann
April 10, 1971
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Ken graduated from Mount Paran Christian School in (1990). He began his career at Turner Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia as a tape operator. Eventually, this led him to directing commercials and television series. He has directed numerous music videos, namely for Family Force 5. The video for "Never Let Me Go" was nominated for a 2008 GMA Dove Award.
Television and Film
His television series credits for Cartoon Network include Fridays, Fried Dynamite, and "The Break" (premiering in 2009). He also directs "Vital Signs" for CNN International, hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
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