Ken Hudson Campbell

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Ken Hudson Campbell
Born (1962-06-05) June 5, 1962 (age 57)
OccupationActor, voice actor

Kenneth Hudson Campbell (born June 5, 1962) is an American television and voice actor.

Early life[edit]

Campbell attended York High School in Elmhurst, Illinois.


Campbell played the man in the Santa suit in Home Alone and played "Animal" on the experimental Fox TV series Herman's Head, as well as Buckman in the 1996 submarine comedy film Down Periscope. He appeared in the Seinfeld episode "The Seven", where he played Ken, the husband of Susan's first cousin, Carrie, and he played "Bruce", the owner of an ominous bookstore in the 1997 Disney Channel Original Movie Under Wraps. He appeared as oil driller Max Lennert in the film Armageddon, as the nice man in the hall in Groundhog Day, and was also the voice of Baby Bob in the series Baby Bob and a series of Quiznos commercials that first aired in 2005.

Campbell was the voice of the beaver Gordon in the Canadian Bell Mobility phone commercials and now serves as one of the imaging voices for Cleveland, Ohio adult hits station WHLK "106.5 The Lake."

He voiced the bear, Boomer, in the film Wonder Park (2019).

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