Ken Jenkins (born August 28, 1940) is an American actor, best known for his role as Dr. Bob Kelso, the Chief of Medicine on the American comedy . Scrubs
Biography [ edit ]
In 1969, he joined
Actors Theatre of Louisville under the leadership of Jon Jory where he served as a company member for three years. This institution has produced playwrights such as Beth Henley and Marsha Norman. Jenkins previously appeared on the series Adult Math, as well as episodes of , Homefront (episode "Medusa", season 8), The X-Files , Babylon 5 , the Season three premiere episode of Evolution , Star Trek: The Next Generation , and Wiseguy (episode "Deadline", season 3), and Early Edition as Dr. Kelso. Scrubs [2 ]
He has appeared in the films
, Executive Decision , The Abyss , Air America , Last Man Standing , Fled , Gone in 60 Seconds , I Am Sam , The Sum of All Fears , Matewan and the Courage Under Fire 1998 remake of . He appeared as the father of Fran Goldsmith in Psycho Stephen King's TV miniseries, . Jenkins also had a role in The Stand . Clockstoppers [2 ]
Jenkins can sing and play the acoustic guitar, and is seen doing so on the
Scrubs episodes " My Tuscaloosa Heart" and " My Musical".
Jenkins also has a recurring role on
since October 27, 2010, as the father of Jules (played by Cougar Town Courteney Cox). Jenkins also appears in [2 ] The Blanks' music video for "Guy Love" as the owner of an L.A. bar.
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