Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Ken Jeong

Photo from @kenjeong
 
Ken Jeong may play goofy, crazy characters like Senor Chang on Community (a show I love!) and Mr. Chow on the three Hangover movies, but he's an accomplished comedic actor and a licensed physician in California. In fact, his film debut was playing a doctor in Knocked Up. You can catch Jeong in theaters now as the hilarious Mr. Chow in the recently released movie Hangover Part III and as Johnny Wu in Michael Bay's Pain and Gain.

What is Ken Jeong's favorite book?

In the June 3, 2013 issue of Us Weekly, Ken says, "My favorite basketball player is Michael Jordan and my top book is Phil Jackson's Sacred Hoops."

Great pick!

You can follow Ken on Twitter.

7 comments:

E.J. Wesley said...

Truly love his work and humor style. He plays a pretty awesome jerk! :D

Jemi Fraser said...

I've been hearing about that book on the sports round ups - great choice! :)

DEZMOND said...

I have not heard of him but it is highly interesting that he is both a doctor and an actor! Bravo to him!

Martina at Adventures in YA Publishing said...

Definitely not a favorite book I would have guessed for him. Thanks for sharing.

Christina Lee said...

Just seeing his name makes me smile. I've heard about that book!!

C. Lee McKenzie said...

Quite a multi-talent you've featured here.

Anita said...

A licensed physician? I had no clue. Thanks for do the research!