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Originally from Troy, Michigan and now living in Spain, Ken Appledorn has both American and Spanish citizenship as he has been working in Spanish television, film, and theatre for the past 15 years. He began working on the webseries Malviviendo, seen by over 100 million viewers across various platforms and eventually purchased by Turner Broadcasting. His role led to his own television series also directed by David Sainz, El Viaje de Peter McDowell, as well as various appearances in different Spanish television shows.
In 2013 he was awarded best supporting actor at the prestigious Malaga Film Festival for his role in the film Casting and in 2014 was nominated best Andalusian actor for his role in the film The Extraordinary Tale. That same year he played a series regular in TV series The Refugees the first coproduced series between Spanish production house Bambú and the BBC. And in 2018 he played the role of Bill Gallagher in the award winning Spanish series Arde Madrid, opposite Debi Mazar. In 2019 he filmed Rifkin´s Festival directed by Woody Allen, Malnazidos directed by Javier Ruiz Caldera and Alberto del Toro, La Listed directed by Alvaro Diaz Lorenzo, and is currently filming the series El Ultimo Show directed by Alex Rodrigo (Casa de Papel, El Embarcadero)
He is also traveling across Spain working with theatre/comedic troupe Los Morancos. And he´s a happy guy.