Ken Jeong

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  • Sunday, October 8 | 8:00PM
    Hard Rock Event Center

About Ken Jeong

Known for his scene stealing abilities, actor, producer, writer and comedian Ken Jeong has established himself as one of today’s top comedic stars. Since his feature film debut playing the doctor in “Knocked Up” in 2007, Jeong has gone on to create memorable roles on both TV and film.
Jeong can currently be seen as a panelist on “The Masked Singer,” the hit show that received an Emmy nomination in the category of “Outstanding Competition Program” in 2020. Jeong is also the host and executive producer of “I Can See Your Voice,” as well as a panelist on “The Masked Dancer.” We’re calling Wednesday “Kensday.” The actor can recently be seen in Mike Meyers’ Netflix limited series “The Pentaverate” alongside Meyers, Keegan-Michael Key, Debi Mazar, Richard McCabe, Lydia West and Jennifer Saunders. Jeong can also recently be seen in Will Arnett’s “Murderville,” Netflix’s new series where Arnett and his celebrity guests improvise their way through a murder investigation without a script.

Up next, Jeong will be seen in AppleTV+’s “The Afterparty” alongside Elizabeth Perkins, Zach Woods, Paul Walter Hauser, Poppy Liu, Anna Konkle, Jack Whitehall and Vivian Wu, as well as returning stars Tiffany Haddish, Sam Richardson and Zoë Chao.

Prior to headlining “Kensday” on FOX, Jeong starred on ABC’s “Dr. Ken”, where he was the creator, writer, and Executive Producer. He also was a series regular on the critically acclaimed NBC show “Community” from 2009 through 2015, which won the Critics' Choice Award for Best Comedy Series in 2012. In 2015, Jeong directed an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary Student Athlete, and he also starred in and produced the Sundance award-winning film “Advantegeous” which received an Independent Spirit Award nomination.

In addition to his work on “Dr. Ken” and “Community,” the actor can be seen on TV hits such as “The Office”, “Entourage”, and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” In 2008, Jeong had his first major film role opposite Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott as the villain in David Wain's “Role Models.” That same year he also appeared in the cult comedy hits “Pineapple Express” and “Step Brothers.” In May of 2009, Jeong appeared as the Asian-mobster “Mr. Chow” in the sleeper-hit comedy “The Hangover” also starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, which earned Jeong an MTV Movie Award in 2010, and in which the film itself won The Golden Globe for Best Comedy/Musical and Critics' Choice Award for “Best Comedy” in 2010. The film was the highest-grossing R-rated comedy to date, with over $467 million worldwide, only to be trumped by “The Hangover Part II,” which grossed $581 million worldwide. Jeong reprised his iconic role in “The Hangover Part III.” His other film credits include “Crazy Rich Asians,” “Ride Along 2,” “Transformers: Dark of The Moon,” “Couples Retreat,” “Goosebumps 2” and “Tom & Jerry” among a steady list of roles.

In February 2019, Jeong returned to his stand-up roots for his first-ever hit Netflix comedy special, “Ken Jeong: You Complete Me, Ho,” which earned him a People’s Choice nomination for “The Comedy Act of 2019.” Filmed at The Ice House Comedy Club in Pasadena, California, where Jeong first got his start in comedy, the special reflects on how he went from being a doctor to a comedy superstar. 

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