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. The comedy series is about a secret society that has been working to control world events since 1347. 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.