American actor, Ken Swofford, Died at 85


died at 85

Kenneth Charles “Ken” Swofford was born on July 25, 1933, and died on November 1, 2018.

He was an American film and television actor often cast as villains or policemen.

Somewhere in the range of 1962 and 1995, Swofford’s film credits included Thelma and Louise, Skyjacked, Black Roses and The Andromeda Strain, while his TV profession amid a similar period was productive.

Swofford showed up on such TV arrangement as Fame, Switch, The Oregon Trail, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, Murder, She Wrote, and as a cast individual from the puzzle arrangement Ellery Queen.

Ken Swofford met and wedded Barbee Biggs in summer stock in 1958; the couple have a few kids.

In a Los Angeles Times meet in 1985 titled “Medically introverted Youth Thrives in Large, Loving Family”, the Swofford examined raising their mentally unbalanced child Brendan at home.

Swofford passed away at 85 years old.

His death was announced by his grandson Brandon on Twitter.

One Reply to “American actor, Ken Swofford, Died at 85”

  • Mr. Swofford was a familiar and welcome addition to many shows and movies I have watched. He was a real pro and I hope a wonderful father. His work and career are noticed. I mourn his passing although I learned of only today. Enjoy happy lives and remember your father always.


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