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  1. www.imdb.com › name › nm0139393Ken Carpenter - IMDb

    Actor: Bad Fish. Ken Carpenter was raised in Saratoga Wyoming. His Father passed away shortly after he was born. He and his two brothers spent their early years on their Grandfathers guest ranch on the banks of the Platte River. His school teacher Mother taught her three boys in the local school.

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  2. Actor: Bad Fish. Ken Carpenter was raised in Saratoga Wyoming. His Father passed away shortly after he was born. He and his two brothers spent their early years on their Grandfathers guest ranch on the banks of the Platte River. His school teacher Mother taught her three boys in the local school.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0139392Ken Carpenter - IMDb

    Ken Carpenter was born on 21 August 1900 in Avon, Illinois, USA. He was an actor, known for Rhythm on the River (1940), Mystery Broadcast (1943) and Speaking of Animals at the County Fair (1942). He died on 16 October 1984 in Santa Monica, California, USA.

    • Actor
    • August 21, 1900
    • Ken Carpenter
    • October 16, 1984
  4. 5452. Source citation. Actor. Born in Avon, Illinois, he was best known for being the man with the golden voice, longtime TV and radio announcer. In 1929, he moved to Hollywood, became a staff announcer for KFI Radio and joined NBC Radio Networks in 1932. There he announced USC and UCLA football games for the Pacific Coast and the nation...

  5. Kenneth Lee Carpenter was a longtime TV and radio announcer, who was best known for being the announcer for singer and actor Bing Crosby for 27 years. Born in Avon, Illinois, Carpenter was the son of Barlow Carpenter, a Universalist minister, and Clara Carpenter.

  6. 1 Credit. Charlie Zahm: An Evening of Classic Melodies. See Ken Carpenter full list of movies and tv shows from their career. Find where to watch Ken Carpenter's latest movies and tv...

  7. Kenneth Lee Carpenter (August 21, 1900 – October 16, 1984) was a TV and radio announcer and sportscaster, who was the announcer for singer and actor Bing Crosby for 27 years.

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