Photos with Ken Lally
Ken Lally is the son of a spy and a child of the cold war. His father was recruited by the N.S.A. as a teen, served in China and Berlin, where he met Ken's mother. His Father raised him to follow in his footsteps, but Ken's first love was Shakespeare. Recently he tackled the hardest role of his career, playing "Macbeth" in Las Vegas where he performed in front of more than 3,000 people a night for the very successful, and critically acclaimed month long run. Read more... NYC at the National Shakespeare Conservatory and the London Classic Theatre School. In LA he trained for film and T.V. under master coach, Cameron Thor. Ken also has a B.A. in Theatre from St. Lawrence University. Ken has been in dozens of plays in London, NYC and LA, but his two favorite roles were on TV: the first on "General Hospital", where he played "Greg", a mob accountant for the shows resident gangster, "Sonny Corinthos", the second on ""Heroes", where he played a notorious super villain known only as "The German". For most of his life, Ken's love of Shakespeare has been the driving force behind his success as an actor. His life long love of martial arts took him to Benny The Jet Urquidez's 'Jet's Gym', 17 years ago; where he fine tuned his action and fight skills under the 5 time world champion--and action legend's--watchful eye. Ken still spends his off days training, fighting and fencing with former Jet's gym team mates and a local sword master.