Ken Waters

About Ken Waters

Who is it?: Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Assistant Director
Birth Day: August 19, 1923
Birth Place:  New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States
Birth Sign: Virgo
Batting average: .231
Home runs: 11
RBI: 58

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Ken Waters was born on August 19, 1923 in  New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States, is Actor, Miscellaneous Crew, Assistant Director. Born August 23, 1969, in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Son of Carol and Ken VerCammen with one older sister Colleen who is married and now bears the last name Chiron. He attended Holy Family-Holy Name Elementary School and Bishop Stang High School. He attended AIC for two semesters then moved to South Florida where he attended PBCC. He left college to open, and operate Dream Romm Incorporated while pursuing his acting career.After landing roles including but not limited to "T's Lounge Show," Harmony Street (1992) and Creep (1995), he took the advice of his friends and peers to head West. At the age of 28, he made the move to Los Angeles. He is employed as a Private Investigator while in between acting jobs. In Los Angeles, he has been booked as Todd on the The Bold and the Beautiful (1987) and Agent Harland on Robbery Homicide Division (2002) is another of his recent credits. He also made his debut on the big screen in the motion picture Shrink Rap (2003). Ken VerCammen has written the screenplays "Runaway Weekend", "Full Circle", and your "Your Time is Up".
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Walters was born in 1933 in Fresno, California. Signed as an amateur free agent by the Detroit Tigers in 1952, he began his minor league career that year, with the Jamestown Falcons. In 125 games, he hit .273 with three home runs and 32 doubles. He played with Jamestown in 1953 as well, hitting .320 with 13 home runs in 122 games.


Walters did not play in 1954 and 1955, however in 1956 he played for the Augusta Tigers and Charleston Senators, hitting a combined .251 with 20 home runs in 124 games. For the Birmingham Barons in 1957, he hit .275 with 17 home runs in 138 games, and in 1958 he hit .255 with eight home runs in 123 games for Charleston. He played for the Fort Worth Cats in 1959, hitting .291 with 21 home runs in 152 games. On December 5, 1959, he was traded to the Phillies with minor league Alex Cosmidis and Ted Lepcio for Chico Fernandez and Ray Semproch.


On April 12, 1960, he made his big league debut. In his first game – which was against the Cincinnati Reds – he went 1-for-3, singling in his first big league at-bat. Overall that season, he hit .239 with eight home runs in 124 games. In 426 at-bats, he struck out 50 times and walked only 16 times. He was on the Phillies' bench in 1961, hitting .228 with two home runs in 180 at-bats over 86 games.


He was purchased by Cincinnati from the Phillies on February 9, 1962. He spent all of that season in the minors, hitting .300 with 22 home runs, 43 doubles, six triples and 96 RBI in 152 games for the San Diego Padres. Back in the big leagues in 1963, he appeared in only 49 games for the Reds, hitting .187 in 75 at-bats. He played his final big league game on September 29, 1963.


Although his big league career was over after 1963, his minor league career continued until 1965. He played for the minor league San Diego Padres in both 1964 and 1965, hitting .263 with 16 home runs in the former season and .227 with nine home runs in the latter.


Walters died in San Ramon, California on January 26, 2010.