Ken Jeong will use his real life medical training to create a new sitcom
We know Ken Jeong for his hilarious roles in both “The Hangover” films and on the “Community” sitcom. Now Jeong, who is a licensed physician, will utilize his medical background as the co-executive producer and star of “Dr. Ken,” a proposed new NBC comedy — inspired by his own real life, before Hollywood discovered him.
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