Ken James has been part of the Australian entertainment landscape for decades. Starting with a meat pie, Ken became a household name when he won the role as Mark Hammond, the eldest son in the 1969 TV series Skippy.
Following the success of the bush kangaroo, Ken expanded his CV, playing an actor playing a cop in a make-believe police drama show, which itself was on a make-believe Channel 12, known as The Box by Crawford Productions. Over the years, his TV show credits piled-on, and he stepped into filmmaking and theatre performing.
At home, his other passion is food. Don’t call him a TV chef though – sure he may have shared the TV screen with Bert Newton and frying up the latest delicacy, but he just loves to cook a cuisine for his family and friends. Ken also is a firm supporter of the thin blue line, where for two decades, he was an unsworn police officer with the Victorian Police.
But I’ll let Ken James explain everything.