On what concerns to actors, Ken always preferred women rather than men, though he was not a feminist, he did admired several women in art, music, cinema. His favorite male actor, I am sure I can say it was Tim Curry; his performances in Rocky Horror Picture Show and It were his favorites. Another male actor he admired was Anthony Perkins, especially his performance in Psycho, which he wrote an article about it and he also liked Harry Anderson, Chevy Chase and Michael Keaton. Ken always had a sort of fascination, attraction and admiration for what I call tragic divas, in either music, art or cinema. His favorite cinema’s tragic divas were Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland, but he also loved the fiercely and strong Bette Davies, Kathy Bates, Meryl Streep, Jamie Lee Curtis, and the Golden Age Hollywood’s Gloria Swanson and Joan Crawford. One actress he had a strong fascination about was the 1950’s Horror icon Maila Nurmi, because of her Vampira alter ego. He knew everything about Nurmi, I learned a lot of stories about Vampira role and Maila Nurmi from Ken. His favorite story about Vampira, I think it is how the rumor she had raised James Dean from the dead and took him to a Halloween party. Jessica Lange and Sandra Bullock were also among his favorites, he always liked telling the story of how Sandra Bullock worked as a waitress in a cafe near where he grew up in North Carolina before she became famous and that he spot her a couple of times. As for more contemporary and new generation artists, he liked Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Jessica Chastain, Emma Roberts and Billie Lourd. Many people these days admire Betty White, and Ken had a fondness for the Golden Girls star, he wrote a nice short article about her for Pop Expresso. Overall, Ken liked talented actors and they did not needed to be superstars.