KEN MARINO began his career as a member of the sketch comedy troupe The State
and appeared on their
MTV television show The State. Since then he has worked extensively in both film
and television. His
credits include: The Millers, In a World, Marry Me, Children's Hospital,
Veronica Mars, Men Behaving
Badly, Reaper and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Ken appeared as "Victor Pulak" in Wet Hot American Summer and its revivals on
Netflix. He also starred
as "Ron Donald" in Starz's Party Down and as Mark Orlando in the Yahoo web
series "Burning Love"
created by his wife, screenwriter Erica Oyama. Ken directed the series and
served as executive producer
as well. His work as a multi-hyphenate: actor, writer and producer includes
features with fellow The
State member David Wain on Wanderlust, Role Models and The Ten.
In 2017 Ken made his directorial debut with Lionsgate's How to Be a Latin Lover
starring Eugenio Derbez,
Salma Hayek and Rob Lowe.
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