Ken Kercheval was born on July 15, 1935, in Wolcottville, Indiana, and died on April 21, 2019.
He was an American actor.
Ken Kercheval was popularly known for his role as Cliff Barnes on the television series Dallas.
The show had a revival, in 2012.
His dad was Marine “Doc” Kercheval, a nearby doctor, and the previous Christine Rieber, an enlisted medical caretaker.
Kercheval was brought up in Clinton, Indiana.
As a young person, he frequently was with his father in the working room and once put two joins in his sister Kate when she had an appendectomy.
He went to Indiana University, not to turn into a specialist but rather to study music and dramatization.
Kercheval later learned at the University of the Pacific and, beginning in 1956, at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City under Sanford Meisner.
In 1985, Kercheval turned into an accomplice in the Old Capital Popcorn Company.
The business flourished at first however the organization soured in 1988.
The budgetary issues and different clashes prompted a 1989 furnished frenzy and suicide on the Dallas set by one of the partners.
A deep-rooted smoker, Kercheval was a lung malignant growth survivor having had some portion of his lung expelled in 1994.
He had five youngsters from three relational unions, all of which finished in separation.
Starting in 2012, he had six grand kids.
Kercheval passed away due to pneumonia on April 21, 2019, at 83 years old.