Ken Segal is a 1982 graduate of Delaware Valley High School. Ever since he can remember he has had a fascination with the nuts and bolts of television and motion picture production. According to Ken, he was encouraged by DV teachers James Burnett, Judith Hess, Jack Callenberg, William Webster and the late Richard Staffieri, who allowed him to explore his growing interest in movies and the craft of creating them. Ken earned a degree in Film Production from Penn State University. His senior film project, which he co-produced and co-edited, and for which he did the sound mixing, won top honors. Upon graduation, Ken moved to the Hollywood/Los Angeles area, working in low-budget films, gaining experience, and eventually progressing to mainline independent features and major television programs. He is a 24-year member of the International Alliance of Theater Stage Employees (IATSE). Among his many credits, Ken was production sound mixer for the popular Malcolm in the Middle television series and sound mixer for Monk and forty-eight other television shows and series. Among his more than 37 movie credits as sound mixer and/or sound production mixer are Reservoir Dogs, Devil in a Blue Dress, and I Love You, Man. Through his still very active career, Ken has worked with such distinguished directors as Quentin Tarantino and Carl Franklin and major talents as Denzel Washington, Harvey Keitel, Bill Paxton, Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Shalhoub, and Frankie Muniz. Ken is featured prominently on the Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB).