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Ken Foree

Interview with Ken Foree

Actor Ken Foree who played Peter in the original Dawn of the Dead recently visited Swindon for an in-store signing. Listen to our interview.


Zombie movies are back in fashion with 28 Days Later, Shaun of the Dead and the remake of Dawn of the Dead doing well at the box office.

One of the stars of the original Dawn of the Dead movie - Ken Foree visited Swindon recently for an in-store signing session at movie memorabilia store Infinitely Better.

Gunnar Hanson, Doug Bradley and Ken Foree
Gunnar Hanson, Doug and Ken Foree

Ken arrived with two fellow horror movie icons - Doug Bradley who has played Pinhead in eight Hellraiser movies and Gunnar Hansen who terrorised the teenagers as Leatherface in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre film.

BBC Wiltshire's Daniel Garrett who is an avowed horror movie buff spoke to Ken about the appeal of zombie films, how he felt about making a cameo in the Dawn of the Dead remake and what he enjoys about meeting the many fans of the film.

Click the link on the right to listen to the interview in streaming Real Audio.

last updated: 26/11/04
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ryan coulson
ken is a class actor in dawn of the dead he makes it speacil.

ryan coulson
i think that ken is great an i hope he comes and visits newcastle please come along

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