Have you ever wondered why some doctors hit your knee with that weird rubber mallet? It turns out, it’s actually a useful way of checking to make sure your nervous system is working as it should. These questions and more are answered by comedian and star of ABC’s ‘Dr. Ken,’ Ken Jeong and you’ll be surprised by his medical credentials.
Before Ken Jeong made us laugh in blockbusters like ‘The Hangover,’ he actually worked as a real-life doctor. After completing medical school, Dr. Ken completed his internal medicine residency at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans. He then worked as a doctor at Kaiser Permanente hospital in Woodland Hills, California.
Even with his busy career, he took time to moonlight in comedy clubs in New Orleans and quickly became a hit. He then moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of becoming a comedian and actor and the rest is history. In this series by Wired, Jeong answers medical questions on Twitter with solid medical knowledge and his trademark comedic touch.
Watch comedian Ken Jeong answer medical questions from Twitter…
Dr. Ken not only is a real doctor but also plays one on TV and his sitcom Dr. Ken is hilarious.
Here are some of our favorite YouTube comments from the video, “Ken Jeong Answers Medical Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED” by WIRED:
- “Ken is an Asian parent’s dream. He is a successful actor. He is a successful comedian. He is a successful freaking doctor.” – The Silver Raven
- “Ken looks like the sorta person who would build up an army of children and take over a community college…” – sDanOs
- “He’s a doctor, a comedian, an actor, AND a Spanish teacher at a community college? Wow, that’s impressive.” – RogueRaven
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