Toymaker Mattel's Ken dolls that now come in three different body types: broad, slim and original. From the original Ken doll, which debuted more than five decades ago sporting red swim trunks and cork sandals, to Dream Date Ken, released in and dressed in a sleek black jacket and bow tie for a night out with Barbie, Mattel has given the iconic doll some progressive looks to match the trends of the moment. It all comes from a very good place, however. Since the beginning of when the original Barbie received a complete makeover, Mattel has sought to expand the diversity of Barbie offerings both in body type, hair type, ethnicities and professions in an attempt to answer customer concerns and provide toys that more young girls and boys can see themselves in.
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After completing undergraduate work at Duke and getting a medical degree at the University of North Carolina, he pursued his interest in comedy while completing his residency in internal medicine in New Orleans. Jeong grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina, where his father, D. Jeong later told USA Today that he inherited his sense of humor from his father. Jeong was involved in student council and played in the orchestra at Walter Hines Page High School, graduating from the school at age He completed his pre-med studies at Duke University in and obtained his medical degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in While training for his residency in internal medicine at Oshsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Jeong moonlighted, pursuing his love of theater and comedy. While working as a practicing physician, seeing patients for seven years at Kaiser Permanente, Jeong performed at Los Angeles' famed Improv and Laugh Factory comedy clubs.
Surely when it comes to the issue of hot dogs and sandwiches, that must count for something. Ken is the only one who successfully pivoted back to the project he was ostensibly promoting. In it, famous people put on elaborate head to toe costumes, answer questions in altered voices, and then sing in their own voices. One singer will be eliminated each week, ultimately revealing his or her true identity. Hear them sing, get the clues and guess the celebrity.
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