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Ken Niles (December 9, 1908, in Livingston, Montana – October 31, 1988) was an American radio announcer. He was married to Nadia Niles, and had two children named Kenneth Niles and Denise Niles. His brother, Wendell Niles, was also a radio announcer.Niles played an important role in the development of radio drama throughout the 1920s. "Mr. Niles began a series of original radio dramas called Theater of the Mind in 1928." During the 1930s, he produced and assisted with the hosting of actress-cum-gossip columnist Louella Parsons' talent and interview program Hollywood Hotel. Parsons and Niles later appeared in a 1937 feature film based on the show. Niles subsequently narrated, or served as announcer, in several other feature films. He served as commercial announcer and foil on several series sponsored by Camel Cigarettes, notably that starring Abbott and Costello. Niles was frequently paired in comedy skits opposite Elvia Allman as his fictitious wife Mrs Niles.For his work in radio, he received a "Star" on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, as did his brother, making them the first brothers to be so honored.
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Date Of BirthDecember 9, 1906
Place Of BirthLivingston, Montana, USA
Star SignSagittarius
1He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 6711 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
2Announcer on ABC (1943-1945)/NBC (1945-1949) Radio's "The Life of Riley."


The Bob Hope Show1968TV Series
The Donna Reed Show1962TV SeriesProfessor Earnshaw
Matinee Theatre1956TV Series
The Fat Man1951Dr. Henry Bromley D.D.S. (uncredited)
My Friend Irma1949Radio Contest Announcer (uncredited)
You Were Meant for Me1948Narrator (voice, uncredited)
Out of the Past1947Eels
Magic Town1947Reporter (uncredited)
The Inner Circle1946Ken - Radio Announcer
Swingin' on a Rainbow1945New York City Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Lady, Let's Dance1944Announcer
Shantytown1943Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Hit Parade of 19431943Announcer (uncredited)
Harmon of Michigan1941Ken Niles
Sweepstakes Winner1939First Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Men Are Such Fools1938Bill (uncredited)
Hollywood Hotel1937Ken Niles


Screen Snapshots Series 26, No. 6: Behind the Mike1947ShortHimself

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