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Kenneth Plume

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Years active  1998–present
Movies  Milius
Role  Author
Name  Kenneth Plume
Website  asitecalledfred.com

Kenneth Plume Kenneth Plume Wikipedia

Born  July 10, 1977 (age 38) (1977-07-10) Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, United States
Occupation  Author, broadcaster, website owner
Notable work  Fred Entertainment, There's a Zombie in My Treehouse!, Milius
Books  There's a Zombie in My Treehouse!
Similar People  Zak Knutson, John Milius, Clint Eastwood, Francis Ford Coppola, Buzz Feitshans

Kenneth "Plumey" Plume (born July 10, 1977) is an American author, broadcaster, film producer and owner of Fred Entertainment.

Contents

Kenneth Plume Theres a Zombie In My Treehouse by Kenneth Plume II Paperback Lulu

Published works

Plume (with John Robinson) wrote the book There's a Zombie in My Treehouse! and paid out of pocket to have it published.

The book was announced at the Film Fest and on the Apocalypse Rising track at DragonCon in 2008. The book was paid by Plume to be published by Lulu Inc. the same year. The book details the story of a boy named Johnny who finds a zombie living in his backyard tree house and does not know what to do.

Website and podcasts

Plume runs Fred Entertainment (www.ASiteCalledFRED.com), where he hosts the interview series A Bit of a Chat with Ken Plume. He also produced Kevin Smith and Scott Mosier's SModcast and co-hosts both the Ken P.D. Snydecast (with Dana Snyder) and Whotininnies (with Glen Oliver).

Notable interview subjects

Plume has conducted many in depth interviews both in print and in various audio forms. His interview series A Bit of a Chat (which is distributed as a podcast) has included Dom Joly, Neil Innes, Stephen Colbert, Ernest Borgnine, Jonathan Coulton, Adam Savage, Paul F. Tompkins, John Hodgman and Ricky Gervais as well as many cast members and writers of the TV show Community including Gillian Jacobs, Megan Ganz and Jim Rash. Plume has also conducted print interviews for IGN with subjects such as Ian McKellen, Brian Henson and Stan Lee.

Other works

Kenneth Plume acted as producer on the film Milius, a documentary about director and screenwriter John Milius. The film was screened on March 9, 2013 at the SXSW Film Festival.

In addition to the podcasts on his site, Plume produces the "SModimations" cartoon series based on Kevin Smith's SModcast.

Plume edited all five volumes of artist Steve Troop's Melonpool books:

  • The Ultimate Melonpool: A Collection of Comics ISBN 0-9672306-0-8
  • Melonpool II: The Voyage Home ISBN 0-9672306-1-6
  • Melonpool III: A New Hope ISBN 0-9672306-2-4
  • Melonpool IV: Castaway ISBN 0-9672306-3-2
  • Melonpool V: This Island Earth ISBN 0-9672306-4-0
  • Plume was influential in bringing Red Nose Day to the United States with Red Nose Net. Red Nose Net, while not affiliated directly with Comic Relief, has hosted 24-hour marathon broadcasts with all donations made directly to Comic Relief. Plume was featured in the Jonathan Coulton and Paul and Storm written Red Nose charity single "Some Kind of Charity".

    Plume also provided voices on the second season finale of The Venture Bros.

    Awards and honors

    Plume was one of 52 people chosen for Len Peralta's art project Geek a Week along with notables such as "Weird Al" Yankovic and Stan Lee.

    He was nominated for a Shorty Award in 2010.

    Personal life

    Plume currently resides in North Carolina. He often shares pictures of his daily walks with his Twitter followers. Over the course of 2012 and 2013, Plume has lost over 150 pounds.

    References

    Kenneth Plume Wikipedia


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