Advice for dating divorcees
“With American Jewish men brought up from the earliest age to pair up with Jewish women and still so many choose non Jewish mates perhaps Jewish women must reflect on what they might be doing to drive these men away.” For one, I know that my sense of humor is intimidating to men and women alike.
So I’m going to try to be less entertaining from now on.
Roache has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award at the British Soap Awards for his portrayal of Ken.
Away from the canonical serial, Ken has been portrayed by James Roache (William Roache's son) in the dramatisation The Road to Coronation Street, and by Simon Chadwick in the play Corrie! He has also been spoofed by impressionist Jon Culshaw.
It will be an effort, but I’ll do it for the birthrate.
What else can we Jewish women do to not scare Jewish men away?
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Ken was introduced as the educated son of a working-class family.
Ken is born and raised in Coronation Street, Weatherfield, Lancashire, on 9 October 1939.
He is the eldest son born to Frank (Frank Pemberton) and Ida Barlow (Noel Dyson).
Despite his somewhat antagonistic role in the show's early years, Ken developed a reputation among critics for representing an archetypal "boring man".
This is an allegation denied by Roache, who has cited Ken's evolution over the years, his chaotic love life and dysfunctional family as evidence to the contrary.