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Kenneth "Ken" Meseroll is an American actor and voice actor.


Nothing is known about Meseroll's past, other than he was born in New Jersey on April 15, 1952. His career began in 1979.

On Criminal Minds[]

Meseroll first portrayed New York Mayor Gregory Hughes in the Season Two episode "Fear and Loathing". He then portrayed a state trooper in the Season Six episode "Safe Haven".


  • Hawaii Five-0 (2015) as Douglas Bates
  • 10,000 Days (2014) as Fred Hesse
  • Castle (2014) as Real Henry Jenkins (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • The Grind (2014) as George (short)
  • Dark Skies (2013) as Pete
  • Grey's Anatomy (2010) as Ron Turkovsky (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Criminal Minds - "Safe Haven" (2010) TV episode - State Trooper
  • 10,000 Days (2010) as Fred Hesse (12 episodes)
  • Mad Men (2009) as Herb Emmert (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Medium (2009) as Lawyer (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Cold Case (2008) as David McKinney, 1991
  • Without a Trace (2007-2008) as Jonathan Newman (2 episodes, credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Shark (2008) as Arnold Weston (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Criminal Minds - "Fear and Loathing" (2007) TV episode - Mayor Gregory Hughes
  • ER (2006) as Mr. Sawyer (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • The West Wing (2005) as Pundit #1 (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Numb3rs (2005) as Captain Joe MacNevish (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • CSI: Miami (2004) as Mr. Newly (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • The Practice (2003) as Atty. Jonathan Lambert (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Crossing Jordan (2002) as Judge (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • 18 Wheels of Justice (2001) as Rider (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Carman: The Champion (2001) as Reporter (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • The X-Files (2001) as Owen Harris
  • Family Law (2000) as Maitre d'
  • After Diff'rent Strokes: When the Laughter Stopped (2000) as Gary Coleman's Lawyer
  • The '70s (2000) as The Personnel Executive (credited as Ken Meseroll)
  • Lansky (1999) as FBI Agent at NYC Apartment
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation (1992) as Ensign McDowell
  • The Cosby Show (1991) as Jonathan Rappaport
  • Star Blazers (1979) as Derek Wildstar (52 episodes, voice)

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For an up-to-date filmography, see here.