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Kiko Ellsworth

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Kiko Ellsworth is an American actor. Ellsworth is best known for his portrayal of Jamal Woods in the now defunct ABC daytime drama, Port Charles. In March 2007, Ellsworth returned to daytime television in the role of Stan Johnson on another ABC daytime drama, General Hospital. In the Summer of 2008, he appeared as sound manipulator Echo De Mille in "Going Postal", a series of webisodes spun off from the NBC series Heroes.


Ellsworth was born Keiko Jamen Ellsworth in South Central, Los Angeles, California.

While he was bartending, customers suggested he pursue a career in acting, and with the encouragement of friends, he met with an agency and started acting classes. Soon after, he landed a couple of guest-starring roles on ABC television shows such as Once & Again and Wasteland. He then landed a series regular role on ABC's Port Charles in 2000, where he portrayed and developed the character of Jamal Woods over the next three years.

His film debut came in All or Nothing . He landed the role of Zane, a sociopath and violent street thug. All or Nothing won the Jury Award at the Hollywood Film Festival in 2001. In 2003, Ellsworth landed a small role in the long awaited sequel, Bad Boys II, his first big-budget film, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. In 2006's Lords of the Underworld, Ellsworth portrays an assassin "Nipper", who terminates his victims using the Sai Swords. Ellsworth also appears in independent feature, Will to Power written, produced, directed by, and starring David Rountree. The film also features Jerry Mathers and Jonathan Breck. After this film, Ellsworth was offered the opportunity to join Psycho Rock Productions as one of the producing partners.

Ellsworth has studied the martial arts: Bojuka, EKG, Wing Chun, Kali/Escrima, Aikido, boxing, fencing and Brazilian Jujitsu. Ellsworth is a practicing Sifu in Bojuka. Periodically he involves himself with various youth programs, including the Hollywood Knights, a celebrity basketball team which raises money for schools in need. He also has taught acting classes to at-risk youth.

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