Kellen Perry

Kellen Perry

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Kellen Perry is a writer, editor, actor, producer, and graphic designer. He writes about television, current events, history, music, art, video games, food, literature, geography, and science for Ranker, Ranker InsightsGrunge, All That is Interesting, and anyone else that will have him. Kellen previously worked in broadcast news as an executive producer, editor, reporter, and anchor for FOX 26 KNPN in St. Joseph, MO. He has a BIS in English/Theater and an MAA in Integrated Media (thesis pending) from Missouri Western State University.

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  1. +vote 20 Voice Actors Who Look Exactly Like Their Characters

    20 Voice Actors Who Look Exactly Like Their Characters

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    Before Aladdin made casting big-time celebrities the norm, voice actors used to be the unsung heroes of Hollywood. There simply weren't that many cartoon ...
  2. +vote 15 Hilarious Photos Of Actors Pretending To Interact With CGI

    15 Hilarious Photos Of Actors Pretending To Interact With CGI

    8,797 votes
    We all know making blockbuster movies in the 21st century takes a lot of work, and costs a ton. The slick final product, full of fantastic CGI, looks ...
  3. +vote The 24 Most Hardcore Viking Names

    The 24 Most Hardcore Viking Names

    12,605 votes
    Fans of History's Vikings know there were a ton of badass Viking names like Ragnar Lodbrok and Bjorn Ironside. But that's just scratching the ...
  4. +vote The Weirdest Jobs in the White House

    The Weirdest Jobs in the White House

    1,405 votes
    The people who work at the White House work simultaneously at a museum, a fortress, an office, and a residence. This leads to plenty of weird White House ...
  5. +vote 20 Rare, Weird, or Super-Expensive Lego Sets You'll Probably Never Play With

    20 Rare, Weird, or Super-Expensive Lego Sets You'll Probably Never Play With

    634 votes
    Not counting some bizarre missteps such as the Scala, Fabuland, and Jack Stone offshoots, Lego has had a consistently excellent track record of delivering ...
  6. +vote 17 Pictures That Will Make You Say "Oh, That's How They Do That!"

    17 Pictures That Will Make You Say "Oh, That's How They Do That!"

    36,909 votes
    If you’ve spent any time lurking on Reddit’s mildlyinteresting, interestingasf*ck, or damnthatsinteresting subreddits, you’ve seen them: those pictures that make ...
  7. +vote 30 Vintage Pics From '80s Malls That Will Give You Serious Nostalgia

    30 Vintage Pics From '80s Malls That Will Give You Serious Nostalgia

    15,309 votes
    If you're old enough to remember what malls were like in the '80s, this list is going to cause you to have some feelings. The candid, old photos of malls below ...
  8. +vote Creepy Stories & Legends About Area 51

    Creepy Stories & Legends About Area 51

    531 votes
    Let's get this out of the way: officially, "Area 51" is the common name given to a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base in Southern Nevada ...
  9. 31 Women's Suffrage Postcards That Show How Far We've Come

    31 Women's Suffrage Postcards That Show How Far We've Come

    Around 4,500 women's suffrage-themed postcards were produced in the US and UK between 1890 and 1915, a time that also just so happened to coincide with the ...
  10. 25 Gruesome Historical Depictions of Torture

    25 Gruesome Historical Depictions of Torture

    Are you an up-and-coming black metal band looking for free album art? Are you ready to take the next big promotional step after your photoshoot in the woods? ...
  11. 26 Haunting, Powerful Illustrations From One Soldier's World War II Sketchbook

    26 Haunting, Powerful Illustrations From One Soldier's World War II Sketchbook

    Much of World War II's history comes to us through photographs, given the medium's growth in popularity and accessibility in the 20th century. But ...
  12. +vote 25 Stunning Photos of the Empire State Building Under Construction

    25 Stunning Photos of the Empire State Building Under Construction

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    In 1931, photographer Lewis Hine risked his life to document the Empire State Building under construction, carrying a full-size camera and tripod across the ...
  13. +vote 30 Weird Slang Terms Old-Timey Hobos Actually Used

    30 Weird Slang Terms Old-Timey Hobos Actually Used

    8,303 votes
    Are you tired of 21st century lingo like woke, fleek, tho, adorbs, or [INSERT HOT NEW SLANG HERE]? Maybe it's time to borrow a corn liquor-soaked page from late ...
  14. 10 Real Transparent Animals That Let You Take a Peek at Their Insides

    10 Real Transparent Animals That Let You Take a Peek at Their Insides

    Ever wish you could turn invisible? These creatures almost can. There are plenty of see through animals in the world, from transparent undersea creatures with ...
  15. 18 True Size Maps That Prove Maps Have Been Lying To You

    18 True Size Maps That Prove Maps Have Been Lying To You

    Maps, by their very nature, are big fat liars. Despite what the Flat-Earthers would have you believe, the world is indeed spherical, meaning any 2-D attempt to ...
  16. Declassified CIA Maps Reveal Top Secret 20th Century Cartography

    Declassified CIA Maps Reveal Top Secret 20th Century Cartography

    To celebrate 75 years as an agency, the CIA released dozens of declassified maps in 2016 - just a sliver of "the largest collection of maps in the ...
  17. +vote The 20 Most Incredible Photos From Paul Nicklen's Instagram

    The 20 Most Incredible Photos From Paul Nicklen's Instagram

    178 votes
    Since 1995, award-winning nature photographer and documentarian Paul Nicklen has specialized in capturing animal life in some of the least hospitable spots on ...
  18. Tattoo Photographs And Trends From The 19th Century

    Tattoo Photographs And Trends From The 19th Century

    Thanks to Congress passing the "Act for the Relief and Protection of American Seamen" in 1796, historians know what American tattoos from the 19th ...
  19. 10 Eerie Ghost Towns and the Disasters That Made Them

    10 Eerie Ghost Towns and the Disasters That Made Them

    It’s always fun in a post-apocalyptic story when the survivors return to ghost towns to rummage for supplies, right? Exploring the ruins of a once-thriving place ...
  20. Crazy and Controversial Explanations for the Decrease in Crime Rates

    Crazy and Controversial Explanations for the Decrease in Crime Rates

    It’s a fact: crime rates in America, on average, dropped by one-third during the 1990s. Today, violent crime has dropped by nearly half since the early ‘90s. Half!
  21. 10 Things You Didn't Know About Your Own Face

    10 Things You Didn't Know About Your Own Face

    You'd think by the time you reach your 20s or so, you'd know everything you need to know about your face. You have a pretty good idea how it all works and how to ...
  22. 8 Times the Olympics Ruined the Economies of Host Cities

    8 Times the Olympics Ruined the Economies of Host Cities

    In a 2014 editorial in The Washington Post on the economics of the Olympics, Steve Blakely wrote, "Olympics typically lose money at taxpayer expense ...
  23. 12 Bizarre Facts About The Druids, The Prehistoric Hippies That History Forgot

    12 Bizarre Facts About The Druids, The Prehistoric Hippies That History Forgot

    The Druids were either an intellectual class or priestly class of Celts living in Gaul (a region that encompassed the majority of Western Europe and the British ...
  24. +vote 10 Final Fantasy Characters Deemed Too Sexy for America

    10 Final Fantasy Characters Deemed Too Sexy for America

    947 votes
    From the late-'80s to the mid-'90s, Nintendo dominated the video game market, and Nintendo of America insisted that all games released on ...
  25. +vote 12 Fascinating Phenomena That Only Occur in Desert Lands

    12 Fascinating Phenomena That Only Occur in Desert Lands

    135 votes
    Deserts are some of the most foreboding and mysterious regions found on Earth. The characteristic lack of water makes deserts generally inhospitable, but people ...

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