Ken Jeong (54) has been in front of film and TV cameras for more than 20 years and has since shot for numerous cinema productions and television. But he could soon appear in a new role. Jeong, who is currently part of the team on the US version of “The Masked Singer”, among other things, could get his own talk show. This is what a report from “Page Six” suggests.

There is a rumor among TV insiders that the actor will host a talk format. “Everyone is whispering about it,” even if everything is still “top secret,” said an anonymous source. A pilot episode for the show will be recorded this weekend. If this is successful and becomes a regular talk show, Jeong is also planned to be a senior producer.

“Ken is one of only a handful of people in the world who have what it takes to be successful as a talk show host and we are pleased to be in business with him,” said Page Six in response to an inquiry company responsible for the format. Audiences can connect with Jeong “on many levels” – “not just because he’s so talented, entertaining and hilarious, but because they feel like he’s sincere, compassionate, fearless, kind and just genuinely nice.” .

Even after more than a decade, most viewers will probably know Jeong, especially from the “Hangover” films. As Mr. Chow, he became widely known alongside Bradley Cooper (48) and Zach Galifianakis (54) in the comedy trilogy. In 2024, he will receive a star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame alongside other stars such as Gal Gadot (38), Chris Pine (43), Michelle Yeoh (61) and the late Chadwick Boseman (1976-2020), as announced in June became.