He has appeared locally in the Royal National Theatre's An Enemy of the People at the Ahmanson; the Denver Center Theatre Company's production of Black Elk Speaks at the Mark Taper Forum; and Dracula at the Tiffany Theatre.
Kenneth was a member of the Tony Award winning Denver Center Theatre Company for six seasons and has also appeared in productions at the Trinity Repertory Theatre, New Mexico Repertory Theatre, Florida's Royal Poincianna Theatre and Parker Playhouse, and Pennsylvania's Center Stage where he became associated with Native Voices at the Autry - a Los Angeles theatre group dedicated to presenting Native American Playwrights, actors, and directors - appearing in the U.S. premiere of The Baby Blues.
Film and television work includes recurring roles on Port Charles, Dynasty, and Knots Landing, as well as guest starring in Land's End, Hunter, Moonlighting, Jake and the Fatman, Quincy, M.E., Carwash, Patty Hearst, A Gnome Named Gnorm, and American Graffiti.
He directed N. Scott Momaday's
play, The Indolent Boys, for Southwest Repertory Theatre.