Three years into their series life, the “Secret Life of the American Teenager’s” young cast has bonded in a way they’ll never repeat.  That’s the considered opinion of Ken Baumann, who plays Ben, the nice boy among the high school crowd on the show. When he’s not on camera or out enjoying himself with his buds, Baumann can often be found writing. The self-admitted art and book nerd also has his own publishing entity, Sator Press.  Flying in the face of all current trends, he publishes books on paper, “but limited to small runs, a thousand copies or so.
He’s also done an internet literary journal of fiction and poetry, and “I may start the online endeavor again,” says Baumann, who is erudite enough to make phrases like “online endeavor” sound perfectly natural. He looks forward to more writing, more acting, more “Secret Life,” with all its challenges and strangeness.
As for his feelings about the infamous drinking game wherein “Secret Life” viewers take a draught of beer or booze at every mention of “Sex” on the show (one count for a single episode reached a whopping 70 instances of the S word), Baumann says, “Oh man. This entry was posted in The Hollywood Exclusive by Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith and tagged "The Secret Life of The American Teenager", Daren Kagasoff, Francia Raisa, Greg Finley, Ken Baumann, Megan Park, Shailene Woodley on March 10, 2011 by Stacy Jenel Smith.


It shouldn’t be a big surprise that there is another pregnancy on “Secret Life” considering the show’s obsession with sex – the act itself, and the constant talk of sex, including one installment where the S word was reported as being dropped a whopping 70 times.  A drinking game in which viewers tipple at every mention of sex grew in popularity across the land last season. This entry was posted in The Hollywood Exclusive by Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith and tagged "The Secret Life of The American Teenager", Daren Kagasoff, Francia Raisa, Kenny Baumann, Shailene Woodley on June 4, 2010 by Stacy Jenel Smith. Now they’re shooting episode 12 of the whopping 24-episdoe order for this season — an order that will keep the series troupe busy ’til the end of November. Kagasoff offers up a teaser for what lies ahead, saying that Ricky, who’s been stepping up in an uncharacteristically admirable way to be responsible for his infant offspring, “is getting into more of a debate over who gets to baby sit the kid” – and may even take legal action in the matter.  However, Ricky “doesn’t want the court to find out” about certain things in his shadowy past. As far as criticism over the series’ preoccupation with sex, Kagasoff says, “I think you have some episodes that touch on sex more than others, but I give credit to the writers for the way they handle it.  In this day and age, as much as we might want to turn away from it, that’s what interests the young audience – sex. This entry was posted in The Hollywood Exclusive by Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith and tagged "The Secret Life of The American Teenager", Daren Kagasoff, Shailene Woodley on July 2, 2009 by Stacy Jenel Smith. Some viewers think he ought to go ahead and marry bad-but-brainy baby mana Adrian (Francia Raisa).


His relationship with his dad gets even more stressed and interesting, with more conflict.  I would say that this season was, hands down, my favorite to shoot.
For instance, the time, recently, when “I was at an old local Tex-Mex restaurant in Abiline with my family, and the waitress squats down next to the table and says, ‘My manager is hiding just around the corner there. She’s a big fan.’ She had the waitress come and do the dirty work for her,” he recalls good-naturedly.
Being an amiable sort, Baumann, who grew up on his parents’ miniature horse ranch and animal rescue in Texas, went and coaxed the manager into saying hello.



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