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  1. Kenneth Anderson , is an American professional wrestler and actor, better known by his ring name Mr. Kennedy

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  2. On August 18, 2007, Anderson gave an interview where he admitted to using steroids when he was on the independent wrestling scene, saying he quit the steroids in November 2005 because of the WWE Wellness Policy and that his job in WWE was worth more

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  3. born March 6, 1976 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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  4. currently wrestles for the SmackDown brand of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), but is currently inactive due to a dislocated shoulder

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  5. Anderson is the son of James Alan Holmes and Sheryl Anderson and has one sister, Jennifer Holmes

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