Kenneth Winston Starr known as Ken Starr was an American lawyer and former judge.
Ken Starr was born on 21 July 1946 in Vernon, Texas, United States.
Ken Starr attended the Harding University and George Washington University, where he received a BA in History. MA from Brown University and graduated with Law & Juris Doctor in 1973.
At age 37, Ken Starr became the youngest person ever to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Ken Starr served as federal appellate judge on the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit from 1983-1989. Worked as US Solicitor General from 1989-1993.
In 2020, Ken Starr was recruited to the legal team representing President Donald Trump in the nation’s third presidential impeachment trial.
Ken Starr best known for his role leading the investigation that led to the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.
On Tuesday (13 September 2022) Ken Starr died at a hospital of complications from surgery. He was 76 at the time of death.
As per various news reports, Ken Starr had been hospitalized in an intensive care unit in Houston for about four months.