Born in London in 1977 into a family of vicars and missionaries Keith often refers to himself as the black sheep or the one who got away but there is absolutely nothing he regrets about his loving upbringing!
His first taste of the stage was in 1984 - a starring role as a wise man in Ewhurst First Schools Christmas production of the Nativity. He was carrying the Frankincense and received excellent reviews……
His first professional role was as Ferdinand in a touring musical adaption of the Tempest by Shakespeare. Three years of Drama School at Bretton Hall followed and after graduating in 1999 he began work for Cragrats Theatre Company as an actor in various touring and in-house productions.
It was in the wintery months of 2000 that a chance meeting with an old friend in the Green Room at Cragrats gave Keith the impetus to pursue a career in presenting. Shortly after he auditioned for Openwide International and was thrown into a 3 week training course and then straight onto his first Cruise Ship – the Sundream in Southampton.
Since then Keith has spent his years working as a presenter, actor and Compere for various companies both away at sea and on land. In 2010 he was offered the chance to work as an Entertainment Director for Cunard’s legendary Queens, most recently the Queen Mary 2. During this period he presented a series of Video Blogs for Cunard line and ran his own live daily TV Chat Show.
Keith is a passionate presenter and loves to interview people, his most recent guests have included Sir David Frost, Jennie Bond, PD James, Anthony Inglesis, Graham Taylor, Dame Sheree Valentine Daines and X Factors Winners Ashleigh and Pudsey.
Since January Keith has hung up his webbed feet and is currently presenting for Planet Cruise TV, Swan TV & Southwestlondon TV along with corporate work for Amnesty International and Sherbourne. These last few months have been the best of his working life to date and he would love to hear from you if you have a new project you feel he could be a part of.
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