Actor, hails from Kent in the southeast of England. He studied journalism in north London and although he worked for both broadcasting and print media he maintained a steady interest in acting, appearing in plays in his home area and performing comedy on stage and for BBC Radio. After coming to Sweden in the late 80s he merged acting into his broadcasting duties on community radio and Sveriges Radio, often presenting programs in character. On Swedish TV Keith has presented the talk show Living Room, English quiz show Big Words and a look at the English language’s global spread in Family Foster. He has written and performed comedy live on stage all over Stockholm and had a role in the Swedish film thriller Nobels Testamente (2011). In 2013 he played the role of Michael in SEST’s The God of Carnage and in 2014 the role of Holofernes in Judith at Teater Brunnsgatan Fyra. In 2015 Keith starred as Macbeth in SEST’s production of Macbeth at Musikvalvet.