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Rich Keeble

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Rich Keeble

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Rich Keeble is a London based actor, comedian and presenter.

He has provided voiceovers for a number of television and radio commercials, animated videos, idents and promos, as well as video games (including Total War: Warhammer I & III, Spellforce 3, Strange Brigade) and audiobooks (including the Audie Award finalist, 'The Guest List')

On camera he recently appeared opposite Matthew Macfadyen in "Stonehouse" (ITV1), as Toby in “Ghosts” (BBC1), Jared in “Trying” (Apple TV) and as Father Vincent in “Murder, They Hope” (GOLD), as well as popping up in Kiell Smith-Bynoe’s Channel 4 Blap “Red Flag” as Ritchie Porter and BBC New Comedy Award winner Holly Hall’s BBC3 short “It’s What She Would Have Wanted”.

He has been a regular sketch performer on two series of “The Emily Atack Show” (ITV2), memorably appeared as Mark ‘Masculus’ Waddington in “Doctors” (BBC1), he’s been assaulted with a tea trolley by Simon Callow on “The Rebel” (GOLD) and actually played three different characters in Martin Clunes’ sitcom “Warren” (BBC1).

Other television credits include “Ted Lasso” (Apple TV), “Not Going Out” (BBC1), “Porters” with Daniel Mays (UKTV Dave), “Inside No.9” (BBC2), Idris Elba’s sitcom “In The Long Run” (Sky), “The Delivery Man” opposite Darren Boyd (ITV) and “Birds Of A Feather” (ITV).  He is also well known for appearing in commercials for Topcashback from 2015 to 2020 from which he has received a variety of surprisingly inventive online abuse.

On film, Rich recently appeared in “The People We Hate At The Wedding” starring Kristen Bell and Oscar winner Allison Janney, and starred as William in dark comedy/horror Amazon Prime feature “Criminal Audition”.


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