Rich’s first appearance on TV was in “Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show” on BBC3 in 2010. Since then he’s regularly starred in sketches on “Alan Carr’s New Year Specstacular” (Channel 4), Dom Joly’s “Fool Britannia” (ITV) and “Birds of a Feather” (ITV – directed by BAFTA winner Nick Wood and watched by nearly 8 million viewers you know).
More recently he appeared in Green Wing creator Victoria Pile’s prime time sitcom “The Delivery Man” (ITV) with Darren Boyd, Paddy McGuiness and Aisling Bea, and has just filmed a new sitcom alongside Simon Callow – watch this space…!
His web-series “Rich Keeble’s Vanity Project” has now spanned two series and he’s currently in development with Hat Trick Productions. It won:
**WINNER OF “BEST BRITISH WEB SERIES” AT PILOT LIGHT TV FEST 2017**
**WINNER OF BEST UK WEB SERIES AT UK WEBFEST 2016**
**WINNER OF BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (SAM LEGASSICK) AT INDIE SERIES AWARDS 2017**
Watch it here
Rich also wrote a comedy short film “A Slightly Exaggerated Reenactment of a Voicemail I Never Actually Left for Tom Lenk”, and has done some “serious” acting in indie features like the award-winning “Eva’s Diamond, The Addicted” (retitled “Rehab” in the U.S.) and “M.O.N.E.Y” starring Wil Johnson. He was in a play once as real life double agent Donald MacLean in “A Morning with Guy Burgess” at the Courtyard Theatre, London, which was featured on the BBC Review Show.
He’s also done voiceovers for adverts, corporate training videos, educational animations and a documentary about cottaging.