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

Rich was recently seen as ‘Mark ‘Masculus’ Waddington’ in “Doctors” (BBC1), as ‘PC Mortimer’ in “Porters” opposite Daniel Mays and Susan Wokoma (UKTV Dave), and in Martin Clunes’ sitcom “Warren” (BBC1) where he played 3 different characters (one on-camera and two additional voice characters). Other television credits include “Inside No.9” (BBC2), “The Rebel” opposite Simon Callow (UKTV Gold), and “Birds of a Feather” (ITV). He is also due to appear in Series 3 of Idris Elba’s Sky sitcom “In the Long Run” and Katherine Ryan’s Netflix sitcom “The Duchess”.

Rich stars as ‘William’ in indie dark comedy/horror “Criminal Audition” which debuted at Frightfest 2019 – watch the trailer here.

Rich Keeble does a great job with this and holds it all together as a focal point Nerdspan

Keeble’s comedy background is clear, and yet his weaselly mannerisms make him both unlikable yet sympathetic The Hollywood News

Rich Keeble as William is excellent  Horror DNA

His web series “Rich Keeble Vanity Project” won Best British Series at UK Webfest 2016 and Pilot Light TV Fest 2017, and was described by British Comedy Guide as “Laugh-out-loud” as well as featured on Chortle’s “Best Comedy on Demand”.

Rich has performed live comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe and the Comedy Store, and is currently in a double act with Ben Green performing as “From Both Ends”.

As a voiceover artist, Rich has voiced a number of commercials, promos and audio-books (including Mesut Özil’s autobiography). Notable video game work includes ‘Frank Fairburne’ in “Strange Brigade”, ‘The Blightreaper’ in “Warhammer: Vermintide 2″,’Ungrol Stoneheart’ in “Total War: Warhammer” and ‘Robert Devereux’ in “Astrologaster”.

He also plays the guitar, piano and drums and releases silly music videos with his band “Rich Keeble & The More Accomplished Musicians”.

Finally, Rich lives in South London with his wife and two children where he amuses himself by responding to Twitter trolls who abuse him for appearing in adverts for “Topcashback”.

Rich’s website – showreels here