Keith spent his formative years in South London where he developed his comedy skills at Junior school, his humour was considered by the teachers to be both inspired and character building, however at Senior school his antics kept the bullies laughing, who in turn left him alone, but his impersonations of comics, film stars and sometimes the teachers themselves during lessons, was viewed as being disruptive and Keith never understood why his only reward was detention or the cane.
After leaving school Keith had various jobs, but never lost his passion for performing. During this period, Keith then in his early twenties, entered various talent competitions which enabled him to continue to perfect his unique style of comedy, which was finally recognised when he won a nationwide talent competition organised by a major holiday company, resulting in a summer contract and the start of his professional career.
Keith regularly appeared at various venues up and down the UK among them being, The Circus Tavern, Blazers, and the Starlight Rooms, also many appearances in pantomime which he loved. During this period Keith was asked to read and secured the role of "Mr Boo" in a production of "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice" which led to many roles in plays such as:
The Elephant Man
Barefoot In The Park
One Flew Over The Cuckoos' Nest
Last Of The Red Hot Lovers
The School For Scandal
Same Time Next Year
Arsenic And Old Lace
The Bespoke Overcoat
The Memory Of Water
Measure For Measure
The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice
Breaking The Code
A Time Of Wolves And Tigers
Time Of My Life
Keith continues his career in comedy, the theatre and charity events, where he has a reputation as being a "very funny and gets the money in" auctioneer.
His easy going charm and funny personality continues to win him many friends and Keith has always tried to live up to the wise words of his mother:
"Wherever you are, whatever you do, leave them with a smile darling"