Hello! It’s Rich Keeble here and this is my website. Please have a look around.
I have a new specific website for voice work now – check it out!
I was in The Last Leg on Channel 4 recently, with Mr Blobby. Check me out after about 23 minutes here.
“The Explorer” by James Smythe (narrated by me) is available on Audible.
Check out my Liars’ League debut, performing short story “Tiny Bald Patch” here.
I’m also in the middle of mixing my first “solo” album as Rich Keeble & The More Accomplished Musicians, which will be out this year. Just shot the first single’s video.
*Rich Keeble Vanity Project has just won Best UK Web Series at UK Webfest 2016 and was nominated for Best UK Web Series and Best Writing at Raindance Webfest 2016! It’s also picking up some good press and getting in some more festivals. Check it all out here!*
Currently seen in: Episode 4 of The Delivery Man on Netflix (originally on ITV), and The Topcashback TV ad where I’m sitting on a hippo.
Currently heard on: Total War: Warhammer video game, radio ad for EON, the comedy Love Island (ITV2) adverts (Instamafilter and Small Talkulator), Recycle Week films featuring Ewen MacIntosh,and the Property Partner TV ad with the people who have houses for heads.
Soon: Elite Dangerous: Horizons video game (voice), Pepe’s TV adverts (voice), Animal Antics TV show (voice and face), Sam Delaney’s News Thing (voice, face, who knows)
You may also have seen me in Birds of a Feather (ITV), The Delivery Man (ITV), Fool Britannia (ITV), Alan Carr’s New Year (and Summer) Specstacular (Channel 4), Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (BBC), The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night (Channel 4), those BBC idents with the panda, the Big Uno McDonald’s advert, the Lidl Christmas advert, as well as the street, tube or even your house.
Please check out my video page (which includes my presenting reel), my voice page for examples of my voiceover work, and find details for my lovely acting and voice agents on the contact page. My latest CV is on Spotlight and of course there’s always IMDb isn’t there. Oh and Wikipedia.