Videos

Reels
This is my comedy acting reel, containing some amazing TV acting as you will see:

Commercials reel….

Video game reel…

Some live stuff…

Here’s my presenting reel, containing some work for an interactive training game for Zurich:

Here’s a little video compilation of some things I’ve voiced including the Property Partner ad, Carphone Warehouse ad, and Hunka Wunda comedy show starring award winning comedians like Jayde Adams:

Rich Keeble Vanity Project
This is my comedy web show Rich Keeble Vanity Project. It’s semi-improvised and I’m actually rather pleased with it.
**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**
**NOMINATED FOR BEST UK WEB SERIES & BEST WRITING AT RAINDANCE 2016**
**NOMINATED FOR BEST COMEDY SERIES, BEST ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE (COMEDY) & BEST INTERNATIONAL SERIES AT RIO WEBFEST 2016**
**NOMINATED FOR BEST LEADING ACTOR (RICH KEEBLE) AT INTERNATIONAL ONLINE WEBFEST 2016**
**OFFICIAL SELECTION MIAMI WEBFEST 2017**
**OFFICIAL SELECTION WEB SERIES FESTIVAL GLOBAL 2017**
**OFFICIAL SELECTION HOLLYWEB FESTIVAL 2017**

“Laugh-out-loud” – British Comedy Guide
“Incredibly hilarious” – Snobby Robot
“A bit like Alan Partridge. If Alan Partridge was bald, wore glasses and nobody knew who he was. A laugh-out-loud comedy that has really come into its own” – VODzilla
“Always on the borderline between awfully funny and delightfully incorrect” – Web Series Mag

As featured on Chortle’s “Best Comedy on Demand”

TV Clips
One of my Fool Britannia appearances – scaring the shit out of a bloke in a lift

Commercials

Here’s the new Topcashback ad…

No explanation needed here

Here’s the previous Topcashback ad…

Here’s the Property Partner ad that I do the Voiceover for:

Here’s that McDonald’s ad I starred in last year. I didn’t get any free McDonalds before you ask:

This is that BBC ident I starred in with the panda, directed by Victoria Pile:

Here’s some online commercials I did for Doubleshot TV:


This is the award winning web series I co-write with Luke Kaile, All in the Method. Series 2 is currently being written.

This is the semi-improvised comedy short I wrote, A Slightly Exaggerated Re-enactment of a Voicemail I Never Actually Left for Tom Lenk.

Here’s “Tragedies on the Toilet” from the Kaile & Keeble/Keeble & Kaile Show:

This is the trailer for our Edinburgh show/film/web series Kaile, Keeble & Kuntz, made up of footage from the Camden previews for the show of the same name. Yes, the end is faked because that’s actor Ben Green:

Other Online Videos

Storytelling at Liar’s League

A Hunka Wunda sketch (with me in, obviously. And David Bussell and Matt Stott). Interestingly this was shot by Jayde Adams, who’s quite famous now since she won Funny Women 2014.

This is  web comedy Rules of Life, which I didn’t write, but I do play the lead in. If you think I look young it’s because it was actually originally filmed 4 years ago for a pilot and then re-edited :

This is that Muzzle the Pig “FCAJ!” comedy sketch, with me in. Written by Luke Kaile.

This is the pitch video for Luke’s Criminal Audition crowdfunding campaign. I think this is quite funny, and you get to see why I realised I need to start going to the gym again

This is a comedy sketch written by Miranda Dawe that I’m in. This gets retweeted a load whenever Eurovision’s on:

This is a clip from Creative People, an improvisational TV comedy sketch pilot I did. Also features Helen Oakleigh who seems to be doing rather well in the theatre/writing world these days. This was fun.

This is me in a weird comedy short I did with Paul Jones where we have balloons for faces:

Here’s an animation where I voice Jesus for an educational kids’ thing:

Here’s a weird short called The Post, with me as the lead, which was for a 48 hour film festival. With Paul Jones again.

This one’s a training video for a non-surgical hair system (a wig). I had to grow (what there is of) my hair for this system to be stuck to my head. I looked about 15 with it on and even though I wore it home on their suggestion, I took it off when I got home and just went back to shaving my head. Easier isn’t it.

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