Keith is a very diverse celebrity. From his time as a singer with Boyzone and as an actor on Coronation Street, Keith truly has a celebrity profile that attracts attention from all media circles. His compassion and drive to raise money for charity particularly for Autism (he is a patron of Irish Autism Action), has led Keith to be a great celebrity to have at any sporting event. From golf to triathlons and marathons to the unusual events such as the Big Bike Ride and the great Muddy run keith is in great shape physically and will look good at any event.
But it is only when you put the whole package together you realise how interesting and good Keith is as an individual – Keith is articulate, witty, compassionate, serious, fun and above all entertaining. Perfect for any speaking event. whether it is corporate, charitable, motivational etc. Over the years he has worked with a wide range of companies for their corporate events, from banking to entertainment to student achievement events, bringing his charisma, charm and enthusiasm to every event he is involved in both large and small.
Aside from his work with Boyzone, Keith has presented a number of television shows, including the VH1 Fashion Awards in New York and TV3’s The Box and RTE’s You’re A Star . In 2001, he took part in and finished in the final three of Comic Relief’s Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 4.
And has made multiple appearances on shows like Splash,The X Factor, The Justin Lee Collins Show, The Graham Norton Show, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Takeaway, Podge and Rodge, Tubridy Tonight, The Late Late Show, Never Mind The Buzzcocks.
He recently won All Star Mr and Mrs with his wife Lisa in aid of Irish Autism Action of which he is a patron.
As an actor Keith is still perhaps best known for his role as Ciaran McCarthy in Coronation Street, but since he left the show in 2004 he has appeared as series regular Paul in three seasons of RTE’s prime-time drama, The Clinic, in the BBC comedy Be More Ethnic and as recurring character Ringo in RTE”s Fair City. And in 2012 he also appeared as guest lead in Death in Paradise on BBC One.
Keith made his Irish theatre debut in Fiona Looney’s play Dandelions opposite Pauline McLynn and Deirdre O’Kane in two sell-out runs at the Olympia Theatre and on tour. He recently appeared on stage in Druid Theatre Company’s nationwide tour of John B Keane’s Big Maggie directed by Garry Hynes which attracted rave reviews and record audiences across Ireland.
“He was try fantastic. Keith is one of the best hosts we have ever had and he is a real delight to work with.” National Care Awards, 2016
“He was gregarious, charming, hilarious and audience feedback was really good.” Superdrug Annual Christmas Conference, 2017