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It's a Brand New 2013!

Hi! I'm playing Valenod (he's a villain) in Deloss Brown's adaptation of Stendhal's classic novel: The Red and The Black. We'll be at Theater at St. Clement's January 18th thru February 3rd. Be sure to check it out!

In case you missed the clips from the two commercials I shot last spring: Take a look! Here's the Propel Zero spot: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAtJlxtHEWo And here is the long clip for DeOdor Works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMSePas1lt4

I'm still working on Anne Pasquale's solo show, BOB: Blessed Be the Dysfunction That Binds as we gear up for her off-Broadway run in September 2013 at the Abingdon Theatre! The website for that show is www.bobtheshow.com and we're posting some very funny clips of Bob Around Town there. Take a look at Episode One and Episode Two (and keep checking back for more episodes).

And, for those who don't already know, I've been taking some circus classes at Circus Warehouse. Incredible people & very challenging classes. But when you swing on a flying trapeze and get caught by a former member of Cirque du Soleil, all the pain feels justified!

Thanks for all your support.

Keith Herron was born in Lexington, KY on a cold winter day in 1958. He was a professor's brat who never stayed in one place too long. He moved from Kentucky to North Carolina to Germany to Florida to Indiana to Washington, DC to Indiana to Malaysia to Minnesota to -- his current home in New York City.

Keith interrupted his acting career in 1987 but returned to the business in 2003. He has appeared in more than two dozen independent films. His television credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a featured segment on EWTN produced by Arcadia Films, pilots for Showtime, Comedy Central, and the WE network, and two episodes of Forensic Files for Court TV. He can be heard on CDs of new musicals still in development and appeared in the NY International Fringe Festival as Aloysius Finster in Apple Rug Productions' Granola! The Musical. In his previous life, Keith worked at various theatres in Minneapolis including Dudley Riggs (with Peter Tolan), The Children's Theatre Company, and Chanhassan Dinner Theatre (with Jerry Mitchell). In New York, he was featured as Arpad in Equity Library Theatre's revival of She Loves Me. Keith is a member of John Strasberg's Accidental Repertory Theater and Polaris North and has studied with Geraldine Baron, Richard Scanlon, Gene Bullard, Kim Stern, VP Boyle, and Bob Krakower.

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