Keith David Poster

Other Works

  • (1999) TV commercial (voiceover): Single White Female (1992) on TNT
  • (1996) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in August Wilson's "Seven Guitars"
  • (1996) TV commercial (voiceover): For The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (1996) for Cartoon Network.
  • (1973) TV commercial (voiceover): Bumpers for Super Friends (1973) on Cartoon Network.
  • (1999) TV commercial (voiceover): Extreme Measures (1996)
  • TV commercial (voiceover): Bumpers for the animated series Batman: The Animated Series (1992) on Cartoon Network.
  • (2000) TV commercial (voiceover): The Quick and the Dead (1995) on TNT
  • (2001) TV commercial (voiceover): Wisk Laundry Detergent Tablets
  • (2001) TV commercial (voiceover): Chevrolet's "Make Your Money Count" Sales Promotion
  • (2002) TV commercial (voiceover): AT&T
  • (2001) TV commercial (voiceover): U.S. Navy
  • (2002) TV commercial (voiceover): United Parcel Service
  • (1998-present) TV commercials (voiceover): TNT/TBS Advertisiing
  • (2002-present) TV commercial (voiceover): X-box
  • TV commercial (voiceover): Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
  • (1996) TV commercial (voiceover): HBO
  • (2009) TV commercial (voiceover); BMW cars
  • (2003 - 2004) TV/radio commercials (voiceover): US Navy
  • (2004) Radio commercials: Air America Radio
  • Radio PSA, "Hip-Hop Literacy," Lyrical Knockout Entertainment
  • (5/06) Stage: Appeared (as "Victor") in "Hot Feet" musical by Heru Ptah and Maurice White (Hilton Theatre, New York City
  • TV commercial (voiceover): Hennessey V.S. Cognac
  • (1992) Stage: Appeared on Broadway in "Jelly's Last Jam". Nominated for a Tony Award.
  • (January 17 to March 10, 1996) He acted in August Wilson's play, "Seven Guitars," at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Tommy Hollis, Ruben-Santiago Hudson, Michele Shay, Viola Davis, Roger Robinson and Rosalyn Coleman in the cast in the cast. Lloyd Richards was director. Dwight D. Andrews was musical director. Scott Bradley was scenic designer. Tom Clark was sound designer. Christopher Akerlind was lighting designer. Constanza Romero was costume designer.
  • (February 24 to April 21, 1991) He acted in the musical, "Jelly's Last Jam," in a world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Obba Babatunde in the cast. George C. Wolfe wrote the book. Jelly Roll Morton was composer. Luther Henderson was musical adapter and additional composer. Susan Birkenhead was lyricist. George C. Wolfe was also director. Linda Twine was musical director. James F. Ingalls was lighting designer. Hope Clark was choreographer. George Tsypin was scenic designer. Toni-Leslie James was costume designer. Jon Gottlieb was sound designer.

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