Keith Kupferer

Keith Kupferer's theater credits include God of Carnage, High Holidays, Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play and The Old Neighborhood at the Goodman Theatre; Good People, Middletown, South of Settling, Of Mice & Men, Carter's Way, Men of Tortuga; Things Being What They Are; Jesus Hopped The A Train and Tavern Story at Steppenwolf Theatre; Execution of Justice with About Face Theatre; Cat Feet and The Old Neighborhood at Northlight; Desire Under The Elms, a co-production between Philadelphia’s Freedom Theatre and Chicago’s Court Theatre; and the long running hit, Shear Madness. Keith is a founding member of Rivendell Theatre Ensemble and was seen in their productions of 26 Miles; Expecting Isabel; Indulgences in the Louisville Harem; Be Aggressive, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Age 13 & 3/4 ; Mommapalooza!, My Simple City; Hamlet; and Twenty Seven Wagons Full of Cotton. Other Chicago credits include The Unseen, The Meek, Canus Lunis Balloonis, (nominated for a 1998 Joseph Jefferson award for Best Ensemble), and The Physicists for A Red Orchid Theatre; and Trust and Hillbilly Antigone for Lookingglass Theatre. Film credits include the latest Ron Howard project, The Dilemma; Dark Knight; Public Enemies; The Express; Meet the Browns; Stranger Than Fiction; Road to Perdition directed by Sam Mendes; Bad City; Fred Klaus; Let's Go to Prison; The Last Rights of Joe May and The Merry Gentleman directed by Michael Keaton. TV credits include AMC's Better Call Saul, NBC's Crisis, ABC’s Detroit 187; A&E's The Beast, the Fox series Prison Break; The Jamie Kennedy Experiment on WB and the CBS series Early Edition.

Location Chicago
Union 2 Equity
Height 6'1"
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown