Keith Kupferer

Keith was last seen onstage in The Great Leap at Steppenwolf Theatre. He is a founding member of Rivendell Theatre Ensemble where he most recently performed in their critically acclaimed productions of The Cake and Cal in Camo, the latter for which he was honored with a 2017 Jeff Award for "Best Supporting Actor". Other recent credits include Support Group for Men at the Goodman Theatre, The Mystery of Love and Sex (for which he received a Jeff nomination for “Supporting Actor”), and Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Wolf at Writer’s Theatre; The QualmsGood People, and Middletown at Steppenwolf Theatre; The Humans at American Theatre Company, God of Carnage, and the Passion Play at the Goodman Theatre; Hillary and ClintonNever the Sinner, and Appropriate at Victory Garden’s Theatre; Gypsy at Chicago Shakespeare Theater; The Legend of Georgia McBride at Northlight Theatre; Big Lake, Big City and Trust  for Lookingglass Theatre. 

Film credits include Steve McQueen's WidowsMonuments; The DilemmaDark KnightPublic Enemies; The ExpressStranger Than FictionRoad to PerditionFinding SantaFred KlausThe Last Rights of Joe May; and The Merry Gentleman directed by Michael Keaton. TV credits include Better Call SaulThe Big LeapThe Chi61st StreetEmpireChicago P.D.; SouthsideBetrayalCrisisChicago Fire; and Detroit 187.

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