Keith Kupferer

Keith Kupferer's theater credits include High Holidays, Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play and The Old Neighborhood at the Goodman Theatre; 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; Trust and 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 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, and 26 Miles (a co-production between Rivendell Theatre Ensemble and Teatro Vista). 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 Dark Knight, Public Enemies, The Express, Meet the Browns, Stranger Than Fiction, Road to Perdition directed by Sam Mendes; Bad City, Fred Claus, Let's Go to Prison, The Last Rights of Joe May and The Merry Gentleman directed by Michael Keaton. TV credits include the ABC series Detroit 1-8-7, A&E's The Beast, the Fox series Prison Break, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment on WB, the CBS series Early Edition. Keith will be next seen in God of Carnage at the Goodman Theater in March of 2011.