Brian Keith Actor


Brian Keith is a 75 years old actor from United States of America Brian Keith was born on November 14, 1921 (died on June 24, 1997, he was 75 years old) in as Robert Alba Keith. His nickname was Jr. Robert Keith Richey, Robert Keith Jr..


Brian Keith was an American film television and stage actor who in his six decade-long career gained recognition for his work in movies such as the 1961 Disney family film The Parent Trap the 1966 comedy The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming and the 1975 adventure saga The Wind and the Lion in which he portrayed Theodore Roosevelt. On television two of his best known roles were that of a bachelor-uncle-turned-reluctant-parent Bill Davis in the 1960s sitcom Family Affair and a tough judge in the 1980s drama Hardcastle and McCormick.
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His real name:
Birth name of Brian Keith is Robert Alba Keith
Is Brian Keith still alive?

No, he died on 06/24/1997, 24 years ago. He was 75 years old when he died. Cause of death: ballistic trauma. He died in Malibu and buried in Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery .


His father Robert Keith and Robert Keith was 23 years old when Brian born. His father was an Actor.


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Mother: (?)
Robert Keith
Father: Robert Keith


Judy Landon

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He married with Judy Landon in 1954. Brian Keith was 32 years old. After 15 years, in 1969 Brian passed away.


Brian Keith Movies (73)

There are 73 movies of Brian Keith:

His first feature film was Young Guns (1988, as Buckshot Roberts). He was 66 when he starred in this movie. Since 1988, he has appeared in 73 feature films. The last one is Follow Your Heart (1999). In this movie, we watched him in the Roddy Thompson character .

Brian Keith movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Brian Keith TV Shows (46)

His first TV Show was Suspense (1949).

Awards (1)

Awarded Air Medal .

What was Brian's zodiac sign?

Brian Keith zodiac sign was scorpio.

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