Actor/Producer Keith Taylor has his 1st role in The Hardest Love movie as Chapo winner of The 2014 Manhattan Film Festival Buzz Award & winner of International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival 2014 Peoples Choice Award. Keith has been featured in movies such as The Brave One, The Other Guys, The Back-up Plan and The Bounty Hunter and has also been a recurring background actor & featured on TV shows Law and Order SVU, Blue Bloods, Elementary, Starz’s Power, AMC’s Feed The Beast and HBO’s The Night Of.
Keith has also acted in music videos by LGBT artists such as Greg Scarnici, Sherry Vine & Peppermint.
Keith has played “The Ref” in A Story of Time at The Queens Black Spectrum Theatre Company 2015 & 2016 and recently as “The Dr.” in I’m Black When I’m Singing, I’m Blue When I Ain’t.
Keith has written & produced his first short poetry/music film The Last Day 2015 which was showcased at NYU Native Indian Film Festival 2015 and again in 2016 with his 2nd short musical film The Stage in 2016 directed by Infinite co-starring LGBT artists Samara Riviera, John-Deric Mitchell II, Robbyne Kaamil, David Garcia-Maurici, Jason Russo and Ernie Glam Garcia.
Keith was recently interviewed by Celebrity Correspondent Eileen Shapiro for Get Out Magazine March 1st 2017 & his remixed music video “Joy Boy” is now playing on the Get Out Magazine website.