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|Born on||02 Dec 1952|
|Last modified||25 Sep 2007|
|Biography||From his official home page:
Keith Szarabajka (sarah-bike-ah) spent most of "Angel (1999)"'s 2001-2002 season playing the 18th Century English vampire hunter, Capt. Daniel Holtz, who comes to the 21st century to seek justice (or is it revenge?) from Angel. Prior to that, he played Mickey Kostmayer on "The Equalizer (1985)", starring Edward Woodward, from 1985 to 1989. Keith endured six hours of make-up each day in order to become seventy-year old janitor Harlan Williams, who grew younger in Stephen King's "Golden Years (1991)". His Chaz Gracen mentored Adrian Pasdar's Jim Profit in the short-lived, highly praised "Profit (1996)". Other TV work includes "ER (1994)", "Crossing Jordan (2001)", Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, "Roswell (1999)", "The X Files (1993)", and "Law & Order (1990)".
Film work includes: Randall Wallace's "We Were Soldiers (2002)", Tim McCanlies' "Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 (1998)", George M. Miller's "Andre (1994)", Clint Eastwood's "A Perfect World (1993)", Costa-Gavras' "Missing (1982)", Alex Cox's "Walker (1987)", Roger Donaldson's "Marie (1985)", Herbert Ross' "Protocol (1984)", John Gray's "Billy Galvin (1986)", Lee Grant's "Staying Together (1989)", and Marshall Brickman's "Simon (1980)".
Keith appeared on Broadway as Kim Feston in Howard Korder's "Search and Destroy" (1992). Keith also worked on Broadway as B.D. in Garry Trudeau's "Doonesbury" (1983) and made his Broadway debut in Stuart Gordon and bury St. Edmund's sci-fi epic adventure play "Warp!" (1973).
Off-Broadway work includes Hollywood Confidential in Peter Parnell's "Hyde and Hollywood" (1989), Joseph Dougherty's "Digby" (1985), and John Patrick Shanley's "Women of Manhattan" (1986) at Manhattan Theater Club, Nigel Williams' "Class Enemy" (1980) at The Players' Theater, Stephen Willem's "A Perfect Act of Contrition" (1987) at Manhattan Class Company and "Bleacher Bums" (1978) (which he also co-wrote) with The Organic Theater Company of Chicago.
Keith was a member of The Organic Theater of Chicago for six years (1972-1978), whose members included Joe Mantegna, Meshach Taylor, John Heard, Andre De Shields, and ]IMDB:Dennis Franz] under the artistic direction of Stuart Gordon. He also worked at The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, Yale Repertory Theatre, The Goodman Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Mickery in Amsterdam, New York's Second Stage, Cucaracha Theater of New York's "Underground Soap" and New York Stage and Film at The Powerhouse Theatre/Vassar. He greatly enjoys reading short stories for National Public Radio's "Selected Shorts" program, taped before live audiences at New York's Symphony Space and at the Getty in LA.
Books read on tape include: Tom Robbins' "FIERCE INVALIDS HOME FROM HOT CLIMATES" (Audie award for Best Unabridged Fiction--2001), William Least Heat-Moon's "BLUE HIGHWAYS", Michael Crichton's "RISING SUN", Lawrence Sanders' "THE SIXTH DEADLY SIN", Bruce J. Fierstein's "REAL MEN DON'T BOND", and Harry Stein's "MAGIC BULLET".
Keith attended the University of Chicago in Chicago, Illinois (his home town) and Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Keith currently resides with his eight year old son, Jack, and four year old son, Caleb, in Los Angeles. Other interests besides show business include scuba diving (advanced open water certified), softball, hiking, mountain biking, cooking, kick-boxing and writing.
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