Keith Duffy’s career began as part of one of Ireland’s most successful pop acts Boyzone.
Alongside his work with the band, Keith presented a number of television shows, including the VH1 FASHION AWARDS in New York and TV3’s THE BOX and has been an active patron of Irish Autism Action for several years.
As an actor Keith has appeared as Andy in ITV’s THE JOB LOT, in the role of Ciaran McCarthy in CORONATION STREET, in RTE’s drama THE CLINIC, in the BBC comedy BE MORE ETHNIC, in RTE’s FAIR CITY and RTE’s LOVE/HATE, and in BBC’s DEATH IN PARADISE.
Most recently Keith has featured in the TV series Battlechefs and BBC Film’s feature film MRS. BROWN’S BOYS D’MOVIE. Other feature films include ROBOCROC for UFO/NBC and the upcoming THE BLACK PRINCE for Brillstein Entertainment.
On stage Keith has appeared in DANDELIONS at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin, and in Druid Theatre Company’s nationwide tour of John B Keane’s BIG MAGGIE directed by Garry Hynes. He most recently appeared in Billy Roche’s A HANDFUL OF STARS for Theatre 503 and in the West End transfer at Trafalgar Studios.