22 October 1941
Mary (1963–present) 2 children
Charles Keating is a British actor of stage, screen, and television, and narrator of audiobooks.
Of Irish Catholic extraction, Keating was born on 22 October 1941 in
London, England, the son of Charles James Keating and Margaret Shevlin . He appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon before turning to television (he was in the pilot episode of the long-running ITV series in 1972), winning the role of Rex Mottram in Crown Court ITV's celebrated adaptation of . Brideshead Revisited
Among other soap roles, he is best known for his role as reformed villain Carl Hutchins on the American
soap opera from 1983 to 1985, and again from 1991 to 1998 with a final appearance in 1999. After the show's demise, he returned to stage acting and to Shakespeare, most notably in a two-person show with Another World Another World actress Victoria Wyndham.
He had also had a role as a
professor at a Caribbean medical school which catered to Americans in the short-lived ABC sitcom, , as well as a guest role on Going to Extremes , in which he played an artist obsessed with painting " Sex and the City cunts". In 2005, he had a supporting role in the movie , starring Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Rob Schneider.
Broadway roles include
by Loot Joe Orton (1986), (1968), and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (1968) which comprised the shows The House of Atreus , Agamemnon , and Choephori . More recently (2001), he played the role of Carney/Oscar Wilde in the Eumenides Lincoln Center Theater Performance of . In 2007, he played the role of Clement O'Donnell in the A Man of No Importance Guthrie Theater production of by The Home Place Brian Friel.
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Michael Zaslow, (1994) Guiding Light
Justin Deas, (1995) Guiding Light
Charles Keating, (1996) Another World
Justin Deas, (1997) Guiding Light
Eric Braeden, (1998) The Young and the Restless
Anthony Geary, (1999) General Hospital
Anthony Geary, (2000) General Hospital
David Canary, (2001) All My Children
Peter Bergman, (2002) The Young and the Restless
Maurice Benard, (2003) General Hospital