Keythe Farley

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Keythe Farley (born Keith Farley in 1963) is a voice actor, casting director, and voice director.

Keythe is a graduate of UCLA and is an active member of the Actors' Gang and Evidence Room theatre companies. Keythe has written for, produced and/or voice-directed episodes of "Rugrats", "As Told By Ginger" and "The Wild Thornberries" for Klasky/ Csupo Inc. Keythe is also the co-author of "Bat Boy: The Musical" (with Brian Flemming and Laurence O'Keefe) which is the recipient of the 2001 Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel Awards for Best Off-Broadway Musical.

Filmography[edit]

Animated Roles[edit]

Film Roles[edit]

Shorts[edit]

  • 2008: Rockwall as Gus

TV series roles[edit]

  • 1991: Gabriel's Fire as Adam Bryce (1 episode, "A Prayer for the Goldsteins")
  • 1991: Full House as Max Dobson / Waiter (2 episodes)
  • 1992: Sisters as Director (1 episode, "The Best Seats in the House"
  • 1994: Beverly Hills, 90210 as Jules (1 episode, "Walsh Goes to Washington"
  • 1995: The Boys Are Back as David (in epiosde, "Bad Hair Day")
  • 1996: Star Trek: Voyager as Vidiian (1 episode, "Deadlock")
  • 1997: The Naked Truth as a waiter (1 episode, "The Dating Game")
  • 1999: Rugrats as Radio announcer (1 episode, "Pedal Pusher/Music")
  • 2001: Dead Last as Dick Dudley (1 episode, "Laughing It Up")
  • 2014: The Legend of Korra as Captain / Dai Li Agent (1 episode, "Long Live the Queen")

Video Game Roles[edit]

Crew Work[edit]

Trivia[edit]

In the movie Last Action Hero, Keythe Farley is listed in the credits of the movie-within-the-movie Jack Slater III as playing "himself".

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