Nathan Barnatt

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Nathan Barnatt
Born Nathan James Barnatt
(1981-02-02) February 2, 1981 (age 33)
Milford, Massachusetts,
United States
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actor, comedian, dancer, filmmaker
Website
http://www.nathanbarnatt.com/

Nathan James Barnatt (born February 2, 1981) is an American actor, comedian, dancer, and filmmaker.[1] Barnatt appeared on Comedy Central's The Gong Show with Dave Attell in 2008, on Comedy Central's Ghosts/Aliens pilot in 2009, and on This Show Will Get You High in 2010. In 2012, Barnatt developed a show with Adult Swim based on his Keith Apicary character called Youth Large. The Youth Large pilot was written by Barnatt, his brother Seth, and Paul Cummings (who is also the director). However, Adult Swim passed on the pilot but it was released online on August 2014.

Barnatt is a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in Hollywood California. He is also an amateur dancer, as displayed in his videos including a Kimberly Cole audition session.[2] Because of his dancing and physical comedy skills, he was set to be the lead dancing clown for Michael Jackson's cancelled This Is It concerts before dropping out to work on a Comedy Central pilot.

His popularity in the Kimberly Cole audition video has led him to appear in the music video for Kimberly Cole's "U Make Me Wanna" in his Keith Apicary character.[3] Barnatt also appeared in character in a music video for "Let It Roll" by Flo Rida.[4]

Barnatt was featured on the front cover of LA Weekly magazine, covering his success on YouTube. He has also stopped making his Talking Classics series in order to experiment on creating and playing different characters.

Keith Apicary discography[edit]

  • Neo Geo: Four Bright Buttons and Two Joysticks (a.k.a. Neo Geo or Four Bright Buttons and Two Joysticks)
  • Classic Gaming Wiz
  • Sonic the Hedgesong
  • Virtual Boy Song
  • Dreamcast 2 (first excerpt featured in the Talking Classics episode "Keith Dreams of Dreamcast")
  • T.M.N.T.S.O.N.G.
  • Say Gah
  • Keith of Rage

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