Keegan-Michael Key

Keegan-Michael Key

Keegan-Michael Key

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

 

Keegan-Michael Key is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer. He got his start on the the sketch comedy series Mad TV, before starring in his own show Key & Peele on Comedy Central. He has starred in other shows, and has had supporting roles in several films including Let’s Be Cops, Tomorrowland, and Pitch Perfect 2. He recently made his Broadway debut in the comedy Meteor Shower.

Key has acted in the annual fundraiser for the Young Storytellers Foundations. The foundation works with school districts with the highest concentrations of poverty and students with low academic performance. He is also an ambassador for United Way for Southeastern Michigan, which aims to provide basic needs to present opportunities for those in the Detroit metro area who are not able to afford basic needs.

"They fight for people who can’t fight for themselves. If you see a wrongfully incarcerated person released from prison and look behind the curtain to see how it happened, you may find someone from RFK Human Rights."         -Keegan-Michael Key