Keith Szarabajka attended the University of Chicago and Trinity University in San Antonio. From 1972 through 1978 he trained with the Organic Theater in Chicago. He married to Jennifer Meta Stewart in the late 1980’s and they have two sons, Caleb and Jack. He stands at 5’9”, weighs about 180 lbs, has hazel-green eyes and brown hair.
Keith has had many recurring and guest roles in TV shows through out his career. He is probably most famous from his role on “The Equalizer” as Mickey Kostmayer. He has had recurring roles on such popular shows as Angel, 24 and Law & Order. He has guest starred on many shows including Charmed, ER, Babylon 5 and Star Trek: Voyager.
He starred in the Stephen King TV/mini series The Golden Years, in which he played a 70 year old janitor named Harlan. He endured about 6 hours of make each day to age himself for this role. He also was part of the cast in the Heaven & Hell: North & South, Book III, TV mini series as Captain Venable. He has done many TV movies through out career, including Nightlife, The Face of Rage and Unnatural Pursuits.
Keith has been part of several big screens movies. Those include A Perfect World, Missing, Protocol and Warning Sign. On Broadway, he played David Carson in Warp, BD in Doonesbury and Kim Feston in Search and Destroy. He has also been involved in several off Broadway productions.
Keith has done a lot of voice work in his career. He has contributed to many animated series including Teen Titans, The Wild Thornberrys and The Mummy. He has also contributed his voice to narrating several audio books like Seize the Night and Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz. He has narrated several books from various writers such as Michael Crichton, Bruce J. Fierstein, Tom Robbins and Harry Stein.
Keith has also voice several characters in video games: some being Command & Conquer: Yuri’s Revenge, Enter the Matrix, Everquest II: Desert of Flames, Gladius, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, Rainbow Six: Lockdown, Spiderman 2 and the Bard’s Tale. In Star Wars: Force Commander, he voices the Dewback trooper, Tie Fighter pilots and the Infiltrator. He is the voice of Wolverine in the 2005 game The Ultimate Spider-man and President Yeltsin in Soviet Strike. He is Efreet in Tales of Symphonia and Jet Black in Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble. He has done many characters for the Xenosaga series. He provides the voice for Vanderkam and is the second person to voice this character. He also provided the voices for Boss and Dmitri Yuriev in Episode II.
Keith Szarabajka's Scores
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|Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (PSP)||Oct 21, 2008||(Voice) Venom / (Voice) Venom||2.5|
|Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (PS2)||Oct 21, 2008||Voice Actor: Venom / Voice Actor: Venom||4.1|
|Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (PS3)||Oct 21, 2008||Venom/Miscellaneous (Voice) / Venom/Miscellaneous (Voice)||7.7|
|Dead Space (X360)||Oct 13, 2008||Voice: Dr. Terrence Kyne / Voice: Dr. Terrence Kyne||8.7|
|Dead Space (PS3)||Oct 13, 2008||Voice Of Dr. Terrence Kyne / Voice Of Dr. Terrence Kyne||8.8|
|Condemned 2: Bloodshot (PS3)||Mar 18, 2008||Inferi / Inferi||8.2|
|Condemned 2: Bloodshot (X360)||Mar 11, 2008||Patron/Inferi, Speedballer VA / Patron/Inferi, Speedballer VA||8.6|
|Mass Effect (X360)||Nov 20, 2007||Additional Voices / Additional Voices||8.7|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (PS3)||Mar 30, 2007||Voice: Emile / Voice: Emile||6.7|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (WII)||Nov 28, 2006||Voice: Emile / Voice: Emile||7.3|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (PC)||Nov 7, 2006||Voice: Emile / Voice: Emile||5.2|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (PS2)||Oct 24, 2006||Emile / Emile||8.2|
|Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent (X360)||Oct 17, 2006||Emile / Emile||8.0|
|Ultimate Spider-Man (PS2)||Sep 22, 2005||Voice: Wolverine / Voice: Wolverine||7.4|
|Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Bose (PS2)||Feb 15, 2005||Boss / Boss / Dmitri Yuriev / Dmitri Yuriev / Vanderkam / Vanderkam||8.4|
|Spider-Man 2 (PS2)||Jun 28, 2004||Mr. Aziz / Mr. Aziz||8.9|
|Gladius (PS2)||Oct 28, 2003||Additional Voices / Additional Voices||7.8|
|Pirates: The Legend of Black Kat (PS2)||Feb 17, 2002||Voice - Hawke / Voice - Hawke||8.0|