Steven Keats was actor for film, television, and theater. The collections comprises scripts related to Keats's career.
Steven Keats was born in New York, 1945. He graduated from Manhattan's High School for the Performing Arts and then served
in Viet Nam (1965-1966) before attending the Yale School of Drama and Montclair State College. Keats made his Broadway debut
in the second cast of
Oh! Calcutta (1970). His film roles include
Death Wish, and
Black Sunday. His television roles include
The Awakening Land and
The Executioner's Song. Keats died May 1994 of an apparent suicide.
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