New York native Keith Collins is an award winning actor, producer and advocate. Collins has starred in and produced numerous feature films and has also worked alongside multiple Academy Award and Emmy winners and nominees. Over the years, Collins has appeared in diverse projects spanning film, television, national print advertisements, commercials and media publications.
Most recently, Collins starred in and produced the horror / thriller The Evangelist which signed for distribution with ITN Films & Sony Pictures Home Entertainment being released worldwide in 2017. Collins was the lead in the comedy film's The Jersey Devil & The Coffee Shop as well as the horror/thrillers Awake in the Woods, Gravedigger and The Meat Puppet a film (Collins created, starred and produced; was awarded best actor in a feature film at the 2012 Atlantic City Cinefest Film Festival) all of these films were distributed worldwide in 2015.
Collins' additional film credits include the national theatrically released film Games People Play: New York (a memorable role where his character has Tourette Syndrome), Stuck in the Middle, Echelon 8, controversial film O.B.A.M Nude, theatrically released An Affirmative Act, The Life Zone, The Great Fight, Little Big Boy, A Fight For Survival, international released film Avantgarde, Reunion 108 and many more.
Collins appeared in a nationally televised Coors Light commercial alongside basketball legend Charles Barkley, has been featured on Sex & the City and the soap Guiding Light. He also had a recurring role on Fuse TV The F List.
Collins was the face of underwear line "Play" and was featured nationally in 2006. He has also modeled for Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Wilke Rodriguez, Ron Chereskin, French Connection and Nike. He has been featured in numerous national fashion and industry magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Surface, Gotham, Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Ocean Drive, DNR, Vegas, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, & Show Business Weekly.
Collins has also been billed as one of NYC's former top celebrity party promoters and A-list event planner. He is the founder of KCM, Inc. and has been named in national publications and gossip columns such as New York Post's Page Six, The New York Daily News' Confidential and Rush & Molloy.
Keith Collins is an advocate for Tourette Syndrome and brings this disorder to light by sharing his own personal struggles with the disorder.