Sunday, April 13, 2008

KEITH COLLINS THE FACE OF MANY THINGS

Randy Jones With Jamie-Lynn Sigler And Keith Collins


Keith Collins is fast becoming the most sought after rising star. With a breakout performance in Vh1’s newest TV Pilot “Games People Play”, Keith was also featured in the critically acclaimed feature film “Games People Play- New York”. Keith is one of the lead roles in the hit new comedy “The Gentleman” due out spring of 2008. Keith is signed on as one of the lead roles in the upcoming comedy feature film “Working Out” which starts production summer of 2008. Keith is also cast in the highly anticipated feature film “Anyone’s Son” and Keith will be playing one of the NJ State Troopers in the upcoming controversial feature film “4CHOSEN” with the projected cast of Laurence Fishburne,Billy Zane & Cybill Shepherd. Having had a recurring role on Fuse TV’s “The F List”, Keith was also the face of the brand new underwear line “PLAY” which was featured on billboards nationally. Keith who has modeled for Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Wilke Rodriguez, Ron Chereskin, French Connection and Nike has been featured in numerous national fashion & entertainment magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Glamour, Surface, Gotham, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Ocean Drive, DNR, Vegas, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Exit Weekly & Show Business Weekly. Keith has also appeared in a national Coors Light commercial along side basketball legend Charles Barkley. His other past TV appearances have included “Sex & the City” and the long running soap “Guiding Light”. Keith Collins is one of New York City’s top celebrity party promoters and is founder of KCM, Inc. www.U-emg.com. His reputation as an A-List event planner has led him to be featured in national publications & gossip columns such as New York Post’s Page Six and named NY’s Party King by the New York Daily News’ Rush & Molloy. Keith is an advocate for Tourette Syndrome and is featured in a national PSA advertisement to help raise more awareness. He brings this disorder to light by sharing his own personal struggles with TS. You can also visit the Tourette Syndrome page by clicking here.
Jones-Sigler-Collins Photo By: Derek Storm

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