27 February 1935
|Occupation||actor, radio personality, author|
|Years active||early 1950s-present|
He has toured widely in a one-man show called The Love-Hungry Farmer, an adaptation by Keogh from a work by the Irish playwright John B. Keane. He has also appeared in a one-man show of Confessions of an Irish Publican by the same playwright.
For approximately 35 years, Keogh hosted a weekly radio program for RTÉ's Light Programme called Music for Middlebrows. It was also the name of book on the subject he wrote in 1998.
During early 2016 he starred with Derry Power in The Quiet Land by Bairbre Ni Chaoimh at Bewley's Theatre Café, Dublin.
|1970||The McKenzie Break||Guard||Uncredited|
|1970||Ryan's Daughter||Lanky private|
|1971||Flight of the Doves||Ticket Man||Uncredited|
|1977||Philadelphia, Here I Come||Dr.Francis King|
|2014||The Legend of Longwood||Cedric Higgins|
|2016||Sing Street||Brother Barnabas|
- "Music for middlebrows". Open Library. Retrieved 17 January 2011.