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From TV to screen to stage: Charles Keating’s other world

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On the eve of the 11th anniversary of Another World’s final episode, Tony Award nominee and Daytime Emmy winner Charles Keating joins me to talk about life in his world. Keating, best known for his role of Carl Hutchins on the long running NBC daytime drama Another World has an impressive repertoire. Much to the delight of daytime audiences, Keating has had roles in other daytime staples such as As the World Turns, All My Children and Port Charles. In 1996, Keating won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of the evil turned romantic Carl Hutchins.
London-born Keating is no stranger to the British stage and screen. He’s appeared in British favorites like Brideshead Revisited, BBC2 Playhouse and Crown Court. Even with his television and screen successes, Keating has never migrated far away from the stage. In 1986, he starred on Broadway in Joe Orton’s Loot and went on to receive a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor. Recently he appeared in two performances of Critics, Fans and Fanatics - a lighthearted look at the good, bad and the ugly of theater criticism with his Another World co-star Victoria Wyndham. He has acted in several local stage productions including playing Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. From Shakespeare to Irna Philips, Charles Keating has taken the writer’s words and brought them to life for millions of fans around the world. Whether it’s Xena: Warrior Princess, Sex and the City or Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, a scene which includes Mr. Keating is sure to please even the most difficult theater critic.
Come spend an hour with Charles Keating and Silas Kain on BlogTalkRadio. Catch up with what he’s been doing these last eleven years and learn what keeps this man driven in perfecting his craft.

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