Keith Wann


Keith Wann was born in San Jose, CA on January 4th, 1969 and is the Comedian. At the age of 55, Keith Wann biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 4, 1969
United States
Place of Birth
San Jose, CA
55 years old
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Comedian, Stage Actor
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Keith Wann Life

Keith Wann has been performing since 2002, beginning with an ASL Improv group, and then in 2004 began his solo career, which soon took off in 2006 thanks to his viral You Tube parody of Vanilla Ice's "Ice Baby."


Keith Wann Career


Keith Wann is an American comedian and performance artist. He was born on January 4, 1969, the child of two deaf adults. He has turned his lifelong obsessions with American Sign Language into a performance art show. He appeals to all hearing, deaf, and hard-of-hearing audiences. Wann takes his audience on a "visual" journey into his childhood experiences in his act. Watching Two Worlds Collide, his new film. Keith has appeared on Law & Order - "The Silencer" also appeared, and he worked with as a consultant. In Mosdeux's Resonare film "How I Killed My Girlfriend's Cat," Keith played a demented character and shortly will appear as a prisoner. Keith is on tour with teaching workshops and interpreting on Broadway. Many ASL students have used Keith Wann's Monthly ASL song club to help them learn sign language in an artistic way.


A white sign-language interpreter SETTLES has been charged with Lion King Broadway, according to the White supremacy interpreter, November 26, 2022
Keith Wann, 53, said that the company's staff ASL interpreters for the non-profit Theatre Development Fund were refused from the Broadway Lion King show (inset) because they were white representing black characters. Wann filed a lawsuit two weeks ago against the group and Lisa Carling, the organization's accessibility coordinator, who claimed she was ordered to dismiss Wann on behalf of ASL director Shelly Guy (right). Following backlash against the deaf community's lawsuit, the interpreter has since announced that the lawsuit has been settled. The matter between myself and TDF has been sorted out, and both sides are content with the talks that followed,' Wann wrote in a social media post announcing the settlement.

According to a sign language interpreter on Broadway, Lion King was shot because of being white, November 13, 2022
Keith Wann, 53, reported that the company that hired interpreters for the Great White Way, the non-profit Theatre Development Fund, had taken him and another performer off the show. After over a decade of performing elsewhere on Broadway, the interpreter was only hired to work on the show in March. In addition, the performance costs $1,000 a show. Wann is bringing a lawsuit against the Theatre Development Fund and Lisa Carling, the non-profit's accessibility services' director.