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Keegan-Michael Key
Keegan-Michael Key
Biographical information
Full name

Keegan-Michael Key

Born

March 22, 1971

Birthplace

Detroit, Michigan

Career information
Occupation

Actor, comedian, producer, writer

Years

1999–present

Work

The Lion King (2019 film)

Keegan-Michael Key is an actor, comedian, producer, and writer. He voices Kamari in the 2019 remake of The Lion King.

Biography

Kay is the adopted son of social workers Michael Key and Patricia Walsh. His biological and adoptive fathers are both African-American, and his biological and adoptive mothers are both Caucasian; he later met his biological mother, Carrie Herr.[1] He later also discovered that he had two half-brothers who were both already deceased, one of them comic book writer Dwayne McDuffie.[2]

Key has had supporting roles in several films, including Let's Be Cops, Tomorrowland, and Pitch Perfect 2.

Media

References

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