Brian Keith Overview:

Actor, Brian Keith, was born Robert Keith Richey Jr. on Nov 14, 1921 in Bayonne, NJ. Keith died at the age of 75 on Jun 24, 1997 in Malibu, CA .



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick: Oh darn!
Mitch Evers: What's the matter?
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick: Well, I've got a wet dishcloth on and I put some knots in it. Open it for me!
Mitch Evers: Maggie, as long as everybody's apologizing, I think maybe I better do mine too. I mean about the other night, well, I didn't mean for it to sound like uh... I guess I'm not very good with the compliments what growing up out here with the cows...
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick: Oh now, don't give me that old "growing up with the cows routine"! You handed me that years ago!
Mitch Evers: I did not!
Margaret 'Maggie' McKendrick: You certainly did!
Mitch Evers: Well it worked didn't it? You liked it!

Lt. Col. Morris Langdon: [after Alison Langdon's houseboy Anacleto falls down the stairs] I wish you'd broken your goddam neck!

Verbena 'Ever's Housekeeper': You didn't know what a good thing you had when you had it.
Mitch Evers: Huh?

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Brian Keith Facts
Plays the role of a historical president of the United States in both of John Milius's films about Theodore Roosevelt. In The Wind and the Lion (1975) he co-starred as Roosevelt himself. In the prequel, Rough Riders (1997) (TV), he had a bit part as TR's predecessor, William McKinley (at a time when Roosevelt was President McKinley's Assistant Secretary of the Navy).

His daughter Daisy Keith co-starred with him on his final show "Heartland" (1989).

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