MICHAEL KEATON (Ray Kroc) first gained national attention in the hit comedy “Night Shift” followed by starring roles in such comedies as “Mr. Mom” and “Johnny Dangerously.”
In 1989 Keaton earned the Best Actor Award from the National Society of Film Critics for “Clean and Sober” and Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice.” Keaton re-teamed with Burton to play the title role in the blockbusters “Batman” and “Batman Returns.”
Keaton starred in HBO’s critically-acclaimed “Live From Baghdad,” and received a Golden Globe nomination for his stirring performance as a reporter in Baghdad during the Gulf War. Keaton also starred in “Game Six,” the story of the historic 1986 World Series Mets vs. Boston Red Sox game. In addition, he had a starring role in the TNT mini-series “The Company” the dramatic story of how the CIA operated during the Cold War.
In 2007, Keaton made his directorial debut with and also starred in the drama “The Merry Gentleman” and the film was accepted by the Sundance Film Festival 2008. In addition, Keaton was the voice of the iconic toy Ken in Disney’s “Toy Story 3,” the latest addition to the successful and endearing franchise. Keaton also starred in the comedy feature “The Other Guys” with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg and was featured in the 2014 film “Robocop.”
Having received Golden Globe, Critics Choice and IFC Spirit Awards for his work in “Birdman,” Keaton recently finished shooting “Spotlight” on location with Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams for director Thomas McCarthy. The film is the story of the Boston Globe’s expose of the pedophile scandal in the Catholic Church.