My Acting Demo Reel
My First Comedy Short
Robert has some news for his "best friend" Jon, who doesn't take it very well, especially when he learns it involves someone quite close to him. And Taylor Swift. A comedy short written by Robert Keller, directed by Carson Haight and Robert Keller, starring Robert Keller, Jon Champagne, and Jamie Champagne, edited by Stephane Allard.
Coverage of the 2015 Toronto Pride Parade for Daily Xtra
This video was shot on June 28, 2015 at the Pride Parade, the culmination of Toronto's annual Pride festival. It rained pretty much the whole time, but I'd say it was worth it!
My Stand Up
Here is a clip from my episode of No Kidding on the iChannel, originally broadcast in the summer of 2013:
Fresh Meat 2012
This was recorded live at the Fresh Meat showcase at the Toronto Second City Theatre on September 10, 2012:
This was recorded live at the Yuk Yuk's comedy club in downtown Toronto in August 2012:
Coming On to the Audience
A little "crowd work" (as we say in the "biz"), from a set I did at Absolute Comedy in Toronto on April 11, 2012:
On Girls Who Don't Get That I'm Gay
Isn't it painfully obvious? Apparently not to some.
On my Obsession with Céline Dion
In this clip, I explain why I'm just a little obsessed with Céline Dion. (Hint: it's because she's a total soul sister, girl-FREN! Big time!)
Gay Nerds, Episode 300
The series finale--a hilarious homage to Final Destination! And you can check out all of the earlier episodes--and lots of other awesome Gay Nerds stuff--at www.gaynerds.tv! Created, written, directed, and produced by J.P. Larocque.
My Céline Dion Impersonation
In this clip, Céline comments on the Opening Ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
Live at the Duplex
This video was recorded at the Duplex in New York City on April 24, 2008.
The Light Bulb
Shot in New York City in the fall of 2014. Written and directed by Varvara Abramova. The film can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here.
In this dramatic short film, shot in November 2011, I play Jason, a man whose betrayal by his wife send him into a destructive spiral. (So not a comedy.)
In June 2007, I was part of the cast of an independent short film entitled Stacked Deck, a cross between a film noir and a western, with a decidedly modern twist. It was a submission to the 48 Hour Film Project, an international short film competition in which every entry must be completed, from scratch, in under 48 hours. (It's amazing what you can accomplish when you just cut out sleep altogether.) On July 11, 2007, Stacked Deck was selected as one of the top 10 films of the New York City round of the competition. A screening and awards ceremony were held on Sunday, July 15, 2007 at the Two Boots Theater in Manhattan's East Village, where Stacked Deck took the titles of Runner-Up for both Best Editing and Best Director. You can watch the entire short film below.