News

Short film shoot (July 2019)
Had the pleasure of working on For The Record, a new short film set in a hip vintage record store. Looking forward to watching it on vinyl!

Bless This Mess Screenings (June/July 2019)
The short film I exec produced and starred in opposite Midori Francis screened at Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse as well as at several NYC festivals, earning several nominations and awards.

Published in Points in Case (May 2019)
I wrote a comedy article for Points in Case about how my biggest issue with the final season of Game of Thrones was that it just wasn’t season four of Cheers. Check it out here.

Commercial shoot in Philly (May 2019)
Shot a very fun new national commercial on a farm outside Philadelphia and got to hang out with some cows between takes.

Profiled for DC Metro Theater Arts (April 2019)
I had the pleasure of chatting with Deb Miller about Puffs and my career in general — check her piece out here.

My episode of At Home with Amy Sedaris aired (April 2019)
If you want to see the comical height difference between me and the insanely talented Amy Sedaris, you can watch our scene here.

Commercial shoot in DC (April 2019)
Took a quick trip down to DC for a couple days to shoot a new commercial. Missed the cherry blossoms by about a week but had a great shoot!

New Comedy Central sketch (March 2019)
I had an awesome time re-teaming with the folks at Comedy Central to create this new sketch about an app that helps you deal with your existential crises — check it out here.

Shot a new national commercial (February 2019)
Got to travel upstate to shoot a very cool one-take commercial on a custom-built sound stage. A really fun experience with a great team!

Shooting Comedy Central series Alternatino (December 2018)
Had a great time on set with Arturo Castro and the other funny folks behind the new series Alternatino — can’t wait for this one to come out!

New commercial for NFL Shop (November 2018)
Click here to watch me carry a truly impressive amount of swag in this new national commercial.

Taking over full-time in Puffs (November 2018)
I’m very excited to step in full-time as Cedric beginning November 16th. Come see us at New World Stages!

Shooting At Home with Amy Sedaris (September 2018)
I was really fortunate to get to play a role in the upcoming second season of Amy Sedaris’ brilliant brainchild. It was a blast to be in that world — many thanks to the cast and crew!

Joining the cast of Puffs at New World Stages! (August 2018)
I'm thrilled to join the off-Broadway theater world by becoming a swing for this amazing show about the other people who went to school with a certain boy wizard, which recently celebrated its 500th performance!

I Digress shoot (August 2018)
Got to play a well-meaning but just supremely boring dude in Krysta Nylen's pilot about a woman navigating the dating world in an era of social media perfection. 

Double Jeopardy at UCB Hell's Kitchen (Summer 2018)
The sketch show I co-wrote and performed in finished up its six-month run at UCB in August with a streak of packed houses and great reception.

Georgica Shoot (June 2018)
Very excited to work for a few days on this short film -- created by some of the writers and producers of The Americans -- playing a tan, tatted-up lifeguard (so, basically, myself).

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert  (May 2018)
I starred in a very fun, very hard-hitting sketch about Swedish meatballs and where they really come from (check it out here). 

Siggi's Yogurt Commercial (May 2018)
I played my dream role of overly considerate boyfriend in a new commercial for delicious yogurt -- watch it here.

Podcast with Jesse Eisenberg (April 2018)
I was lucky enough to be a part of Jesse Eisenberg's audio story for The Truth podcast about how he doomed the 1993 Phoenix Suns -- listen here.

Live Shows

PUFFS At New World Stages

I’m currently playing the famously handsome boy wizard Cedric off-Broadway in Puffs, eight shows a week at New World Stages.

Come see us anytime!

Tix and info: www.puffstheplay.com

“Keith Rubin is a rising star in New York.”
DC Metro Theater Arts