( b. Oct 22, 1941 London, ENGLAND - d. Aug 09, 2014 Weston, Connecticut, USA ) Male
Keating was a stage actor who was best known for his long run as the villainous Carl Hutchins on the soap opera "Another World".
Mr. Keating was nominated for four Daytime Emmys, and received the award for outstanding lead actor in a drama series in 1996. Charles Keating was a trained Shakespearean actor and was born in London. His family immigrated to Canada when he was a teenager. At 19, he tried out for a play in nearby Niagara Falls. Soon enough, he was working at the Cleveland Play House and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. As part of the Minnesota Theatre Company, he acted on Broadway in The House of Atreus and The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, which played in rep in 1968.
He moved back to England when Tyrone Guthrie asked him to open the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England, in 1971. He stayed in the U.K. for 12 years, appearing with the Royal Shakespeare Company and at the Chichester Festival Theatre.
In 1986, he appeared in a revival of Joe Orton's cutting farce Loot, and was Tony-nominated for his work. The show had started Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club.
Other Off-Broadway productions during the '80s and '90s included A Man For All Seasons, The Doctor's Dilemma, Light Up the Sky, You Never Can Tell and Pygmalion. He was in the 2003 musical A Man of No Importance at Lincoln Center, in which he played Oscar Wilde.
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