Staying genuinely true to himself

Keo Woolford is a multi-disciplinary artist from Hawai'i. His resume is long and well deserved; Theatre credits include Pacific Overtures, Heading East, In My Father's House (Virgo Award-Best Actor), Bitter Cane, Karaoke Stories and The Greeks.

Keo recently starred as the King of Siam in a revival of The King And I at the London Palladium in London's West End, playing over 350 performances opposite Elaine Paige and Josie Lawrence.

Keo has appeared in films and television productions like True Vengeance, Social Grace, Happy, Texas and Hawai'i. As a pop vocalist, he was a member of the group Brownskin (Hawai'i's equivalent to N-Sync). Keo is also a prolific songwriter with several number one songs by various recording artists in Hawai'i.

As a part of the Hobo House Recording Team, Keo was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2002 for Best Reggae Album. His songs are featured in the films Kids In America and No One Will Ever Know.

Keo is also a dancer for Robert Cazimero's Halau Na Kamalei who recently won first place in the kahiko (traditional), auana (modern), overall men and overall festival categories at the 2005 Merrie Monarch Hula Competition in Hilo, Hawai'i.

Currently, Keo is performing on stage with excerpts from his inspirational and profound play titled, I Land. Written and performed by Keo, I Land is a one-man-show that will certify his many gifted talents and display an array of introspective messages to the world of many genres.

Stay tuned to all of Keo's projects and appearances. Please visit his official website at:

Best wishes to Keo Woolford…
May all your dreams come true!

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