Keiron is most widely known for playing hapless dentist Roger Bailey Jnr in BBC1 sitcom My Family. Other television includes High Hopes, Lucky Bag and the upcoming The Mimic series 2.
He also plays Phil in recent film release Benny and Jolene from Verve Pictures.
Keiron has extensive stage experience. Roles include – Hamlet, Henry V, Orlando in As You Like It, Valmont in Dangerous Liasons (Mappa Mundi), Father in Love and Money (Waking Exploits) Angus in Neville’s Island (BlackRat), Buttons and Much in pantomimes Cinderella and Robin Hood (Riverfront Theatre, Newport and Hiss and Boo)
He is also a regular on radio, working extensively on BBC Radio Two, Radio Four and BBC Wales.
He is currently appearing in A History of Falling Things at The New Vic Theatre and will be touring as Malcolm in Bedroom Farce for Black Rat in the autumn.
Keiron is also a writer, for stage and screen. Theatre credits include – Cyrano, Aesops Fables and The White Feather (Theatr Na Nog), The Canterbury Tales, Moll Flanders (Mappa Mundi). For TV – Shaun the Sheep (Aardman) Sadie J (CBBC) Groove High (Disney) That Mitchell and Webb Look, Lucky Bag. He and his writing partner Giles New currently have sitcoms in development for BBC1 and Tidy Productions and two feature films, The Canterville Ghost (Sprout and Space Age Films) and Ice-cream Dream Machine with Film Agency Wales.