Keegan-Michael Key

writer, actor and producer

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Writer, actor, producer and comedian; star of Comedy Central's Key & Peele

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Keegan-Michael Key is one half of the hit Comedy Central duo Key & Peele. This week, after five seasons and much acclaim, Key and Jordan Peele wrap up the series.

Keegan-Michael Key on the End of 'Key & Peele,' What's Next

Keegan-Michael Key is one half of the hit Comedy Central duo Key & Peele. This week, after five seasons and much acclaim, Key and Jordan Peele wrap up the series.

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