American actor known for his deep voice.
He is not David Keith. What he is, is an awesome singer.
Also, don't mess with his fries.
- Adventure Time - Flame King
- Armageddon - The Air Force general who suggests blasting the asteroid with 50 nukes.
- The Big House - Clarence Cleveland
- The Cape - Max Malini
- The Chronicles of Riddick - Abu 'Imam' al-Walid
- Community - Narrator for the episode "Pillows and Blankets, spoofing his work on Ken Burns' documentaries
- Coraline - The Cat
- Civilization V - One quote in the trailer
- Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy - Chaos
- ER - Pastor Watkins
- Fallout - Decker
- Gamer - Agent Keith
- Gargoyles - Goliath, Officer Morgan, and Thailog
- Halo - The Arbiter
- Hercules - Apollo
- House of Mouse - Mufasa (replacing James Earl Jones)
- The Job - Lieutenant Williams
- Justice League - Despero
- Justice League: The New Frontier - The Center
- Mass Effect / Mass Effect 2 / Mass Effect 3 - Captain/Councilor/Admiral Anderson
- Mister Rogers' Neighborhood: Keith the Southwood Carpenter
- Modern Warfare 2 - Sergeant Foley (who will make you DO EVERYTHING!)
- Planescape: Torment - Vhailor
- Platoon - King
- The Princess and the Frog - Dr. Facilier, providing his singing voice as well.
- Princess Mononoke - Okkoto (in the dub)
- Psych - Bill Guster
- The Quick and the Dead - Lt. Cantrell
- Requiem for a Dream - "Little" John
- Saints Row - Julius Little
- 7th Heaven - Stanley Sunday
- Spawn in multiple animated appearances
- The Spectacular Spider-Man - Tombstone (only in the first episode)
- There's Something About Mary - Mary's stepfather
- Teen Titans - Atlas
- They Live - Frank Armitage
- The Thing - Childs
- Transformers - Barricade (sadly, only in the video games)
- Final Space - Superior Stone
As might be imagined, someone with his unique voice is often in demand as something other than an actor. Specifically, he makes an excellent narrator for such things as:
- City Confidential, the narration of which he took over after Paul Winfield's death.
- Comic Book Superheroes: Unmasked (a documentary for the History Channel)
- Empires: Egypt's Golden Empire
- Ken Burns' Jazz (a documentary series)
- New York: A Documentary Film (the first three episodes; these were later recycled for the series The American Experience)
- United States Armed Forces commercials
- The War, possibly the definitive World War II documentary in recent years
- WWE documentaries and DVDs, for which David has occasionally narrated.