Keith trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Keith created the one man show Eve: All About Her which played at The Gilded Balloon at the Edinburgh Fringe 2022. He was awarded The Stage Edinburgh Award for Acting Excellence for his critically acclaimed performance along with the David Johnson Emerging Talent Award. He was also nominated for the Scottish Theatre Awards and Brighton Fringe Award.
Keith enjoyed tremendous success in the lead role of Rach, in the UK Premiere of Dave Molloy's Preludes at Southwark Playhouse, which was also later revived as a concert version and live-streamed digitally. This role that saw him nominated for Best Male Performance at The Offies.
Other stage credits include: The Painter in Amour (Charing Cross Theatre); Doug in the world premiere of The Cereal Cafe (The Other Palace); Lieutenant Machan/Private Edwards in Dr Scroggy's War and Lucius in Julius Caesar (both at the Globe); Arty in Lost in Yonkers (Watford Palace Theatre); Gabriel Sculley in Portia Coughlin (The Old Red Lion); Billy in Billy the Musical (The Union Theatre); Peter Pan in Peter Pan (Qdos/Glasgow SECC).
Television credits include: Matt in Casualty (BBC); Kyle Cleaver in Doctors (BBC); Joe Blake in Shetland (BBC); Stewart McAndrew in several series of New Tricks (BBC); and Michael in Little Crackers (Pirate Productions).
Keith is also a recognised cabaret artist at venues including: the Black Cat Cabaret at the Crazy Coqs, Wilton’s Music Hall and the Spiegeltent at London Wonderground.
Keith is in Eve: All About Her at The Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe 2022 for which he has been awarded The Stage Edinburgh Award 2022
"Keith Ramsay is engrossing" ...
"Ramsay's breathtaking Stormy Weather is worth the price of the ticket to Edinburgh alone"...
"This is total theatre, cabaret-style and Ramsay seems to drain every ounce of electricity from the spotlight." * * * * * - Paul Vale, The Stage
"He has a rich and versatile voice and a wonderfully expressive face, with something of the silent film star about him."
"He’s a force on stage. It feels like you’re watching an act of possession."
- reviews editor Natasha Tripney - The Stage