Mr Bean Look Alike Steve Keefe, known affectionately as Mr Asbean, is available for personal appearances as the ideal choice (with teddy bear). Mr Asbean is available for promotions, advertising and marketing projects.
Always in demand for European enquiries and especially popular in Germany. Bespoke appearances can sometimes be arranged. Maybe you’re looking for a Brand Ambassador. Mr Bean Look Alike Steve Keefe is ideal! Steve Keefe is a member of Equity.
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Mr Bean Look Alike – Steve Keefe Mr Asbean
Steve said “People kept telling me I was like Bean. Before I knew it, I was doing birthday parties, music festivals and making public appearances as a Bean look alike.”
Mr. Bean is a British sitcom created by Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis, produced by Tiger Aspect Productions, and starring Atkinson as the title character. The sitcom consisted of 15 episodes that were co-written by Atkinson, alongside Curtis and Robin Driscoll; for the pilot, it was co-written by Ben Elton.
14 of the episodes were broadcast on ITV, beginning with the pilot on 1 January 1990, until “The Best Bits of Mr. Bean”, a compilation episode, on 15 December 1995. The fourteenth episode, “Hair by Mr. Bean of London”, was not broadcast on television, until 25 August 2006 on Nickelodeon.
Although Mr. Bean is the only significant character in the programme, others appear, usually as foils for his various antics. Other than his girlfriend there are more characters in each episode.
However, several notable British actors and comedians appear alongside Atkinson in sketches as various one-off supporting characters, including Owen Brenman, Richard Briers, Roger Sloman, Angus Deayton, Stephen Frost, Nick Hancock, Christopher Ryan, Paul Bown, Caroline Quentin, Danny La Rue, Roger Brierley, Roger Lloyd-Pack, Rupert Vansittart, David Battley, David Schneider, Richard Wilson and Rudolph Walker. Vansittart and Walker would later appear alongside Atkinson in The Thin Blue Line. (Wikipedia).