Keisuke left his native NYC for LA in 1993 with an MS in Technical Communication from RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute); a career as a multimedia designer (with IBM, AT&T, and NCR); and a surprising resume of starring roles in classic musicals like My Fair Lady, Anything Goes, and 1776. While working for AT&T, he began working in commercials and has starred in more than 60 of them to date.
Keisuke left NCR to be a full-time actor; his 30+ TV and film credits now include Heroes; Parenthood; Hawthorne; and Monk. He also wrote and produced Memoirs of a Ninja (The World's First Martial Arts Musical Comedy), which won five Maddy Awards, five Garland nominations, and was named one of the "Best Shows of 2000" by Nite Life After Dark magazine.
Keisuke is the co-founder, Director of Communications, and Resident Actor of the New York Summer Music Festival (NYSMF), a summer music camp for ages 12-25.