In May 2003, Keith was one of numerous actors involved in Starfury's End of Days Angel convention. Others include Amy Acker (Fred), Julie Benz (Darla), Andy Hallett (Lorne), Vincent Kartheiser (Connor), Daniel Dae Kim (Gavin), Juliet Landau (Druisilla), and Stephanie Romanov (Lilah).
Keith has singing credits for four songs off of the album for Doonesbury: A Broadway Musical.
Keith Szarabajka's contract for his role of Mickey Kostmayer on The Equalizer demanded Keith's name to be in the credits, regardless of whether Keith was in the episode or not.
Keith Szarabajka has made a record of his reading Ron Carlson's "The H Street Sledding Record".
Keiths reads several books-on-tape, from writers such as Michael Crichton, Bruce J. Fierstein, William Least Heat-Moon, Tom Robbins, and Harry Stein.
Keith Szarabajka's voice has been used numerous times, for minor characters in video games. Some of these are Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge, Enter the Matrix, EverQuest II: Desert of Flames, Gladius, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, Rainbow Six: Lockdown, Spider-Man 2, and The Bard's Tale.
In the video game Soviet Strike, Keith voices President Yeltsin.
Keith does a remarkable job voice-acting charater Wolverine in the 2005 video game Ultimate Spider-Man.
Keith Szarabajka lends his voice to Efreet, in the video game Tales of Symphonia.
In the Star Wars video game Force Commander, Keith lends his voice as the Dewback Trooper, the Infiltaror and Tie Fighter pilots.
In the video game Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble, Keith voices Jet Black.
In the video game Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse, Keith voices Boss, Dmitri Yuriev, and Captain Vanderkam.
Keith has done both on and off-broadway acting.
Keith's last name, Szarabajka, is pronounced "sarah-bike-ah". It means "Dark Tale" in Polish.
Keith Szarabajka (about Angel): In the scene in which I had to confront my vampire daughter; I had no problem crying on every take. I was constantly weeping.
Keith Szarabajka: I figure you're here 'cause you need some whacko who's willing to stick his finger in the fan. So who are we helping?
Keith Szarabajka: I like things that are kind of nasty, satirical, and a little black in their humor.