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Paranormal Pete – Actor/Author Clete Keith

today October 25, 2022

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Join me next week with actor, author, writer, and director Clete Keith as we talk about his book, Ghosts of Greystone Beverly Hills. This book is a non-fiction account of the famous Doheny estate in Beverly Hills and the hundreds of accounts and documented paranormal activity. I can’t wait to get into some of the stories in this book!

Set on your couch to cozy and join us for some really spooky accounts of the paranormal! Catch the show at: Or, download the station app from your play store by searching “WLTKDB”.
Clete Keith began his entertainment career at age 17 acting in Repertory Theater. While in the theatre, Clete sharpened his skills not only as an actor, but also began writing and directing. His career continued with numerous television roles. Clete’s first film, which he wrote, starred in, and co-directed, was DEAD SILENCE, a.k.a. STARDUMB, a finalist in the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Clete wrote and starred in THE FOOL. This 35mm film was a finalist at both the Palm Springs Short Film Festival and the Hollywood Film Festival. Later that year, THE FOOL was rated one of the top 5 most watched short films on the Sci-Fi channel. Clete wrote, starred in, and directed the film INSTANT TRAUMA. TRAUMA won “Best Mockumentary” at the New York International Film and Video Festival and was highlighted at the Nashville Film Festival with a panel discussion about the film. INSTANT TRAUMA also landed Clete a seat on the writers’ panel at the Sedona Film Festival which included Ron Bass, Bo Goldman, and writer/director, Daniel Petrie Jr., and the highlighted film of this sold-out symposium. Clete then wrote and directed the feature 3 DAYS BLIND which won the Best Comedy Feature in the Toronto World of Comedy International Film Festival. In late 2010, Clete finished the screenplay GINORMOUS, a script about two characters who are completely different in height, background and age but have a common bond in their hearts. Clete then turned his pen to theater. He wrote THE DIFFERENT SHADES OF HUGH. HUGH had a 9-week run in Los Angeles capping it off with an excellent review from the Los Angeles Times. He went on to write 4 more plays: ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM, ANTIQUE WHITE, LIFE SUPPORT, and his latest, ROYAL.

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Begin October 25, 2022 H 10:00 pm
End October 25, 2022 H 11:00 pm
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