This article is written from the Real World perspective Stan Lee
This article is written from the Real World perspective Stan Lee
Keith David
Keith David
Born Keith David Williams
June 4, 1956 (1956-06-04) (age 61)
Harlem, New York
Characters played Black Panther

Keith David Williams (born on June 4th, 1956) is an actor who played Black Panther/T'Challa on Fantastic Four, FBI Agent Mosley on Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, and Tombstone/Big Man on The Spectacular Spider-Man.


He is remembered as Goliath in the Gargoyles franchise, the titular character in the Spawn animated franchise, Imam in the Pitch Black franchise, the Arbiter in the Halo franchise, David Anderson in the Mass Effect franchise, and Julius Little in the Saints Row franchise.

Other notable works include Disco Godfather, The Thing, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Platoon, They Live, Road House, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, The Puppet Masters, The Quick and the Dead, Dead Presidents, Aladdin: The Animated Series, The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat, The Grave, Eye for an Eye, Timon & Pumbaa, Volcano, Walt Disney Animation Studios's Hercules, Princess Mononoke, Armageddon, There's Something About Mary, The Replacements, Law & Order, Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, The Legend of Tarzan, Barbershop, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Agent Cody Banks, Justice League, The Big House, Teen Titans, Crash, Grey's Anatomy, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Transporter 2, ER, 7th Heaven, Transformers: Decepticons, Justice League: The New Frontier, Superhero Movie, Psych, Coraline, Gamer, All About Steve, Numb3rs, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Disney's The Princess and the Frog, Death at a Funeral, The Cape, Hawaii Five-0, Allen Gregory, Cloud Atlas, Young Justice, Belle's, The Bible, Marvel Heroes, Enlisted, Scorpion, The Marvel Experience, Archer, Big Time in Hollywood, FL, Community, Mr. Robot, Black Jesus, Uncle Grandpa, Nina, The Nice Guys, Kulipari: An Army of Frogs, Regular Show, The Flash, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, BoJack Horseman, Adventure Time, Rick and Mory, Stretch Armstrong & the Flex Fighters, Greenleaf, New Warriors, and The Gettysburg Address.

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