Benjamin Keller, like a lot of American kids, began his acting career at an early age, in grade school musicals and theatrical productions in the Midwest. The acting bug continued to bite as he performed throughout junior high school and high school, all the way up into college. While at Wright State University, in Dayton, Ohio, Ben became friends with several film school and theatre majors, which eventually led to his first performances on camera in shorts and independent films. Things began to kick into higher gear in the Fall of 2010, when he was cast in his first feature-length, independent film, "Persons of Interest". Shortly afterwards, more roles in commercials, shorts and features were landed, leading Ben to move to Los Angeles, CA in September of 2012 to pursue acting full time. He has starred in the feature film in theaters is "A Strange Brand of Happy" (featuring pop singer, Rebecca St. James, actor/author, Joe Boyd, and Academy Award winner, Shirley Jones) released nationwide in 2013. Ben has been seen in HBO's Westworld, Christopher Nolan's Academy Award-winning film, Dunkirk, and (as of Summer 2019) is currently starring in two pilots in post-production, with a feature film in the works for release in late 2019/early 2020. He has studied professional acting technique with the likes of the CW Network’s, Cress Williams [Black Lightning] and with respected acting coach, Doug Warhit. He is currently managed by Dream Entertainment Management, in Beverly Hills, CA.