Meet Keith Apicary, the Borat of Video Games

What do you get when you add Borat to the world of video games? Meet Keith Apicary, a "game-loving man-child" (played by alter ego/comic actor Nathan Barnatt):

Keith Apicary sprang to life when Nathan purchased a slightly used Neo Geo arcade machine for just $200, a console that became the focal point of most of Keith's videos.

"I just started talking out loud and some spit gathered in my mouth," Nathan says, describing how he came up with the character's voice. "I also always wanted to do something with the name Apicary. I had the name saved."

Nathan describes Keith, as a grown man "who probably stopped growing mentally at the age of 14 when he was having the most fun, playing Genesis."

"He's the character I do [who is] most like me," Nathan reveals. "I like video games. I'm clumsy. I fall down. I like 'Rambo.' All the things Keith likes, I generally like ... I'm pretty immature."

Danny Gallagher of Asylum blog has more: Link - Thanks Nick Romano!


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My friend pre-ordered his Talking Classics DVD and got a signed picture, which was kinda cool.

I think the character is pretty hilarious. It helps that I'm a videogame nerd.
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