Keegan-Michael Key is sort of a new breed of comic — he hosts a skit show and does feature films.
When Key appeared at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner as President Obama’s “anger translator,” the audience couldn’t keep from laughing. That became a recurring role, and he met with the president on several occasions.
His film credits include roles in “Storks,” “Let’s Be Cops,” and several others.
After Drew Carey left “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” to host “The Price is Right,” many fans worried that the move would signal the decline of the show. However, Aisha Tyler (known for her roles on “Archer” and “Criminal Minds”) took up the reins and proved to be an excellent host.