Keith Loneker

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Keith Loneker (born June 21, 1971) is an American actor. For much of his short career, his large football-lineman build has garnered him roles largely as thugs or football players. His first movie was director Steven Soderbergh's Out of Sight (1998) and his latest is the Neil LaBute thriller, Lakeview Terrace (2008). Growing up in Roselle Park in New Jersey, Keith Loneker faced some personal obstacles that he worked hard to overcome for his entire life. In high school, while playing football, he endured a hip injury, for which doctors said he would never play any sports again. Loneker ignored the doctor and decided to work out intensely to rehabilitate himself. After two years being off, he stepped onto a football field once again. Loneker, although just happy to play again with his friends, ended up with a scholarship to the University of Kansas before long. It was at the university where he met his wife, Kelly. They were married their senior year and had a baby girl, Kylee and two years later, a son, Keith, Jr. In his spare time, he coaches little league football in Lawrence, Kansas.

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