Lee Keeler is a writer and producer who has written for Screen Junkies, io9, The Wrap and Devastator Press; his projects have turned up in places like The A.V. Club, Entertainment Weekly, The Verge, The Huffington Post and The Atlantic. He received his MFA with honors from the Department of Film & Television at The Savannah College of Art and Design.
Lee wrote Wet Hot American Summer: Fantasy Camp with the amazing Geoffrey Golden for Devastator Press. The RPG is a licensed adaptation of the beloved cult comedy film Wet Hot American Summer.
Keeler produced Gone Riffin, an improv podcast on Starburns Audio with Rich Fulcher (The Mighty Boosh) and Abed Gheith (Channel 101).
Keeler’s performance work has included videos for Buzzfeed LIVE and hosting The Hour of Power Hour, a comedy/variety event at the Improv Hollywood and Dynasty Typewriter from 2011 to 2018. The show consistently boasted some of the grandest voices in comedy today, including Kumail Nanjiani, Sarah Silverman, Judd Apatow, Paul Scheer, Margaret Cho and many more.
Keeler is also founder of Green Gravel Comedy, a collective that organizes unique alternative shows and fests in central Iowa. GG has featured headliners like Pete Holmes, Rachel Bloom, Kevin McDonald, Eddie Pepitone, Dante Powell and Megan Gogerty.
In addition, he has produced shows with Martin Starr and events at the Comedy Central Stage in Hollywood.