Beavis and Butt-Head

Keith is a character from Season 9 of Beavis and Butt-Head. He appears in "The Doppelgänger", where Beavis meets him after initially confusing him for Butt-Head. He is an amateur guitarist who plays his own takes on existing songs. He is voiced by Chris Diamantopuolos.

Physical appearance[]

Keith bears a strong resemblance to Butt-Head, having a similar hairstyle of the same color, similar wardrobe of the same colors, and a similar head shape. This is what makes Beavis think he is Butt-Head from behind, only to realize it's not him when he turns around as Keith has a different face with a smaller nose, bushy eyebrows, wider eyes, facial hair, and no braces. His hairstyle is also slightly messier than Butt-Head's, and his T-shirt is a plain gray buttoned one instead of a regular AC/DC one. Keith also wears a watch on his left wrist, and wears black hi-tops with white soles.


Unlike Butt-Head, Keith is a friendly, outgoing, and very amicable person, and treats Beavis better than Butt-Head ever has. Like the duo, he is into rock music, and has an electric guitar that he plays his songs on. However, he is also rather talkative and clingy, keeping Beavis from leaving him and rambling on to him as if they were close friends, and brings him along to his errands. He does eventually let Beavis leave after having him listen to his song (a take on Metallica's "Enter Sandman" called "Exit Sandman"), and gives him a fist bump, stating that, despite his clinginess and excessive talking, he still respects Beavis' boundaries and himself as a person.