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Keith Neubert is a retired professional football and basketball player. After graduating college, he played professional basketball in Europe before being signed by the NFL's New York Jets. He played as a tight end for the Jets in the 1988 and 1989 seasons and wore #86. He signed with the Philadelphia Eagles for the 1992 season, but did not play.
After his football career came to an end, Neubert retired from sports and went into acting. His very first acting credit was a 1994 FMV-based video game created by Digital Pictures: Slam City with Scottie Pippen. Neubert played an intense street basketball player named "Mad Dog". Neubert, as Mad Dog, also appears in the game during cutscenes that air while the player is competing against the other four characters.
After his work on Slam City, Neubert landed small roles on hit TV shows such as Baywatch, Melrose Place, Wings, The Drew Carey Show, Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place and even the soap opera, The Young and the Restless. He landed his first American movie role in Tom Hanks' 1996 directorial debut, That Thing You Do!, playing a dentist named Dr. Collins.
In 2009, Neubert hosted a show on HDNet titled American Xplorer. In it, he travelled to exotic locations around the world and immersed himself in foreign culture. The show aired for one season (13 episodes) and was not renewed for a second season.
Neubert currently hosts a show titled Man Kitchen on the Cooking Channel. In this show, he shares his favorite "manly" recipes and how to cook them. These recipes are usually standard meals but in large, "manly" portions.