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Age: 85 (5/1/1929)

Occupation: Entertainment - Actor

Most Famous For: Brother of Hugh Hefner

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Keith Hefner's Celebrity Biography (via Wikipedia)

Keith Hefner (born January 5, 1929) is an American songwriter, composer, actor, and younger brother of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. His nicknames include Heath the Hearthrob and Kissin' Keith.

He can be seen frequently on the E! Show The Girls Next Door, which stars older brother Hugh Hefner.

Hefner was also the host/performer of two local children's TV programs Mr. Toby's Tip Top Merry go Round, which was seen weekdays on WJZ-TV Ch.13 in Baltimore, Maryland and Time For Fun/The Johnny Jellybean Show, which was seen weekday afternoons and later on weekday mornings on WABC-TV Ch.7 in New York, New York from Monday August 23, 1958 to Friday June 24, 1960.

He also played a KAOS agent in a 2-part episode of Get Smart.

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"This is the mistake I made, and I did a video about this [DNA test] on Youtube, but I kept it out of the court system, which actually was the very wrong thing to do. I thought I was doing the right thing because, like I said, my whole goal was to prevent my son from being raised without a father. It wasn't about the money. I don't care if he lives in a cardboard box. People may not believe that, but I come from a very strong family-oriented background and fathers...you cannot replace a father. You can't put a pricetag on it. There's no money that he can give that will give Devon what he needs. You can never replace a father. I just remember wanting to get along with these people the best way I knew how for the long-term benefit of my son and his relationship with his dad. That was the wrong thing to do. I should have went to court. I should have had the judge order the DNA [test]. It should have been done the way it's supposed to be done, the way in which everyone has a right to do. Don't ever do anything under the table. Don't ever do anything private because you'll end up screwing yourself in the long run."

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