A multi-hyphenate, Richie Keen is a WGA award winning writer and director whose work is diversified across the comedy landscape. Richie is one of the resident directors on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, having directed multiple episodes. Other recent directing credits include multiple episodes of the ABC comedy Mixology, multiple episodes of Franklin and Bash for TNT, as well as New Girl, Raising Hope and Enlisted for Fox. Richie also directed the season finale of Sirens for USA/Apostle. He served as co-creator, executive producer and director on the Spike ½ hour pilot Kings By Night, a comedy about three friends who start an underground casino in their run-down loft. He did the same for Fox’s Living With Abandon, a comedy about an abandonment support group that finds itself in disarray after their therapist commits suicide, thus abandoning the group.

Richie won the WGA award for "outstanding achievement in writing original new media" for Aim High, a show about a high school aged hit-man, which was produced by Warner Premiere and McG. He also executive produced, co-wrote and co-created Aim High, which is the first Facebook series from a Hollywood studio. In addition, Richie was awarded the "Digital Luminary Award" at the 2012 NATPE convention for Aim High. Richie has also written pilots for CBS, Fox and Spike and collaborated with producers such as Greg Daniels and The Tannenbaums.

After a very successful career in front of the camera starring in dozens of sitcoms and national commercials, Richie became one of Hollywood's top acting coaches. Working with the famous, infamous and soon to be famous, Richie quickly became the go-to guy for comedy which taught him to be a true actor's director.

His work in the digital world includes Deathbed Subtext with Topher Grace and Kate Bosworth, and Tom Cruise Is A Cock Block, which have reached 1,000,000 hits each on such sites as funnyordie and youtube. Richie also directed an ESPN 30 for 30 short, the award winning documentary series, on Tommy John surgery.

Next up Richie will serve as director and co-executive producer for Tracy Morgan’s FXX pilot and first season.