Keith Blackman Dallas, more commonly known as Keith Dallas in the entertainment industry, is an actor who has made a career playing small roles in films and television shows with dark themes. His first role was in the 1992 television series "Neon Rider," a Canadian drama about a man who becomes a mentor for troubled kids, bringing them to his ranch and helping them to turn their lives around. The show was canceled after five seasons, and it wasn't until 1999 that Dallas worked again on the small screen, playing a small part in the TV movie "H-E Double Hockey Sticks." Soon after, Dallas's career began to pick up and he played small roles in such feature films as "Romeo Must Die,""The Stickup" and the campy-ironic hit "Snakes on a Plane"starring Samuel L. Jackson. Due to his large physique, Dallas has often been cast as a bouncer, a driver, a security guard or another similar role as he was in films like 2007s "Kickin It Old Skool." Despite the ease with which Hollywood could pigeonhole him, Dallas has managed to carve out a career for himself. Since the beginning of his career, he has worked consistently in both big-screen hits and small-screen series.