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Rafeedah "Roxie" Keys is an actress and voice artist who was featured in an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise for which she received no on screen credit.
Keys earned her BAs in Psychology, Education, and Communication from the University of WA and the Highline Community College and trained acting and singing under Pamela Cassela at the Cornish College of the Arts where she earned her certification in Classical and Zazz Vocal Performance. Keys played supporting and lead roles in stage plays such as madame Butterfly and Carmen and did voice overs for commercials and industrials. Her voice is probably best recognized from the video games The Suffering (2004) and its sequel The Suffering: Ties That Bind (2005).
As an actress she appeared in the short thriller 3:45 (2002), the short comedy 80's Ending (2003), the independent films Ophelia's Daughter, The Package, Inside Blue, and The Hospital, and television series such as Almost Live, The Fugitive, and Diary of an Affair.