Making 'the boring stuff fun and sexy' on popular science show Brain Games

Actress Kristen Bell (centre) and her husband Dax Shepard (right) on Brain Games hosted by Keegan-Michael Key. PHOTO: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
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ANAHEIM (California) - Like his former comedy partner Jordan Peele, who directed hit horror flick Get Out (2017), Keegan-Michael Key's acting career took off after the end of the duo's cult sketch show, Key & Peele (2012 to 2015).

Key had a particularly good run last year (2019), when he voiced the comic relief in not one but two billion-dollar Disney animated films: Toy Story 4, where he and Peele played bickering stuffed animals, and The Lion King, where he voiced a crazy hyena.

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