Keith Thibodeux who played "Little Ricky" and is the last surviving regular cast member of "I Love Lucy," is celebrating ‘I Love Lucy Day’ on October 15th, 2020!
Celebrate ‘I Love Lucy Day’ & “The First Couple of Comedy” – Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz on October 15th by participating in six rounds of ‘Lucy’ trivia featuring moments from favorite episodes and surprise appearances from those who have worked with Lucille Ball. Participation is free of charge. It's all presented by the National Comedy Center October 15th at 8pmET/7pm CT at comedycenter.org/LucyTrivia . Also, visit the National Comedy Center and the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum in Lucy's hometown of Jamestown, NY. For more information, go to comedycenter.org .
Keith also appeared on the ‘Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour’ and made numerous appearances as a child on ‘The Andy Griffith Show’, between 1962 and 1966, as Opie's friend "Johnny Paul Jason".
Keith then joined the band David & The Giants in 1969 and scored modest hits with the singles "Superlove" & "Ten Miles High".
Keith talked to the Morning Breeze about working with Lucille Ball and shared some really fun memories! Listen, below...