Michael Keene (1909-2008), often credited as Mike Keene, was an actor who played one of the readers of quotations and statistics in Youth '68.
Keene spent time touring with the U.S.O. during World War II. He worked on Broadway post-war in Burlesque (with Bert Lahr) and Diamond Lil (with Mae West), and made his film debut uncredited in 1947's Kiss of Death. He had a small role in Hitchcock's The Wrong Man and larger parts in the sixties exploitation flicks Satan in High Heels and Psychomania (aka Violent Midnight).
Most of Keene's career was spent on television, primarily from New York City but some Hollywood fare as well, often as doctors or military officials. He appeared on The Big Story, Robert Montgomery Presents, One Step Beyond, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Bronco, Flipper, and recurred on the syndicated Harbormaster as waterfront old-timer Cap'n Dan. On the short-lived 1962 soap opera Our Five Daughters, Keene played invalid patriarch Jim Lee.