Keziah Love (Keziah Robinson) was born and raised in Milwaukee Wisconsin. At age 11, Keziah began realizing her talents and gifts at a young age. Since 1993 Keziah has been involved in acting, public speaking, Forensics, story-telling, and poetry. In 1996 Keziah attended Milwaukee High School of the Arts with a major in Theatre and Creative Writing. Keziah joined the Modjeska Theatre Company in Milwaukee WI in 1997 and landed a major role in the stage play “Stand and Deliver” as Ana Delgado. Throughout her Middle school and High school years, Keziah had continued to sharpen her talents. From 1996-2000 Keziah won first place in the Martin Luther King Jr. Speech contest. She has won runner up of Miss Juneteenth in 1999, where she delivered a Romo and Juliet piece for the talent section of the event. In 2011 Keziah made her debut with Destiny Productions in “No Daddy” which traveled to Chicago IL, Minneapolis MN, and locally in Milwaukee WI. Since 2012, Keziah joined the production Voices of the Fatherless Child and had leading roles in the stage plays “I want a Father for Christmas”, “Voice of the Fatherless Child”, and “My Love Life Gives me the Blues”. She was delighted to be making her debut with ANAJA Enterprises since 2012. Recently Keziah played a role under ANAJA Enterprises in “Confessions of a Man”, “Shattered but Not Broken” and “When a Father Prays”. She is also known for Spoken-word Poetry. Many have heard her spoken-word poems titled, “From Genesis to Revelation”, “Watch out for the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand”,” Chosen”, and “The Woman with the issue of Blood”, which she dramatically painted with words a vivid portrait of the woman with the issue of blood that is so graphic that the story seems to leap off of the pages of the New Testament as if you were actually there.