p.(Arg320His) mutation in the KCNC1 gene in human 11p15.1 has recently been identified in patients with progressive myoclonus epilepsies, a group of rare inherited disorders manifesting with action myoclonus, myoclonic epilepsy, and ataxia. This KCNC1 variant causes a dominant-negative effect. Here we describe three patients from the same family with intellectual disability and dysmorphic features. The three affected individuals carry a c.1015C>T (p.(Arg339*)) nonsense variant in KCNC1 gene. As previously observed in the mutant mouse carrying a disrupted KCNC1 gene, these findings reveal that individuals with a KCNC1 loss-of-function variant can present intellectual disability without seizure and epilepsy.