Andrew Keegan Biography
Birthday: January 29, 1979 (Aquarius)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Andrew Keegan is an American actor, most recognized for his roles in the film ‘10 Things I Hate about You’ and the TV show ‘7th Heaven’. He has played a bold selection of roles throughout his two and a half decades long career, which include his portrayal of a drug-smuggling pilot in the movie 'Kill Speed' and an HIV-positive person in the play 'He Asked For It'. His gamble paid off when he was praised for essaying a sociopath vampire in the movie 'Living Among Us'. His career began as a child model and he appeared in a series of magazine ads for 'Gerber baby foods'. However, he became famous only during his high school days when he played a teen rebel in the film 'Camp Nowhere'. He then went on to appear in a number of successful television series and movies like 'Party of Five', '7th Heaven' and 'The Broken Hearts Club'. Keegan was able to convincingly portray a vulnerable character in the last-mentioned movie. He then worked in two modern-day Shakespeare adaptations, '10 Things I Hate about You' and 'O'. He learned acting from the acting coach John Homa. He founded the spiritual community centre 'Full Circle', where anyone could come to meditate, practice yoga and engage artistically. However, the organization was closed after it distributed Kombucha to its members without having the necessary licence to do so.