Philip McKeon Biography
(Child Actor and Radio Personality Best Known for His Role as ‘Tommy Hyatt’ in the TV Sitcom ‘Alice’)
Birthday: November 11, 1964 (Scorpio)
Born In: Westbury, New York, United States
Philip McKeon was an American actor, director, and producer who gained fame for playing the character of Tommy Hyatt on the CBS sitcom ‘Alice’. Although initially brought in as a replacement, he soon impressed everyone with his charming looks and acting on the series. He went on to become a teenage heartthrob during the show’s run, and also earned a ‘Best Young Actor in a Television Series’ nomination for his performance. After the long-running show ended, McKeon appeared in several movies like ‘Return to Horror High’, ‘976-EVIL 2: The Astral Factor’, and ‘Ghoulies 4’, to name a few. He also worked in TV series like ‘CHiPs’, ‘Fantasy Island’, ‘The Love Boat’, and ‘Favorite Son’. Despite playing all kinds of roles, he unfortunately never achieved the same level of success, which he enjoyed during his years on ‘Alice’. But McKeon din not confine his creativity to just acting and decided to produce movies like ‘The Jacket’, ‘Murder in the First’. He also directed films, such as ‘Sandman’ and ‘Edge of Nowhere’.