|Years Active||1977 - present|
Kerrie Keane is a Canadian actress best known for a plethora of guest roles in popular American TV series.
Kerrie Keane has performed on stage and in film and TV for over 30 years. She graduated from McMaster University, Ontario, Canada with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, and studied acting with master teachers in Canada and the USA.
In film she has starred opposite John Lithgow (Distant Thunder), Vanessas Redgrave (Second Serve), Peter Fonda and Oliver Reed (Spasms), Elias Koteas (Malarek) and John Cassavetes (The Incubus). In 1989 she was nominated as Best Actress at The Genie Awards for her lead role in Obsessed.
In television she has had starring roles in three series: The Yellow Rose ABC, Hot Pursuit NBC, and Studio 5B ABC, and a recurring role in Beverly Hills 90210 Fox. She has enjoyed a wide range of roles in a myriad of TV movies including, A Death in California, A Degree in Deception, Mistress, The Perfect Daughter, House on Sycamore Street, Divided We Stand, and Life of the Party opposite Ann Margaret. She appeared too as a guest on The Johnny Carson Show. More recently she has guest-starred on Cold Case, Criminal Minds, Castle, Ghost Whisperer and NCIS, and got a role in the film 21 and a Wake-Up.
In addition to her ongoing acting career, she is Artistic Director of the White Buffalo Theatre Company in Los Angeles, which she founded in 2004. She wrote, directed and produced two original plays, Fool Am I and The Red and White Store as inaugural pieces for the company, and has since directed and produced Trout Stanley and Nostalgia and Dreams at Deaf West Theatre, Chances at El Centro Theatre and Looking for Trouble at The Lost Studio. She also directed Alan Bowne's controversial play, Beirut, to critical acclaim.
- For an up-to-date Filmography: imdb.com/Kerrie Keane