Andrew McKeough

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Andrew McKeough: A Brief Biography

Andrew McKeough was born and raised outside of Philadelphia in Wayne, PA on Philadelphia’s famous “Main Line” community and is the son of professor Charles McKeough and Marylou McKeough. He made his film debut at the age of 10 in ‘The Amazing Mrs. Pritchard’ (2006). He made several TV and movie appearances in his teens before attending the Villanova University. He rose to worldwide prominence as John Carter in the hit AMC TV series, ‘TURN: Washington’s Spies’ (2014). He has performed in many different film, television and theatre productions and has won numerous awards for his career. McKeough is also known for his filmmaking abilities and for co-creating ‘The New York Psycho’ (2013) mini-series.

What is Andrew doing now?

Andrew is currently nineteen years old and is now in the first semester of his sophomore year of college, attending Villanova University, located in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Andrew majors in communication (media production and PR) and political science with music and theatre arts as minors; all while pursuing his love of the theatre and film at ‘Nova! Andrew also is taking vocal, acting, audition, and dance lessons by actress and director Jennie Eisenhower. Andrew continues to star in Colonial Williamsburg’s ‘Electronic Field Trips’ (ETFs). Andrew will resume filming on the series in March through November of 2016. Andrew is also the assistant director at his hometown theatre The Valley Forge Playhouse, located in Wayne, Pennsylvania and stage manager of the theatre at Villanova. Andrew made his return to touring after a year break with a new tour entitled, “The Best of AKSM” which launched in August of 2016!


Last Updated: Sunday, June 26th, 2016 at 09:34:50 AM EST