• Keegan Connor Tracy is a 47 year old Canadian actress and writer.
• She is best known for playing Audrey Malone in “Beggars and Choosers”, Blaire Watson in “Bates Motel” and the Blue Fairy in “Once Upon a Time”.
• She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University, and has been nominated for the Leo and Gemini Awards for her acting.
• She is married and has two children, and is an avid martial artist.
• She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Known for movies
|Fact||Good friends with Victor Formosa. Worked with Vic Formosa on Da Vinci's Inquest (1998) in Vancouver, B.C.|
- 1 Who is Keegan Connor Tracy?
- 2 Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Canada
- 3 Career Beginnings: Breaker High, Three, First Wave and More
- 4 Making a Name For Herself: Beggars and Choosers, Final Destination, A Problem With Fear and More
- 5 An Established Star: Once Upon a Time, Battlestar Galactica, Supernatural, Life Unexpected and More
- 6 Awards and Nominations
- 7 Writing Career
- 8 Personal Life: Is Keegan Connor Tracy Married? Does She Have Any Children?
- 9 Body Measurements: How Tall is Keegan Connor Tracy?
- 10 Net Worth: How Rich is Keegan Connor Tracy?
- 11 Social Media Presence
- 12 General Info
- 13 Family
- 14 Accomplishments
- 15 Social profile links
- 16 Quotes
- 17 Facts
- 18 Pictures
- 19 Movies
- 20 Awards
Who is Keegan Connor Tracy?
Born under the fire sign of Sagittarius on 3 December 1971, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Keegan Connor Tracy is a 47-year old Canadian actress and writer. She is perhaps best known for playing Audrey Malone in the critically acclaimed TV comedy series “Beggars and Choosers”. In addition, we could also see her as the Blue Fairy in “Once Upon a Time”, a fantasy drama which depicts instances of fantasy and reality becoming interwoven. She was also praised for her performances as Blaire Watson in “Bates Motel”. As far as movies go, Keegan is no stranger to the silver screen, with notable roles in “Final Destination 2”, “The Women”, “White Noise” and many others. After several small roles on television, she managed to reinvent herself as an actress and become globally popular for her versatility and the ability to take on a wide range of roles, which is evident when you look at her extensive portfolio.
Early Life and Education: Growing Up in Canada
Tracy spent most of her childhood in her hometown. There is not much information about her parents, other than that they are Canadian. Despite being a renowned actress and globally recognized celebrity, Keegan has avoided giving answers to any and all inquiries on the subject of her personal life. This is a clear sign of professionalism, as she refuses to let herself be known for anything else than her impeccable performances in shows and movies. She attended St. Patrick’s Catholic High School in the city of Sarnia in Ontario, matriculating in 1999, then enrolling at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, graduating in 2003 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Psychology. Despite the challenging nature of her studies, she deemed that she wasn’t yet prepared for adult life, so she decided to leave her comfort zone and spent a year working around Europe. This experience taught her how to get out of her shell and seize every opportunity that she might come across.
Career Beginnings: Breaker High, Three, First Wave and More
There was no doubt that Keegan would become an actress, as she became infatuated with movies and plays in early childhood. With the advice of her mother, she started attending acting classes, where she would first hone her innate talent for bringing characters to life. However, things weren’t always smooth, as the Tracy family found financial stability hard to achieve. ‘I would get parts and not be able to take them because my mother didn’t have a car.’, Keegan said of her first acting experiences. Despite all the hardships, she continued to work hard and landed her first role in 1998, with the part of Yvette in “Breaker High”, a popular comedy about students who go to a high school located on a cruise ship. The same year, she would land several important roles in TV series, such as in “Three”, “First Wave”, “The New Addams Family” and others. Keegan would continue her successful run, with a myriad of roles to close out the second millennium. However, her big breakthrough was yet to come.
Making a Name For Herself: Beggars and Choosers, Final Destination, A Problem With Fear and More
In late 1999, Keegan landed her first recurring role, as Audrey Malone in “Beggars and Choosers”, a critically acclaimed comedy that depicts the life and times of a television crew. In each of the 17 episodes she appeared in, Keegan displayed an exceptional understanding of how to develop her character, and grow as the plot thickens. She continued to work hard, with roles in “Kill Me Later”, “Out of Lines” and “Strange Frequency”, all in 2001. Despite already getting a taste of the silver screen, Tracy’s first significant movie role was in “Final Destination 2”, the sequel to the immensely popular 2000 horror movie. After “Mob Princess” and “The Days”, she was cast as Diane Hughes in “Jake 2.0”, making it her second recurring role.
Created by Silvio Horta, the series follows the adventures and missions of one Jake Foley, a gifted computer expert working for the NSA. “White Noise” came afterwards, with another impressive performance adding to her rapidly growing portfolio. Subsequently, Keegan would continue taking on support roles in popular shows such as “Da Vinci’s Inquest”, “The Collector”, “Stargate SG-1” and “The 4400”.
I’m thinking…it’s about to start! #indiefilm #zthemovie @TheOverlookFest pic.twitter.com/xvLmu59bt6
— Keegan Connor Tracy (@keegolicious) June 1, 2019
An Established Star: Once Upon a Time, Battlestar Galactica, Supernatural, Life Unexpected and More
After “Numb” and “Psych”, Keegan could be seen as Jeanne in nine episodes of the globally adored science fiction series “Battlestar Galactica”, well-received by fans, but eventually having to abandon the show due to other work-related obligations. This might have had something to do with two more brilliant performances by Tracy, in “Life Unexpected” and “Supernatural”. By this time, she felt that she had accomplished more than enough, which resulted in a decision to tone it down a bit when it comes to acting. Therefore, she would only make one or two appearances per year, with the most significant being “Heartland” and “Backstrom”.
Of course, we cannot omit her scintillating performance in “Bates Motel” as Miss Watson. During this period of time, Keegan also had a recurring role in “Once Upon a Time”, which some fans claim is her biggest accomplishment. Appearing in 35 episodes over the course of seven years, she would go on to solidify her celebrity status, precisely because she played Blue Fairy so well. She is set to appear in “Descendants 3”, with another upcoming title being “La Fille”, a movie produced, directed and written by Tracy.
Awards and Nominations
So far, Keegan has only won one major award – the Leo Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Da Vinci’s Inquest”. Over the years she has received many nominations, with the Gemini Award and Leo Award (two times) being the most significant. Her lack of awards might be explained by the lack of a career-defining performance. Even though this Canadian actress never really starred in a hit show or a blockbuster movie, she has proven to be consistent and meticulous when it comes to picking roles.
In addition to her acting prowess, Keegan is also a successful children’s book writer. In 2016, she released her first title – “Mommy’s 26 Careers” – and in September 2018 her second literary work – “This is a Job for Mommy!: An A-Z Adventure”. Both books were met with positive reviews. Keegan herself said that becoming a mother changed her forever, and that she felt compelled to influence kids around the world in some positive way.
Trying a new #fascinator. Whaddya think @thesaucymilliner, too much??#bts #themagicians #directorshadow
Posted by Keegan Connor Tracy on Monday, July 29, 2019
Personal Life: Is Keegan Connor Tracy Married? Does She Have Any Children?
Keegan is married to Ez Mitchell, with whom she has two children. There is not much information about her marriage or the details of her kids’ births, which is yet another testament to how seriously she takes privacy. Given the fact that she had her babies at a relatively advanced age, Tracy advises other women not to hesitate because ‘the longer they wait, the less of their lives they will see.’ She is fluent in French, due to her Canadian heritage and time spent abroad. While working in Europe as a college student, she fell in love with Paris, and even expressed a desire to obtain a Master’s Degree in French literature once she retires from acting. In addition to acting, another big passion of hers are martial arts, which she practices on a daily basis.
Unbeknownst to most, Keegan is an avid reader. Her favorite books are “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Nobelist Gabriel Garcia Marques, “Veronica Decides to Die” by Paolo Coelho and “Life and Death in Shanghai” by Yao Nien-Yuan.
Body Measurements: How Tall is Keegan Connor Tracy?
Keegan Connor Tracy is 5ft 4in (163cm) tall, her weight is estimated to be around 114lbs (52kgs), and her vital statistics are 33-24-34. She is known for her trademark medium long hair, in which she takes great pride. As for other details about her body, she wears size eight shoes and size two dresses. Due to her obsession with martial arts, she is able to have a formidable physique, even at the age of 47.
Net Worth: How Rich is Keegan Connor Tracy?
Have you ever wondered how affluent Keegan really is? According to reputable sources, she has a net worth of approximately $2 million, as of mid-2019, accumulated by working incessantly since the late 1990s, and becoming an international star. So far, Keegan hasn’t given any indication of abandoning her vocation, which makes it safe to assume that her net worth will most likely increase even further in the near future. At one point she ran her own production company, entitled “Drama Queen Production”. Her ideas seemed promising, but the venture didn’t last long, because Keegan deemed it impossible to balance both acting and producing at the same time.
Social Media Presence
Thanks to the ever expanding grasp that social media has on worldwide audiences, it is in the best interests of most celebrities to keep their fans informed about their activities and thus sustain and potentially increase their ratings and profit. Keegan herself is no stranger to this popular trend, as her dedication to posting updates on her public profiles and engaging with her fans is at an all-time high. Her Twitter page has 80,000 followers and her Instagram account 130,000 fans.
|Full Name||Keegan Connor Tracy|
|Education||Wilfrid Laurier University|
|Nominations||Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role Dramatic Series|
|Movies||Final Destination 2, Dead Rising: Watchtower, Dead Rising: Endgame, Descendants, 40 Days and 40 Nights, Words and Pictures, Jinxed, White Noise, The Net 2.0, Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball, Chaos, Blackwoods, Embrace of the Vampire, Dark Storm, The Company You Keep, Kill Me Later, A Problem with Fe...|
|TV Shows||Jake 2.0, Beggars and Choosers|
Social profile links
|1||[on performing with a flirtatious Robert Redford] It was in a charming, I'm kidding way. At the end of the scene, he'd lean over and say, 'You know where to meet me after'. I spent most of the day ogling him and thinking, 'Wow, that's why he's Robert Redford'.|
|2||I like to make definite choices and give my characters as many unique edges as possible.|
|3||I'm always playing extremes, either the vulnerable girl or the vixen.|
|4||"I would get parts and not be able to take them because my mother didn't have a car." - on acting as a child.|
|1||Has 2 daughters with her husband Ez Mitchell younger of whom was born in 2011.|
|2||Good friends with Victor Formosa. Worked with Vic Formosa on Da Vinci's Inquest (1998) in Vancouver, B.C.|
|3||Attended St. Patrick's High School in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.|
|4||B.A. in Social Psychology|
|5||Started her own production company - Drama Queen Productions|
|6||Speaks fluent French.|
|Once Upon a Time||2011-2017||TV Series||Mother Superior Blue Fairy Zelena|
|Garage Sale Mystery: The Art of Murder||2016||TV Movie||Tina|
|Dead Rising: Endgame||2016||Jordan|
|Ready Jet Go!||2016||TV Series||Dr. Rafferty|
|The Magicians||2016||TV Series||Professor Lipson|
|Exchange Student Zero||2015||TV Series||Lucinda / School Girls|
|Dead Rising: Watchtower||2015||Jordan|
|Backstrom||2015||TV Series||Cristin Kelly|
|Bates Motel||2013-2015||TV Series||Miss Watson|
|My Life as a Dead Girl||2015||TV Movie||Kim|
|Embrace of the Vampire||2013||Video||Daciana|
|Words and Pictures||2013||Ellen|
|The Company You Keep||2012||Jim Grant's Secretary|
|V||2011||TV Series||Eileen Rounick|
|Eureka||2010||TV Series||Dr. Viccelli|
|Life Unexpected||2010||TV Series||Jenny|
|Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball||2010||Video||Vicky Salerno|
|My Little Pony: Twinkle Wish Adventure||2009||Video||Whimsey (voice)|
|Supernatural||2006-2009||TV Series||Sera Siege / Karen Giles|
|Battlestar Galactica||2007-2009||TV Series||Jeanne|
|The Building||2009||TV Movie||Lilly|
|Numb||2007/I||Mt. Sinai Nurse (as Keegan Tracy)|
|Psych||2007||TV Series||Priscilla Osterman|
|A Daughter's Conviction||2006||TV Movie||Erin|
|Her Fatal Flaw||2006||TV Movie||Brooke|
|Three Moons Over Milford||2006||TV Series||Hannah|
|Stargate SG-1||2006||TV Series||Dr. Redden|
|Dark Storm||2006||TV Movie||Sam|
|The Net 2.0||2006||Video||Z.Z.|
|Killer Instinct||2005||TV Series||Rosie|
|The 4400||2005||TV Series||Alison Driscoll|
|The Collector||2005||TV Series||Tour Guide Julia Mars|
|Da Vinci's Inquest||2002-2005||TV Series||Jackie|
|The Days||2004||TV Series||Francesca|
|Jake 2.0||2003-2004||TV Series||Diane Hughes|
|Mob Princess||2003||TV Movie||Patti|
|A Problem with Fear||2003||Vicky|
|Final Destination 2||2003||Kat|
|Dark Angel||2002||TV Series||Rain|
|40 Days and 40 Nights||2002||Mandy|
|Blackwoods||2001||Dawn / Molly|
|Cold Squad||1998-2001||TV Series||Brooke Givens / Waitress|
|Strange Frequency||2001||TV Series||Kim|
|Out of Line||2001||Claire Carrol|
|Kill Me Later||2001||Heather (as Keegan Tracy)|
|Strange Frequency||2001||TV Movie||Kim (segment "My Generation")|
|Hollywood Off-Ramp||2000||TV Series|
|Duets||2000||Sheila (as Keegan Tracy)|
|Beggars and Choosers||1999-2000||TV Series||Audrey Malone|
|Seven Days||1999||TV Series||Claire|
|Double Jeopardy||1999||Boutique Saleswoman (as Keegan Tracy)|
|NightMan||1999||TV Series||Angel / Angel in Black|
|Viper||1997-1999||TV Series||Charmayne Grimes / Darlene Ross|
|The New Addams Family||1998||TV Series||Consuela|
|The Net||1998||TV Series||Nadine|
|First Wave||1998||TV Series||Nicole|
|Breaker High||1998||TV Series||Yvette|
|Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball - Confessions of an Assassin||2010||Video documentary short special thanks|
|Bits and Pieces: Bringing Death to Life||2003||Video documentary short special thanks|
|The 6th Annual Leo Awards||2004||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|The 5th Annual Leo Awards||2003||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|Bits and Pieces: Bringing Death to Life||2003||Video documentary short||Herself - 'Kat'|
|The 3rd Annual Leo Awards||2001||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|Open Mike with Mike Bullard||2000||TV Series|
|Once Upon a Time||2014-2015||TV Series||Mother Superior Blue Fairy|
|Once Upon a Time: Secrets of Storybrooke||2015||TV Movie||Blue Fairy (uncredited)|
|Once Upon a Time: Wicked Is Coming||2014||TV Movie documentary||Blue Fairy Mother Superior (uncredited)|
|Once Upon a Time: Journey to Neverland||2013||TV Movie documentary||Mother Superior Blue Fairy (uncredited)|
|Once Upon a Time: Magic Is Coming||2012||TV Movie||Blue Fairy (uncredited)|
|2002||Leo||Leo Awards||Dramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance - Female||Da Vinci's Inquest (1998)|
|2012||Leo||Leo Awards||Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series||Once Upon a Time (2011)|
|2004||Leo||Leo Awards||Dramatic Series: Best Lead Performance by a Female||Jake 2.0 (2003)|
|2002||Gemini||Gemini Awards||Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series||Da Vinci's Inquest (1998)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia