Who is Keegan Connor Tracy?
Tracy Armstrong was born in Windsor, Ontario Canada on 3 December 1971, so under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius and holds Canadian nationality. As Keegan Connor Tracy, she is best known for her acting career, especially for her roles in “Beggars and Choosers” comedy drama series and “The Magicians” science fiction series.
Early life and education
There is not much known about Keegan’s family as she doesn’t talk about them, and never mentions having any siblings which makes her fans believe that she is an only child. Her family moved to Sarnia, Ontario soon after she was born, where she attended and matriculated from St. Patrick’s Catholic High, and later Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology – during her studies, she spent one year working in Europe on a Work & Travel program.
Keegan’s first appearance on TV screens was in the “Viper” TV series in 1997, playing a character named Darlene Ross in the episode “The Best Couple” – it was a very important role for her as it helped her start her career and be seen, and she subsequently went on to win seven roles in TV series in 1998, before appearing in her first movie, called “Double Jeopardy”.
In 1999, Keegan won the role for which she is famous today, as Audrey Malone in the “Beggars and Choosers” Showtime comedy drama series, appearing in a total of 17 episodes through 2000. Her next two noticeable roles were in 16 episodes of the “Jake 2.0” TV series, and in the “Da Vinci’s Inquest” TV series, for which she won the Leo Award for the Best Supporting Performance by a Female in Dramatic Series in 2002. Keegan went on to appear in two Final Destination movies – “Final Destination 2” in 2003 and “Final Destination 5” in 2011.
In 2011, Keegan landed the role of Blue Fairy in the “Once Upon a Time” TV series which is considered to be her most important role after “Beggars and Choosers” – she starred in a total of 36 episodes until this day.
Other than being an actress, Keegan is also a writer of children’s books – she published her first book in 2016 entitled “Mommy’s 26 Careers”, and her second book in September 2018 called “This Is a Job for Mommy!: An A-Z Adventure”. She also started her own production company called “Drama Queen Productions”, but it doesn’t exist anymore.
Personal life and likes
There are no rumors or controversies whatsoever surrounding Keegan’s love life – she is married to the love of her life, Ez Mitchell, and the couple has two daughters together. Because she had her daughters relatively late, she is always advising women to not wait too long to have their babies because the longer they wait, the less of their lives they’ll see.
Keegan speaks fluent French, and she spent some time living and working in Paris, and claims that she is interested in obtaining her Master’s degree in French literature or art. She is also a big fan of martial arts, and is an experienced full-contact combat sport fighter. Her favorite three books are “Life and Death in Shanghai”, “One Hundred Years of Solitude” and “Veronica Decides to die” by Paolo Coelho. She describes her typical work day like this – ‘Get up at an ungodly hour. Drink coffee. Enter transformation trailer. Get transformed. Wear other people’s clothes and say other people’s words in other people’s worlds.’
Appearance and net worth
Keegan is currently 47 years old; she has medium long brown hair, brown eyes, is 5ft 4ins (1.63m) tall, weighs around 114lbs (52kg), and her vital statistics are 33-24-34, so has an hourglass shaped figure. She wears shoes size eight and dress size two.
Authoritative sources indicate that Keegan’s net worth is estimated to be more than $2 million.
Awards and nominations
Keegan won her only award – Leo Award for the Best Supporting Performance by a Female in Dramatic Series in 2002 – for her performance in “Da Vinci’s Inquest”, while she was also nominated for Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series for her performance in the same movie. She has been nominated for Leo Awards two more times – firstly in 2004 for Best Lead Performance by a Female in Dramatic Series for her role in “Jake 2.0”, and in 2012 for Best Guest Performance by a Female in a Dramatic Series for her performance in “Once Upon a Time”.
Social media presence
As she stated in an interview, Keegan doesn’t really like Facebook and Instagram, and maintains only her Twitter account which she launched in April 2011, and has so far gathered more than 81,000 followers and tweeted nearly 18,000 times – she tweets almost every day, but claims that Twitter has not been fun since 2017.
— Keegan Connor Tracy (@keegolicious) April 9, 2019
‘I would get parts and not be able to take them because my mother didn’t have a car.’ – talking about the roles she won when she was a child.
‘Stuck outside on my dark front porch, huddled in a scratchy patchwork blanket after stealing pennies and sneaking out to (closed) corner store in the middle of the night. My mom still doesn’t believe me on that one.’ – when asked about her earliest memory.
One thing Keegan would love to know is if there really are parallel realities.