Finally got to see the new show from Seth MacFarlane, a prequel to his enormously successful films. I had a really fun scene on this one. Definitely a nice change of pace to do some comedy after heavy dramas.
The Railway Men has had a huge debut on Netflix, ranking within the global top 10 for three weeks in a row! It feels amazing to see this story reach millions of viewers, and to be a part of it.
Got brought on to guest star for an episode of the upcoming series, Ted, by Seth MacFarlane, as a spin off of the film franchise. Everyone was a delight to work with and I'm looking forward to seeing it premier on NBC Peacock, January 2024.
Spent the week starring in an episode of The Wild West Chronicles, a western tv series on Peacock and Amazon. So chuffed to finally do a western and looking forward to more in the future.
The film is finally out and has already achieved some stellar reviews from critics, including Indiewrap magazine and Screen Critix who described my performance as "highly effective" as well as saying, "Connor Keene is also strong in the leading role; one look at him and we feel comfortable because he seems to embody honesty."
Returned from weeks of filming on location in India, and at the Yash Raj studio in Mumbai.
'The Railwaymen' is set to release for streaming this December.
One of several short films I've done in the past few years was nominated at the Santa Clarita International Film Festival and I ended up winning Best Actor out of all the submissions.
Finally finished filming as the lead in 'The Devil's Fortune' an upcoming feature length thriller. It was a long road for the production team to schedule the shoots and navigate the difficulties with lockdowns, quarantines, testing, amid the pandemic. In the end, however, we did it, and 90% of the film has already been edited from shoots earlier in the year.
Performed for 4 weeks at the LA Shakespeare Center in their wildly popular immersive production of Macbeth directed by Ken Sabberton, formerly of the RSC. What an experience: performing as both Macbeth's virtuous foil Macduff and the 1st Witch, in addition to providing the score and playing five different instruments throughout the show! I got a lovely mention in a glowing review by Broadway World for the production, and I look forward to future work with the company.