Keir Gilchrist | Biography

Posted On: 26 Jul, 2014

Keir Gilchrist | Biography

Quick Facts

Date of Birth September 28, 1992
Age 27 Years 10 Month(s)
Nationality Canadian
Profession Actor
Wife/Spouse Not yet
Girlfriend Not disclosed
Ethnicity White
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Divorced? Not Yet
Married Not yet
Net Worth $5 Million Dollars
Height 170 cm
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Not yet

Keir David Peters Gilchrist was born on September 28, 1992 (his age is 22 years old) in London, England, UK. He is the child of Canadian parents Catherine and Ian Gilchrist. He has a sibling, Evan, who is likewise a performing artist. His maternal granddad is Canadian investor, economist, and government official Douglas Dennison Peters, and his uncle is economist David Wilfrid Peters. He has Scottish, English, and Irish lineage. Gilchrist used his initial years in London, moving to Boston, Massachusetts amid his adolescence, and after that New York City, before at long last settling in Toronto, Ontario. Gilchrist uncovered his enthusiasm for acting at a junior age, and his show instructor induced him to turn into an expert on-screen character. He went to the Annex Children's Theater. Gilchrist depicted Josh Mckellar in Fox's fleeting network show The Winner, and Jamie, the kid who really liked Lizzie, on the show Life with Derek. Gilchrist all the more as of late co-featured as Marshall Gregson on United States of Tara on Showtime, and assumed the lead part in the 2010 drama dramatization film It's Kind of a Funny Story.

Enthusiasm toward acting came right on time for Keir and developed significantly more when he went to the Annex Children's Theater in Toronto. It was for the most part because of the consolation of his acting mentor that he chose to make acting a calling. Gilchrist was just ten years old when he made his TV make a big appearance as the child of police boss Jim Stockwell on Queer as Folk. His first gimmick film appearance was in a Canadian satire show The Right Way (2004), where he played the more youthful adaptation of the lead male character David. From that point forward, Keir has piled on more than twelve film and TV motion picture credits to his name, discovering activities in both Canada and the US. He has likewise visitor featured in magazine shows and interviews, for example, MISSING, Regenesis, and Life with Derek. In 2007, Gilchrist arrived his first significant TV part on FOX's fleeting satire The Winner as Josh, the brilliant 13-year-old child of Alison Mckellar (Erinn Hayes) who structures an unordinary bond with Glen Abbott (Rob Corddry), their neighbor 20 years his senior. In his visitor appearance on movies like The Listener, where Keir played a teenager associated with being included in an arrangement of store robberies. In 2008, he was flew in for a tryout in Los Angeles by the makers of United States of Tara in the wake of having looked at him on tape. Gilchrist accordingly won his breakout part of Marshall, Tara's delicate and delicate talked gay young child, and collected much acclaim from his co-stars and faultfinders apparently equivalent.

He has an average height and is 5 feet and 7 inches tall. He has got an athletic body, slim and well built. You can see many pictures of him on the internet, where he has gone shirtless. Apart from his good looks, he is pretty good at acting and has a charming persona that makes women attracted to him immediately. Although he might have been dating someone, there is no official of his affairs. We don’t know if or not he has a girlfriend but we surely know that he isn’t sexually gay. Although he has played as a gay in his recent movie United States of Tara. We don’t know his exact net worth but we do know that he is a young millionaire for sure.

You can read more about him on sites like Wikipedia or also follow him on his twitter account.