Monica Keena Biography
Monica Keena starred in the Strindberg production of The Father, where Al Pacino was also a stage actor. She was also cast alongside Sigourney Weaver in Snow White: A Tale of Terror. This was followed by television movies for Monica Keena, including First Daughter in 1999, and A Promise Kept: The Oksana Bauil Story in 1994. She also starred in the television movie, Crime and Punishment in Suburbia, which was an entry for the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.
Other films that Monica Keena starred in include The Simian Line, Bad Girls from Valley High, Freddy vs. Jason, Left in the Darkness, Ripe, Strike!, A Fate Totally Worse than Death, Orange County, and Fifty Pills. She became a household name when she became a regular for Dawsons Creek, where she was cast as Abby Morgan. Monica Keena was also a regular for the television show Undeclared, although the show was short-lived. She has had guest appearances for Law and Order, Feds, Homicide: Life on the Street, and Entourage, as well as an appearance for one episode on Greys Anatomy.
Monica Keena still enjoys her childhood hobby of skating during her free time, as well as reading. She is also taking up writing and yoga. Her favorite actress is Judy Garland, particularly in the movie The Wizard of Oz. Monica Keena always engages in creative activities, such as painting, dancing, and singing, which served as her outlets. She was raised by her grandmother, whom she took to the Freddy vs. Jason premier, and her mother.
Monica Keena had a GPA of 4.0 when she graduated, highly gifted in the arts. She has appeared in FHM, Stuff Magazine, and Maxim. Charmed and The Simpsons are her favorite television shows. Monica Keena has an upcoming movie in 2008, called The Narrows. She still lives in New York when she isnt filming.