Keegan Connor Tracy
Actress Keegan Connor Tracy has been called "one of Canada's next stars" by "Flare Magazince." After graduating from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, she relocated to Vancouver, British Columbia. She first appeared in a small part in 1997 on the program "Viper," about a crime-fighting car. It didn't take her long from there to begin accumulating credits and climbing the ranks. In 2002, her recurring role as Jackie, a former heroin addict based on a real-life Vancouver coroner, in the critically acclaimed crime drama "Da Vinci's Inquest," truly demonstrated her talent and won her a Leo Award, which honors excellence in British Columbian television and film. In 2003, she became part of the regular cast of "Jake 2.0," a science-fiction program about a man infected by nanobots, giving him superhuman powers. She played Diane Hughes, the doctor and friend of the title character, for all of the 16 episodes that were broadcast before the show was canceled. Her highest profile role to date came in 2005, when she played cult-leader Jeanne in the hit science-fiction show "Battlestar Galactica." Along with her TV work, Tracy has appeared in several film roles as well, such as in the horror film "White Noise" in 2005, and the 2007 comedy "Numb," which starred Matthew Perry.