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For the character, see Doug O'Keeffe.

Douglas O'Keeffe (born June 5, 1966; age 50) played Eddie Grant during Season 2 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Douglas O'Keeffe was born in Canada. In addition to acting, he has written two screenplays, produced, directed, and competed professionally in both soccer and bobsledding. Sometimes he acts in Canadian productions.

Some of the television shows in which O'Keeffe has appeared are Forever Knight (with Geraint Wyn Davies), F/X: The Series (with Cameron Daddo), Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (with Colm Feore and Al Leong), and Once a Thief (with Sandrine Holt). In 1997 he appeared in two episodes of Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran's La Femme Nikita (with Alberta Watson), and landed a recurring role on Fast Track. In the early 2000s, he had recurring roles on WB Network shows such as Mutant X (directed by Jon Cassar) and Tarzan (with Tim Guinee).

Day 2 Undercover filming with Douglas O'Keefe

Filming Day 2 with Jimmi Simpson and Kiefer.

Some of the films he has appeared are The Spider and the Fly and Nuremberg (both with Colm Feore), No Contest (with Keram Malicki-Sanchez), Johnny Mnemonic, Murder at 1600 (with Harris Yulin), Love and Treason (with Paul McGillion), and The Andromeda Strain (with Ricky Schroder and Daniel Dae Kim).

Role on 24 Edit

O'Keeffe played the role of Eddie Grant during Season 2. Grant was the chief enforcer of Joseph Wald's anti-government militia. O'Keeffe appeared during three episodes and was credited as a guest star.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Foreverland (2011)
  • Water's Edge (2003)
  • Murder at 1600 (1997)

Television appearances

  • Sanctuary (2011)
  • Human Target (2011)
  • Tarzan (2003)
  • Dark Angel (2001)
  • La Femme Nikita (1998)

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