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ABOUT MCKENNA STUDIOS
"I love acting and I love actors. I've been fortunate enough to have a successful career in this industry since I was a child and on through adulthood. Ive accumulated invaluable experience working with luminaries in the film, television, and stage world over the decades and I'm ready to share what I've learned.
I've been doing this my whole life and I love it as much today as I ever did. It's still fun, it's still...magic"
McKenna Studios was founded by Chris L. McKenna. Chris is an actor, director and producer with extensive theater, television, film and commercial credits spanning more than 30 years.
His television work include roles on 40+ tv series across all genres, which include the series The Blacklist, Lucifer, State of Affairs, House, Good Trouble, NCIS: LA, NCIS: New Orleans, The Practice, That 70s Show, S.W.A.T., Major Crimes, Grimm, 90210, One Life to Live, and The Young & The Restless.
His films include the Oscar-nominated comedy In & Out, directed by Frank Oz, Art School Confidential, and the cult hit King of the Ants.
His commercial work includes memorable tv bits for Citibank, Toyota, Honda, Breathe Right Strips, and Wendy's.
He has also voiced characters in video games, including Playstation titles Horizon: Forbidden West and Hidden Agenda.
Chris founded the production company and publishing house, Watertown Arts,LLC in 2022.
Via McKenna Studios, Chris is now offering Private Coaching, acting classes, improv class, and workshops in-person and online.
MCKENNA STUDIOS NEWS
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Chris co-stars in upcoming Horror film alongside Heather Graham
Upcoming appearance on Truth Be Told alongside Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer
Airing This Fall on Apple TV
Chris is Appearing on For All Mankind
Currently Airing on Apple TV
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