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|Date of Birth||Unknown|
|Role on LOST||Thomas|
|IMDB||Keir O'Donnell at IMDB|
Keir O'Donnell (born November 8, 1978 in Texas) is an actor most notable for role as Todd Cleary in Wedding Crashers. He also had a guest appearance in an episode of the hit television series Lost.
In 2000, O'Donnell graduated from the first class of the newly-created four year classical theatre acting conservatory at The Hartt School in Hartford, Connecticut. At The Hartt School he performed in numerous plays including Three Sisters, Lysistrata, Twelfth Night, Philadelphia Here I Come, and played Romeo in Romeo and Juliet. After Graduation, he was accepted into the prestigious Hartford Stage Co. Regional Theatre under the tutelage of Michael Wilson. There he appeared in Macbeth and A Christmas Carol.
Soon after, he moved to Los Angeles. His break came after performing a 3-person U.S. premiere of a German play, The Man Who Never Yet Saw Woman's Nakedness, at The Odyssey Theatre in West LA. After a slew of student and independent films, he landed the Todd Cleary role (Christopher Walken's son) in New Line's Wedding Crashers. Since that production he has wrapped numerous projects including the hit ABC show LOST (Ep. 10), a pilot for ABC called Lennie Rose from director Ken Olin (Alias), several independent films that will be seen at festival in 2006, as well as re-teaming with Vince Vaughn for Universal's The Break Up, also starring Jennifer Aniston (released June '06)
He played the role of Ken in CBS's hit show CSI (Ep. Up In Smoke) and has completed shooting NOISE (Director Henry Bean) in New York with Tim Robbins and bridget Moynihan; will star in the independent production "Havoc", a thriller by writer-producer-director Robert Lynn that will be filmed in one, continuous, unbroken shot. Keir will next be seen in"Flakes", "After Sex", and "Noise". He also appears in Vince Vaughan's Wild West Comedy Show, and he recently wrapped "Patriotville" in South Carolina alongside Justin Long.
He lives in Los Angeles. His brother lives in Los Angeles. His father lives in Texas, and his mother in Scotland.
Episodes Appeared InEdit
Appears as Thomas in: