Austin P. McKenzie Net Worth

Austin P. McKenzie is an American stage and screen actor born in Mesa, Arizona. He is best known for his performance as Melchior Gabor in the 2015 Broadway Revival by Deaf West Theatre of Spring Awakening and for his role as Howie in Dan Harris' Speech & Debate. After working for six years at a Summer Camp for children and adults with mental & physical challenges, McKenzie enrolled at Columbia College Chicago to study American Sign Language and Childhood Education. He made his theatrical debut in 2014 and his Broadway debut in 2015. His first feature-film lead is Speech & Debate, a dark comedy about a trio of misfit teenagers. McKenzie continues to pursue film, vocal performance, theater, and song-writing, and gives gratitude to Camp Tatiyee, his mother and sister for inspiring him.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Soundtrack
Birth Day August 24, 1993
Birth Place American
Austin P. McKenzie age 30 YEARS OLD
Residence New York City, New York
Alma mater Columbia College Chicago
Occupation Actor, singer, ASL interpreter
Years active 2014–present
Known for Spring Awakening on Broadway

💰 Net worth

Austin P. McKenzie, a talented actor and accomplished soundtrack artist in the American entertainment industry, is projected to have a net worth ranging from $100,000 to $1 million by 2023. With his undeniable talent and immense dedication to his craft, McKenzie has gained recognition and popularity among audiences worldwide. Known for his remarkable performances and ability to flawlessly express emotions, he has earned himself a respectable standing in the industry. As he continues to take on challenging roles and contribute his musical abilities to various soundtracks, his net worth is expected to grow significantly in the coming years.



McKenzie recently starred in the ABC docudrama miniseries When We Rise, helmed by Dustin Lance Black and Gus Van Sant. He portrays the young LGBT Activist Cleve Jones in the period piece, which chronicles the personal and political struggles, setbacks and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBTQ people who helped pioneer an offshoot of the Civil Rights Movement from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today. When We Rise tells the history of the modern gay rights movement, starting with the Stonewall riots in 1969. McKenzie also sings "Thinking of You" from the When We Rise Soundtrack.


Soon after graduating from Columbia College Chicago, McKenzie sent in a tape to Director Michael Arden and the creative team at Deaf West Theatre, with hopes of obtaining a job as an interpreter during the company's ASL-inclusive run of Spring Awakening. However, the Deaf West team saw his potential, and requested he audition for the leading role in the production—the radical atheist Melchior Gabor. He was given the role, and began rehearsing for the show in mid-2014. At first, McKenzie was the only member of the hearing cast that was able to effectively communicate with their deaf and hard-of-hearing cohorts, thanks to his training in ASL. Deaf West's Spring Awakening originally performed at a 99-seat theatre off of skid row in Los Angeles, California from September 14, 2014 to November 9, 2014. It was McKenzie's professional theatre debut.


In addition to theatre, McKenzie has appeared on both the big and small screen. In 2015, he appeared in a one-episode guest starring role in the television series The 101.


He starred in the feature film Speech & Debate, adapted from the hit 2007 off-Broadway play of the same name by Tony-winning Playwright Stephen Karam and released by Sycamore Pictures and Vertical Entertainment in select theaters and VOD on April 7, 2017. McKenzie stars as one of three leads as the character of Howie, an openly gay teenager alongside Sarah Steele, who also starred in the original off-Broadway premiere of Speech & Debate and Liam James. The film features three misfit students in high school who are frustrated with the hypocrisy they see in their parents and school staff. Together, they try to revive an extinct school debate club to face the situation in which they find themselves. A number of theater names including Darren Criss and Lin-Manuel Miranda cameo in the film and Kristin Chenoweth sings an original song for the film.

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