Grace McKeaney Biography
|Birth Name||Grace Josephine McKeaney|
|Profession||Television Writer, Playwright, Educator|
|Divorce||John Getz (January 3, 1987 - 1996)|
|Education||Northwestern University, Yale University|
Grace McKeaney is an American TV writer and producer, playwright, and educator. The ex-wife of actor John Getz, Grace is mother to Hannah Getz, a cinematographer.
Mother Of Daughter Hannah Getz With Ex-Husband John Getz
Grace McKeaney was formerly married to the acclaimed theatre, film, and television actor John Getz, of Zodiac, The Social Network, and Jobs fame. They got married on January 3, 1987, and were together for nearly ten years but got divorced in 1996.
Before Getz, Grace was married to James Mark Wilcox Milliken. They got divorced on July 3, 1985.
McKeaney has two children, one with each of her ex-husbands. Her daughter with John Getz, Hannah Getz, grew up to become a cinematographer.
An Alumnus Of Northwestern University And Yale University
Grace McKeaney received her education from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and Yale University's School of Drama in New Haven, Connecticut.
A drama major at Northwestern, McKeaney starred as Blanche DuBois in the production of the Tennessee Williams play, A Streetcar Named Desire.
She received her Master of Fine Arts degree in playwriting from Yale University.
What Is Grace McKeaney's Net Worth In 2020?
According to reports published on various online sites, Grace McKeaney is believed to have a net worth of around $0.5 million in 2020. A noted playwright, TV writer, producer, and educator,
McKeaney has written for and/or produced episodes of such TV series as Roseanne on ABC, St. Elsewhere on NBC, The Client on CBS, The Hoop Life on Showtime, and The Education of Max Bickford on CBS.
Grace McKeaney is most known as a playwright. Several of her plays have been featured in theatres all over the US. A staple of the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, her plays "Chicks", "How it Hangs", and "Deadfall" were performed during the '70s.
McKeaney has also worked behind-the-scenes of notable television series as a writer and/or a producer. She has written for and/or produced episodes of such TV series as the ABC sitcom Roseann e, the NBC medical drama series St. Elsewhere, the CBS legal drama series The Client, the Showtime sports drama series The Hoop Life, and the CBS drama series The Education of Max Bickford.
In addition to her work as a writer, producer, and playwright, McKeaney is also an educator. She taught elementary and junior high classes and was once a teacher of playwrighting at her alma mater, Northwestern University.