Doug McKeon

Doug McKeon

Highest Rated: 93% On Golden Pond (1981)

Lowest Rated: 50% Mischief (1985)

Birthday: Jun 10, 1966

Birthplace: Not Available

As a busy juvenile actor, Doug McKeon was featured on the TV serial The Edge of Night, and was co-starred with Brian Dennehy in the 1979 prime-time series Big Shamus, Little Shamus. McKeon was 12 years old when he was honored with a Golden Globe nomination for his work in the TV production Uncle Joe Shannon. His best-known screen assignment was as Henry Fonda's surly step-grandson in the 1981 crowd-pleaser On Golden Pond. McKeon went on to make his last teenage appearance in the 1985 comedy Mischief; that same year, he made his first grown-up appearance as the title character in the TV biopic Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story. In 1975, Doug McKeon made his Broadway debut in the musical Truckload. In 1983, he stepped in for a vacationing Matthew Broderick in the starring role in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet I Spit on Your Grave 3: Vengeance Is Mine Oscar 2015
No Score Yet Come Away Home Director 2005
No Score Yet Critical Mass Breem 2001
No Score Yet The Boys of Sunset Ridge Director Screenwriter 2001
71% The Empty Mirror The Typist 1999
No Score Yet Courting Courtney Barney 1998
No Score Yet Sub Down Chief of Boat 1997
No Score Yet Kounterfeit Patron 1997
No Score Yet Where the Red Fern Grows: Part Two Billy Coleman 1992
No Score Yet Norman Rockwell's 'Breaking Home Ties' Lonnie 1987
No Score Yet Turnaround Actor 1987
50% Mischief Jonathan 1985
No Score Yet Heart of a Champion: The Ray Mancini Story Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini 1985
No Score Yet Desperate Lives Scott Cameron 1982
No Score Yet An Innocent Love (One Starry Night) Harry Woodward 1982
No Score Yet Night Crossing Frank Strelzyks 1982
93% On Golden Pond Billy Ray 1981
No Score Yet The Comeback Kid Actor 1980
No Score Yet Uncle Joe Shannon Robbie 1978
No Score Yet Centennial Philip Wendell 1978


70% Life
Lt. Karen Davis 2007
No Score Yet From the Earth to the Moon
Allen 1998
No Score Yet Murder, She Wrote
Donny Harrigan 1986


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