Contact Agent

Caitlin McKeon


Caitlin McKeon is a passionate and talented triple threat. Growing up in London Ontario, she was always surrounded by music. With a drummer as a father and two older, musically gifted siblings, she learned to appreciate rhythm, music and harmony at a very young age. Caitlin is forever thankful for her parents who enrolled her in singing and dancing lessons and St. Mary choir school, allowing her to focus her creative energy and learn strength and discipline. She trained at Absolute Dance and O’Neill Academy of Dance for a combined total of 7 years studying jazz, acrobatics, tumbling, contemporary, lyrical, tap, ballet, pointe, musical theatre and hip hop. She was also fortunate to work under professionals such as Susan Ferley, Heather Davies, Kerry Gage, Amy Wright and many more during her 5 years participating in the Grand Theatre’s High School Project program.

Discovered in her high school production of Blood Brothers, she auditioned for and was cast as a featured singer in Canada Sings at Victoria Playhouse Petrolia. Due to her versatility and strong work ethic, she was asked back to perform in Everything Elvis as a dancer, the Christmas Jamboree as a special guest and What a Wonderful World starring Ben Vereen as ensemble.

Caitlin attended Fanshawe’s Theatre Arts Program to develop a strong acting background, making her a true Triple Threat. She graduated top of her class in 2018. Alongside fellow Fanshawe graduates, Caitlin created her own work choreographing and starring in Summertime at the TAP theatre in London. She was also lucky enough to fulfill her childhood dream by playing Josie Pye in the Guild’s production of Anne & Gilbert.

Now living in Toronto, Caitlin continues to perform and train locally. Caitlin is a young, hungry artist who is always looking to grow. She approaches every job with professionalism and a positive attitude – always thankful for the opportunity to perform. She is fortunate to be pursuing her dream and is excited to see where her path takes her.