Jared Keeso is a Canadian actor, producer, and songwriter who was born on July 1, 1984. Keeso is mostly popular for producing as well as starring in the “Letterkenny” which is a popular comedy series. The amazing thing is that he achieved a Canadian Screen Award for this series. Well, he owns a net worth of $5 million.
Jared Keeso is also popular for performing the role of Ben Chartier in “19-2” which is a Canadian police procedural crime drama TV series. He also won a Canadian Screen Award for this series.
In addition to that, he is well-known for performing in “The Don Cherry Story” in the year 2010 as well as “The Don Cherry Story II” in the year 2012. By appearing in these films, he achieved a Gemini Award as well as a Leo Award.
Keeso was born to Richard Keeso and Anne in Listowel, Ontario, Canada. One thing I should mention here is that the Keeso family owned a family business named “Keeso Sawmill Company” The interesting thing is that the company was developed in 1872. Unfortunately, the sawmill was shattered down on September 9, 2018, owing to a fire mishap.
Jared Keeso worked several years in their sawmill before getting started his film career. Keeso performed the role of Don Cherry in a couple of CBC TV movies. He even portrayed as a controversial hockey coach as well as a player.
Well, the first movie was aired in early 2010, and the second one was aired in the year 2012. The great thing is that he achieved a Leo Award for the “Best Lead Performance”. He also won a Gemini Award for his outstanding acting performance.
In the year 2013, Keeso started YouTubing and produced Fun Games Pictures along with Mike Boren. Their channel became successful because of a bunch of short sketches that portrait the struggles of the Canadian farmers.
Jared Keeso had performed a variety of roles in both films as well as TV series. He has a lot of awards and achievements in his career.