Irish American actor Glenn Keogh appears on television twice the same week emerging December 3rd on the CBS action series MAGNUM P.I. and the HBO hit comedy CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM on December 5th. Keogh follows that up by heading to the big screen in the Marvel franchise film, SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME, releasing in theaters on December 17th.
In the upcoming “A Fire in the Ashes” episode of MAGNUM P.I., Keogh steps into the action as Parkes, when Magnum (Jay Hernandez) starts following Higgins (Perdita Weeks), who has been secretly assigned to infiltrate a group threatening to take down MI-6.
Switching gears and going for laughs, Keogh enters into the acclaimed Larry David comedy series, CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM, during the episode “Irma Kostroski.” The semi-improvised storyline is being kept under wraps, but revolves around Larry’s latest predicament at work.
Audiences can also catch Keogh in theaters everywhere as part of the latest adventure facing Marvel’s web-spinning superhero in SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Directed by Jon Watts, Tom Holland reprises the role of Spider-Man, whose identity now revealed, forces Peter into asking Doctor Strange for help.
Keogh is thrilled to have not one, not two, but three roles hitting screens in December, adding “I was truly blessed to get to work my acting chops this year across these roles, in Honolulu, Atlanta and Los Angeles. All very different characters and a ton of fun to get to play in the Marvel, Curb and Magnum worlds! Excited to see them play out on screen.”
Fans will recall Keogh from his first Marvel adventure as the mischievous alien ‘TROK’ from Season 6 of ABC’s beloved series, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. He also gained attention for starring alongside Luke Hemsworth and Tom Atkins in the sci-fi indie feature film, Encounter, and for appearing in Michael Bay’s blockbuster action film, Transformers: Age of Extinction. Keogh proved a standout as King Fergus on ABC’s fairytale fantasy drama, Once Upon a Time, and recurring as Sean O’Brien, father of Walter (Elyes Gabel), on the CBS drama, Scorpion. Keogh has worked all over the world in film and television projects including prominent roles in Sons of Anarchy, Ray Donovan, The O.A., Criminal Minds, NCIS, Castle, Undercovers, and New Girl.