Keenan MacWilliam

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Keenan MacWilliam
Occupation Actress, Singer, Dancer, Writer, Director, Fashion Designer
Years active 1999 - Present
Website
www.keenanmac.com

Keenan MacWilliam is a Canadian actress, singer, dancer, writer, director, and fashion designer. She is best known for her role as Carole Hanson for the first two seasons on the Australian television series The Saddle Club.

The Saddle Club[edit]

In 2000, MacWilliam was cast as Carole Hanson in The Saddle Club, a television series based on a series of books written by Bonnie Bryant. During the show's sporadic run, MacWilliam released several albums with her series co-stars which all have charted in Australian, two of which earned Gold status.

MacWilliam and other cast members performed The Saddle Club Arena Show on horseback during the Sydney Royal Easter Show in 2004 at the Sydney SuperDome.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 The Bone Collector Kimmie
Deep in My Heart Young Barbara Ann TV movies
Must Be Santa Heather
2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Emily Jerome Episode: "The Tale of the Night Nurse"
The Best Girl Alice
2001 The Saddle Club Carole Hanson #1 2001-2003 (52 episodes)
2002 Get a Clue Karen Disney Channel TV Movie
2008 Prom Wars Meg

Discography[edit]

The Saddle Club albums[edit]

Albums
  • Fun For Everyone (2002) – #45 Australia
  • On Top of the World (2003) – #20 Australia
  • Friends Forever (2003) – #38 Australia
  • Secrets & Dreams (2004) – #49 Australia
  • Hello World – The Best Of The Saddle Club (2004)
  • Summer With The Saddle Club (2008)
  • The Saddle Club – Greatest Hits (2009)
  • Grand Gallop – Hello World (2009) – Released in France only.

The Saddle Club Singles[edit]

  • "We Are The Saddle Club" (2002) – Australia
  • "Hello World" (2002) – #27 Australia #8 France
  • "Hey Hey What You Say" (2003) – #20 Australia
  • "Hello World"/"Hey Hey What You Say" (2003)
  • "Wonderland "(2003) – #17 Australia
  • Special Mane Event EP (2004)
  • "Boogie Oogie Oogie" (2003) – #29 Australia
  • "Everybody Come On" (2003)
  • "Undercover Movers And Shakers" (2004) – #42 Australia
  • "L.I.F.E" (2004) – #34 Australia
  • "Welcome To The Saddle Club" (2004)
  • "Sleeping Under The Stars" (2004)

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