Mackenzie Firgens

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Mackenzie Firgens
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Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present

Mackenzie Firgens is an American actress.


Firgens studied theatre at the Goodman School of Drama at DePaul University.[citation needed] She has performed with the Tony Award winning San Francisco Mime Troupe.[citation needed]

Firgens made her feature film debut starring as Harmony in the underground hit Groove.[1] Firgens played the role of April in the film version of the Broadway sensation Rent.[2]

Firgens also starred in Quality of Life and appeared on the films Broken Arrows, Break, My Name Is Khan, and The Thompsons.



Year Title Role Notes
2000 Groove Harmony Stitts
2003 Cupids Susan Short film
2004 Quality of Life Lisa
2004 Life at Bay Jenna Short film
2005 Rent April Ericsson
2006 Sweet Insanity Christina
2006 Filter Charlie Stokes Short film
2006 Nail Polish Missy
2006 Hamiltons, TheThe Hamiltons Darlene Hamilton
2006 Carrier Suzie
2007 Broken Arrows Abby
2007 Revolution Summer Hope
2007 Pink Conspiracy, TheThe Pink Conspiracy Victoria
2007 'Call My Name Constance Summer Holiday Short film
2008 Book of Caleb, TheThe Book of Caleb Cole
2008 Village Barbershop, TheThe Village Barbershop Amy
2008 Break The Mysterious Brunette
2008 Alien Encounter Ashley
2009 In Parallel Angela Short film
2010 Gerald Helen
2010 Violent Kind, TheThe Violent Kind Trixie
2012 Stitch in Time Sunny
2012 Thompsons, TheThe Thompsons Darlene Hamilton-Thompson
2014 Preston Castle Liz
2015 Unlucky Stars Samantha
2016 My Movie Girl Vivian


Year Title Role Notes
2003 America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back Kiara Episode: "Dino and Troy Smith"
2008 James Gunn's PG Porn Violet Episodes: "Peanus", "A Very Peanus Christmas"
2008 Humanzee! Penny Episode: "Pilot"
2009 CSI: NY Nurse Episode: "Help"


Firgens was nominated for the Best Actress award at the Down Beach Film Festival for her role as Helen in the film Gerald.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Mitchel, Elvis (June 9, 2000). "Groove". New York Times. 
  2. ^ Willis, John; Monush, Barry (November 1, 2006). Screen World Film Annual. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 161. ISBN 9781557837066. 

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