Keir Gilchrist Net Worth

Are you interested in the total net worth of Keir Gilchrist? Famous actors around the world earn huge amounts of money. Keir Gilchrist is no exception from this rule. You should know that Keir Gilchrist is a Hollywood star, born on unknown in Camden, London, England. Having starred and featured on many hit Hollywood movies and popular TV shows, this actor has amassed a fortune under his belt! His parents are Ian Gilchrist, Catherine Gilchrist and he also has a sibling Evan Gilchrist. As a kid and later as an adult, Keir Gilchrist attended unknown. Born in the Canadian, British Keir Gilchrist is a very talented actor who is also known of having the aliases or nicknames of unknown. He is 1.70 m tall. The total net worth of Keir Gilchrist is quite a lot – $400,000.

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Keir was reportedly very interested in acting from an early age, and his drama teacher influenced him to pursue it as a career. He made his debut with the role of Jim Stockwell Jr. in ‘‘Queer as Folk’’ in 2003, and subsequently portrayed young David in ‘‘The Right Way’’, a critically acclaimed comedy drama movie in which he worked alongside Karyn Dwyer, Jefferson Brown and Gloria Slade. Remaining busy in 2004, had several other small acting gigs, before in 2007 he joined the cast of ‘‘The Winner’’, a series which follows the story of a successful man who looks back at the time when he lived with his parents. In 2009, he landed the role of Marshall Gregson in ‘‘United States of Tara’’, a critically acclaimed television series which follows the story of a woman who struggles with her identity while raising a dysfunctional family. The series won one Golden Globe award, in addition to winning five more awards, such as Primetime Emmy, AFI International, and OFTA Television Awards. Gilchrist then had several minor appearances, until most importantly in 2010 he landed the role of Craig in ‘‘It’s Kind of a Funny Story’’, opposite Dana DeVestern and Lauren Graham. The film follows the story of a depressed teenager who gets new life after checking in to the psychiatric ward, and received two nominations – Black Reel and Artios for Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Feature – Studio or Independent Comedy, adding to his net worth.

In the following years Ken had minor roles on television, with projects such as ‘‘Family Guy’’ and ‘‘Delete’’, and in 2014 was cast as Rudy McAllister in ‘‘Sea of Fire’’, working with Jennifer Carpenter and Jack Davenport. In 2014, Keir was cast to play Paul in ‘‘It Follows’’, a critically acclaimed horror movie focused on a young woman followed by a supernatural force, rewarded with 24 awards such as Next Wave Award for Best Film and Best Screenplay, Bram Stoker, Critics, and Chainsaw Awards. Gilchrist went on to work on several projects in 2015, and landed the role of John Lovett in ‘‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’’, a biographical film with Keir working alongside actors such as Billy Crudup and Michael Angarano. In 2016, he had two more successful movies, ‘‘The Elvis Room’’ and ‘‘Katie Says Goodbye’’, with the latter winning seven awards such as Best Screenplay and Grand Jury. In the following year, he was cast to portray Sam Gardner in ‘‘Atypical’’, a critically appraised comedy drama series which follows the story of an autistic boy who looks for a girlfriend. To conclude, this actor has had 47 acting gigs so far.

When it comes to his private life, Keir is in a relationship with Michelle Farrah Huang. In one interview, he revealed that he enjoys both sad and angry music. He is active on social media such as Instagram, on which he is followed by over 90,000 people.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Keir Gilchrist
  • Net Worth: $400,000
  • Date Of Birth: September 29, 1992
  • Place Of Birth: Camden, London, England
  • Height: 1.70 m
  • Weight: 60 kg
  • Profession: Actor, Child Actor, Voice Actor
  • Nationality: Canadian, British
  • Parents: Ian Gilchrist, Catherine Gilchrist
  • Siblings: Evan Gilchrist
  • Partner: Michelle Farrah Huang
  • Instagram:
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  • Movies: It Follows, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, The Good Neighbor, Dark Summer, Dead Silence, Len and Company, Tales of Halloween, Just Peck, The Rocker, A Lobster Tale, Katie Says Goodbye, Samantha: An American Girl Holiday, Seasick Sailor, Share, The Right Way, The Stanford Prison Experiment, George Ryga’…
  • TV Shows: United States of Tara, The Winner, Atypical


  • Keir won Best Actor at the 2013 Williamsburg Independent Film Festival for “Seasick Sailor.”.
  • He was born in London, England, to Canadian parents. He has Scottish, English, and Northern Irish ancestry. On his mother’s side, he is the grandson of economist and Scarborough East MP Douglas Dennison Peters.
  • Went to school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Brother of Evan Gilchrist.


Title Year Status Character
Heartthrob 2017 post-production Henry Sinclair
Atypical 2017/I TV Series pre-production Sam
The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards 2017 post-production Michael
Katie Says Goodbye 2016 Matty
The Elvis Room 2016 Short Kurt
The Good Neighbor 2016 Sean
Los 2015 Short Left
Smoke 2015/IV Short Michael
Tales of Halloween 2015 The Stranger (segment “The Weak and the Wicked”)
Len and Company 2015 William
Share 2015/I Short Dylan
The Stanford Prison Experiment 2015 John Lovett
Dark Summer 2015 Daniel
It Follows 2014 Paul
Sea of Fire 2014 TV Movie Rudy McAllister
Seasick Sailor 2013 Short Penna
Delete 2013 TV Mini-Series Daniel Gerson
Newsreaders 2013 TV Series Ben Hayflack Age 18
Family Guy 2007-2013 TV Series Toby / Kyle
United States of Tara 2009-2011 TV Series Marshall Gregson
Matty Hanson and the Invisibility Ray 2011 Matty Hanson
It’s Kind of a Funny Story 2010 Craig
Hungry Hills 2009 Snit Mandolin
Just Peck 2009 Peck
The Listener 2009 TV Series Daniel / Lisa
The Rocker 2008 Moby Type Kid
The Egg Factory 2008 Matthew Hanson
Life with Derek 2007 TV Series Jamie
The Altar Boy Gang 2007 TV Series Neil
The Winner 2007 TV Series Josh McKellar
Dead Silence 2007 Young Henry
A Lobster Tale 2006 Mike Stanton
Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends 2006 TV Series Squidge
Find 2006 Short Young Ed
Spoonfed 2006 Short Bobby
ReGenesis 2006 TV Series 10 Year Old Boy
The Waldo Cumberbund Story 2005 Short Young Waldo Cumberbund
1-800-Missing 2005 TV Series Danny Sheperd
Horsie’s Retreat 2005 Louie
An American Girl Holiday 2004 TV Movie Factory Boy
Doc 2004 TV Series R.J. Mitchell
Saint Ralph 2004 Kid Collins
The Sadness of Johnson Joe Jangles 2004 Short Clint the Boy Doctor
The Right Way 2004 Young David
Queer as Folk 2003 TV Series Jim Stockwell Jr.
Title Year Status Character
31st Annual Genie Awards 2011 TV Special Himself – Presenter
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition 2011 TV Series Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2010 TV Series Himself
Made in Hollywood 2010 TV Series Himself


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