• 24 August 1973
  •  Paris, France

Ele Keats


Recognized as "the essence of health, talent and sincerity", Ele Keats has worked with some of the most acclaimed artists in Hollywood since her acting debut at 15 in the famous Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial. Born in Paris to copywriter Sacha Georgescu and Ford model Jan McGuire, Keats was raised in New York City and Germany before relocating to Los Angeles at 12 where she pursued her model and acting career. A trained singer and dancer, Keats quickly established herself as a familiar face on television, appearing in numerous commercials and starring as Anny in Fox's teen soap-opera Tribes (1990). More film roles followed, including There Goes My Baby (1994), Garry Marshall's Frankie and Johnny (1991) (opposite Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer), the Disney musical Newsies (1992) (opposite Christian Bale and Robert Duvall) and Frank Marshall's acclaimed drama Alive (1993) (opposite Ethan Hawke and Vincent Spano). On television, she has worked in numerous renowned series such as Diagnosis Murder (1993), Touched by an Angel (1994), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) and Cold Case (2003) and has appeared in more than one hundred national TV commercials. More recently, Keats has kept building her solid career with roles in Steven Soderbergh's Eros (2004) (opposite Robert Downey Jr.), the acclaimed short film Snowflake (2014) and the horror film Insidious: Chapitre 3 (2015).