McKenzie Fergus is an accomplished actress currently affiliated with Acclaim Talent in Austin, Texas. As a film actress, she has worked in both Austin and Houston, earning lead or principal credits for production companies such as SWAMP Productions, Action Figure Films, 8DFM/Zodiac Films, Metal Machine Movie Productions, and University of Texas Film Productions. Also a talented theatrical performer, McKenzie Fergus has served with local theater companies such as APAC Productions, LMS Productions, Paramount Theater Productions, San Marcos Community Theater, and Lincoln MS Productions. McKenzie Fergus has trained at Texas-based studios including Talent Quest, Kim Dawson (KD) Studio, and Mona Lee. She has also taken courses in Los Angeles at CBS Comedy Studios and through Actors Consultation. She pursued additional training at Quad Recording Studios NYC and Weist-Barron Academy in New York, where she also won First Place for Vocal Performance at the International Modeling and Talent Association (IMTA). She also placed in the Top Five for the IMTA Monologue and Cold Read Competitions. A well-rounded performer, McKenzie Fergus holds special skills in voice-over, improvisation, and soloing.
Raised in Abilene, Texas, McKenzie Fergus graduated from Abilene High School in 2009. Currently, she is a sophomore at Texas Christian University where she majors in Public Relations. In addition to her work as an actress, she holds professional experience working in the law office of Fergus & Fergus L.L.P. and at Star Dodge Chrysler Jeep in Abilene. Active in her local community, she has contributed to charities such as the Bluebonnet Room and the Christian Service Center of Abilene. She has also volunteered with Abilene Hope Haven, Inc., which provides transitional housing and support services for homeless families, and Tri-Hi-Y Club. In her free time, McKenzie Fergus enjoys skiing, boating, swimming, and traveling. An accomplished runner, she completed a full marathon in Ottawa, Canada, in 2009 and the Edinburgh, Scotland, Half Marathon in 2011.