Many children of the '90s have fond memories of Andrew Keegan, who played the adorable rebel Zack in Camp Nowhere, the douchey but inarguably hot popular guy in 10 Things I Hate About You, and teen dad Wilson West on 7th Heaven. Now Vice is reporting that the actor is embarking on a second act: this time as the leader of a "spiritual movement" based in LA's Venice neighborhood.
The church, Full Circle, is home to a talking pet parrot named Krishna, and its website describes it as a "conscious social movement" that "integrates the indigenous and modern practices, bringing individuals, community and organizations together as indispensable collaborators realizing a co-creative, sustainable and fulfilling future."
Andrew fell off the pop-culture radar around the turn of the millennium — resurfacing after an unfortunate Tasering incident and arrest in 2011 — but now says he's newly focused on spreading peace after a spiritual awakening that same year involving a crystal at a religious ceremony. (As he says in the Vice article, it's a "long story.") His bio on the Full Circle site refers to him as a "social alchemist," "visionary activist," and — oh, yeah — a "well-known actor." File this under career transformations we never saw coming.