Keneti James Fitzgerald Apa is a New Zealand actor, singer, and musician. He began acting playing Kane Jenkins in the New Zealand primetime soap opera Shortland Street from 2013 to 2015. In 2016, Apa was cast in the lead role of Archie Andrews in the CW drama series Riverdale. In film, Apa has starred in A Dog's Purpose, The Hate U Give, and I Still Believe.
|Born:||Keneti James Fitzgerald Apa, June 17, 1997, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Occupation:||Actor, singer, musician|
|Relatives:||Michael Jones (uncle)|
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About KJ Apa
Gained notoriety for his role as Archie Andrews on the CW series Riverdale, he also portrayed Kane Jenkins on New Zealand's popular TV2 soap opera Shortland Street. In 2018, he starred in the film The Hate U Give and later was cast as Jeremy Camp in the biopic I Still Believe.
KJ Apa Before Fame
When he was just fourteen years old, he recorded a solo guitar album. He joined the cast of Shortland Street in 2013.
Achievement of KJ Apa
He has cultivated a significant internet presence, accumulating more than 16 million Instagram followers.
KJ Apa Family Life
His real name is Keneti James Fitzgerald Apa. He grew up in Auckland, New Zealand with older sisters named Arieta and Timena.
Associations of KJ Apa
He and Emily Robins both became known for their roles on Shortland Street.
Information related to KJ Apa
- New Zealand Christians
- New Zealand male soap opera actors
- People educated at King's College, Auckland
- 21st-century New Zealand male actors
- New Zealand male film actors
- New Zealand male television actors