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Growing up, Keeley was educated at Bromley’s Ravensbourne School until she was 16. At that time, her ambitions had already gotten the best of her and she dropped out, with dreams of becoming a Page 3 girl. She took a job as an apprentice to a hairdresser until she was of age to begin submitting her photos to The Sun. In the meantime, with the help of her fellow co-workers, Keeley took some sexy photos of herself at age 17 and submitted them to The Daily Star’s “Search for a Beach Babe” contest. She won with ease.
Since she never finished school, Keeley eventually took courses at Lewisham College in fashion, drama and psychology while she still waited for her big break. Until she turned 18 and could submit her photos to The Sun, she had to continue hairdressing, as she could not find enough full-time modeling work. Finally, in 2004, she was able to submit her photos to The Sun’s Page 3 Idol contest, and won the competition. Along with the pride of winning, she was given 10,000 Euros in clothing and an exclusive, one-year modeling contract with The Sun.
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After her contract was complete, Keeley moved on to other men’s publications, including Maxim, FHM, Zoo, Loaded and Nuts. She did continue to pose for The Sun as well. However, she rejected an offer from Playboy, as she felt uncomfortable with it.
In a 2009 issue of Loaded magazine, Keeley announced that she would was quiting acting and moving to Los Angeles, California to pursue her acting career. She had had a small role in the film “Cashback” in 2006, but that was about it. Her acting resume has increased substantially since, landing roles in films such as “St. George’s Day” and the Sundance hit “Like Crazy.” Her last appearance on the cover of a men’s magazine was for FHM’s January 2013 issue, where she reiterated her retirement, as well as showed off what appeared to be drastically reduced breasts.