The show became an overnight success and made Mc Kenzie famous. Mc Kenzie reportedly earned between about ,000 and ,000 per episode throughout the show's run. As a result of the show's success, Mc Kenzie appeared in magazines including People, In Touch Weekly and Us Weekly. 5 in Independent Online's "100 Sexiest Men Alive" and twice appeared on Teen People magazine's annual list of "25 Sexiest Stars under 25". dropped in ratings dramatically during its third and fourth seasons, and ended in early 2007. C., Mc Kenzie made his feature film debut in Junebug alongside Amy Adams and Embeth Davidtz.
It also received high praise at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
In 2008, Mc Kenzie earned critical acclaim for his solo performance in the "live on stage, on film" version of Dalton Trumbo's 1939 novel Johnny Got His Gun, his first starring role in a feature film.
In the relationship-focused Q&A, Mc Kenzie, 36, also admitted his former flames “would say, ‘He’s stubborn.’ Maybe that’s a little too self-deprecating. Maybe a little detached at times.” Mc Kenzie, who has managed to keep his romantic relationships out of the spotlight, revealed another intimate detail: Handcuffs have made an appearance in the bedroom.
“I didn’t have them,” he clarified, but “they were brought.
Mc Kenzie is a catch, but he hasn't always had it easy.