Ever since his feature film debut, “Asking For It,” the work he has done with music videos, his focus on diversity, and his philanthropy/activism Eamon O’Rourke has been paving the way for millennial creatives. Here are just a few of the things you should know about this talent:

  • He got his start in Hollywood as an actor.
  • He is an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and is vocal about the role artists play in social justice movements.
  • Loves to share his artwork on instagram using #followthegift to talk about creativity with followers.
  • As a songwriter and performer, Eamon has collaborated with some of the biggest names in entertainment—from his own music videos to Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” music video, John Legend’s “Make Room” music video (which he also stars in), and a recent collaboration with ZZ Ward for her new album.
  • His style can be described as eclectic and clean.
  • He is the founder of The Soap Co., which specializes in skin care products made from ingredients that are good for you AND the planet. Think organic oils, therapeutic herbs and beneficial ingredients like radiance-boosting vitamin C and hydrating aloe vera.

The allure of Eamon O’Rourke is in his style. He is a film and television actor, singer/songwriter, philanthropist and activist. As he continues to make his mark in the entertainment industry, he is also inspiring others to get involved with their passions and take action in the world around them.

The Soap Co.

The Soap Co was founded by Eamon O’Rourke with the belief that simple products can be good for you AND good for the environment. Their clean, organic products (made with high quality ingredients) are recommended by celebrity stylists and are sold worldwide in Sephora and Nordstrom department stores.

Last Spring, Eamon O’Rourke founded The Soap Co to make a difference in the environment and improve people’s lives. They have since been featured at the House Beautiful Living Show, as well as in Cosmopolitan, High Times & Glamour Magazine.

Eamon O’Rourke also creates his own artwork that he posts with the hashtag #followthegift to share with followers on social media. One of his most recent pieces was a beautiful drawing of him at a piano onstage that was released on February 9, 2017 (the day after his 29th birthday).