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The Long Riders
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King Lear
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Stacy Keach, Sr.
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Arthur Kopit
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Ian Holm
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James Earl Jones
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Clint Eastwood
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Stacy Keach

Knowledge Identifier: +Stacy_Keach

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Stacy Keach

American actor and narrator add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1941.

Countries: United States (63%), United Kingdom (11%), Texas (7%)

Main connections: The Long Riders, King Lear, Stacy Keach, Sr.

Linked to: Fox Broadcasting Company, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Van Nuys High School, Yale School of Drama

 

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Stacy Keach was born in 1941 add something


1958

One of Keach's early television roles was in 1958 on the syndicated romantic comedy, "How to Marry a Millionaire", with Barbara Eden and Merry Anders add something


1959

Keach graduated from Van Nuys High School in June 1959, where he was class president, earned two BA degrees at the University of California, Berkeley , one in English, the other in Dramatic Art add something


1967

Then, in 1967, he was cast, again Off Broadway, in George Tabori's "The Niggerlovers" with Morgan Freeman in his acting debut add something


1968

Lee J. Cobb - In 1968 his performance as King Lear with Stacy Keach as Edmund, René Auberjonois as the Fool and Philip Bosco as Kent achieved the longest run for the play in Broadway history


1969

"Million Dollar Baby", DVD, directed by Clint Eastwood Keach first appeared on Broadway in 1969 as Buffalo Bill in "Indians" by Arthur Kopit add something


1970

He was romantically linked to singer Judy Collins in the early 1970s add something

 

Gene Frankel - His most notable Broadway production was Arthur Kopit's "Indians" starring Stacy Keach, who won the 1970 Tony *award as Best Actor for his portrayal of Buffalo Bill


1971

In the 1971 film "Doc", Keach played the title character, John "Doc" Holiday, who may have been born with a cleft palate add something

 

The Long Riders - In 1971 James and Stacy Keach played brothers in a TV film called "The Wright Brothers"


1973

He was the first choice for the role of father Damien Karras in the 1973 movie "The Exorcist", but he did not accept the role add something

 

Stacy Keach's storytelling talent as narrator was given worldwide exposure in the 1973 Formula One racing documentary "Champions Forever, The Quick and the Dead" by Claude du Boc. add something


1975

His first-ever experience as a series regular on a television program was playing the lead role of Lieutenant Ben Logan in "Caribe" in 1975 add something


1978

In 1978 he played a role of explorer and scientist in "The Mountain of the Cannibal God", co-starring former Bond girl Ursula Andress add something


1980

He went on to play Kane in the 1980 movie "The Ninth Configuration", written and directed by Blatty; this role was itself intended for Nicol Williamson add something

 

In the early 1980s, he starred in the title role of the national touring company of the musical "Barnum" composed by Cy Coleman add something

 

Frank James - In 1980, Stacy Keach played Frank James in the film "The Long Riders", which featured four sets of real brothers playing sets of brothers in the gang


1981

Richard Franklin (director) - Filmed and set in Australia, and starring American actors Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis , "Roadgames" was the most expensive Australian movie ever made at the time of its release in 1981


1982

In 1982 Keach starred in Butterfly with Pia Zadora add something

 

Pia Zadora - Zadora starred alongside Stacy Keach and Orson Welles in the 1982 film version of James M. Cain's novel "Butterfly," whose plot revolved around father-daughter incest

 

The Long Riders - In February 1982 Stacy Keach said the script was being written and that it would be a theatrical feature or a television mini series

 

The Long Riders - In September 1982 Stacy Keach said "There's the possibility of doing something for television with it


1984

He later portrayed and is best known as Mike Hammer in the CBS television series "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer" and "The New Mike Hammer" from 1984 to 1987 add something

 

In 1984, London police arrested Keach at Heathrow Airport for carrying cocaine add something


1997

He returned to the role of Hammer in "Mike Hammer, Private Eye", a new syndicated series that aired from 1997 to 1998 add something


1999

Beginning in 1999, he served as the narrator for the home video clip show "World's Most Amazing Videos", which is now seen on Spike TV add something


2000

In 2000, he played the cantankerous father Ken Titus in the title family of Fox's sitcom "Titus" add something

 

Lawrence Taylor - He acted in the 2000 Christian film "Mercy Streets" with Eric Roberts and Stacy Keach, and the 2003 prison movie "In Hell" with Jean Claude Van Damme


2002

Dennis Etchison - In 2002, Etchison adapted episodes of the original Twilight Zone TV series for a CBS radio series hosted by Stacy Keach


2005

Kenneth Johnson (actor) - In October 2005, he appeared in the "Smallville" Season 5 episode "Mortal" as a metahuman called Tommy Lee. He appeared in the 2006 Hallmark Channel original movie, "Desolation Canyon", with Stacy Keach and Patrick Duffy and starred in the 2005 indie film "Zzyzx", a thriller about two friends who take a detour on their way to Las Vegas


2006

In 2006, he performed the lead role in Shakespeare's "King Lear" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago add something


2008

In Oliver Stone's 2008 biopic "W.", Keach portrays a Texas preacher whose spiritual guidance begins with George W. Bush's AA experience, but extends long thereafter add something

 

In 2008, he played Merlin in Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot", done with the NY Philharmonic add something


 

In the summer of 2009, Shakespeare Theatre Company remounted the production of "King Lear" at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington D.C., which won him the Helen Hayes award for Outstanding Actor add something

 

He had a mild stroke in March 2009 and has made a full recovery add something


2010

On December 16, 2010, Keach began performances as patriarch Lyman Wyeth in the off-Broadway premiere of Jon Robin Baitz' acclaimed new play "Other Desert Cities add something


2011

" The production transferred to Broadway's Booth Theatre, where it opened November 3, 2011 add something

 

Jon Robin Baitz - His play "Other Desert Cities" opened Off-Broadway at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in New York on January 13, 2011, starring Stockard Channing, Linda Lavin, Stacy Keach, Thomas_Sadoski and Elizabeth Marvel


2013

In November 2013, Keach appeared on the Fox comedy series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" add something


2014

On January 6, 2014 Stacy became the official voice of The Opie and Anthony Channel on SiriusXM Satellite Radio add something

 

He will be returning to Broadway on December 6, 2014 playing the role of Andrew Makepeace in the revival of "Love Letters" at the Brooks Atkinson Theater alongside with Diana Rigg add something


2017

In 2017, the film 'Gotti: In The Shadow of My Father' will be released add something

 

In June 2017, Keach fell ill during the opening night production of Pamplona at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago add something

 

Keach was scheduled to play Ernest Hemingway in Jim McGrath's one-man play "Pamplona" at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago from May 30 to June 25, 2017 add something


2018

In February 2018, the Goodman announced that Keach would return to the role July 10 through August 18 add something

 

Keach returned to the role at The Goodman one year later, July 10, 2018 through August 18, 2018 add something

 

Jesus of Nazareth (miniseries) - As of February, 2018, Robert Powell, Olivia Hussey, Yorgo Voyagis, Tony Lo Bianco, John Duttine, Ian McShane, Christopher Plummer, James Earl Jones, Michael York, Stacy Keach, Ian_Holm, Claudia Cardinale and Valentina Cortese are the only surviving main cast members