Stacy Keach

Mostly Credited As: Stacy Keach
Sometimes Credited As: Stacy Keach Jr.
Stacey Keach

Birth Name: Walter Stacy Keach Jr.
Date Of Birth: June 02, 1941 (Age 75)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Savannah, Georgia
Height: 5' 11 ½" (1.81 m)

Stacy Keach

He’s been around the acting biz for quite some time now, and it doesn’t look he’s going away anytime soon. Stacy Keach has gone above and beyond to showcase his award-winning acting abilities, but it wasn’t always sunshine and rainbows. In 1941, Keach was born in Savannah, Georgia with a cleft lip and partial cleft palate, which were both repaired with surgery. This didn’t get him down, and he continued to pursue his dream of acting. Keach took his craft seriously by studying at the University of California, Berkeley and the Yale University School of Drama. He also received a Fulbright Scholarship and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. His education definitely helped him further his career. Keach has had some of the greatest roles on the small and big screen. From “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” to “Fat City” to “Mike Hammer, Private Eye” to “Lights Out” to “Titus,” Keach’s work is quite versatile. One of his most popular roles was as Warden Henry Pope on “Prison Break.” Ironically, Keach served time himself. In 1984, he was jailed in a British prison for smuggling cocaine. He spent six months across the pond. In addition to acting, Keach is a pianist, composer and quite the Shakespearean. The stage is like home to Keach, where he’s been able to embrace his Broadway side and his Shakespearean side. He is especially well-known for his role as King Lear in theaters across the country and has won several awards for taking the stage. So far, Keach has been honored with two Lifetime Achievement Awards; once at the 2003 San Diego Film Festival and once at the 2010 St. Louis International Film Festival. He even earned a 1989 Golden Globe for the title role in “Hemingway.” For 25 years, he has been married to wife, Malgosia Tomassi. They met on the set of the 1986 TV movie “The Return of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer.” Today, they have one son, Shannon, and a daughter, Karolina. Prior to Malgosia, Keach was married three times. Speaking of family, his brother, James Keach, is also an actor who used to be married to actress Jane Seymour. Keach’s life doesn’t completely revolve around acting, as he has been giving back to others for years. For many years, Keach has served as an Honorary Chairperson for the Cleft Palate Foundation. In 1995, he received the Celebrity Outreach Award for his selflessness and avid charity work.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Crowded (2016)As: Bob
Lights Out (2011) (2011)As: Robert Leary
Meteor (2009)As: Sheriff Crowe
American Greed: Scams, Scoundrels and Scandals (2007)As: Narrator -- [Voice]
Prison Break (2005)As: Warden Henry Pope (S01)
Totally Outrageous Behavior (2004)As: Narrator
Titus (2000)As: Ken Titus
Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book (1998)As: the narrator
Mike Hammer, Private Eye (1997)As: Mike Hammer
Mike Hammer (1983) (1984)As: Mike Hammer
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)As: Barabbas
Caribe (1975)As: Lt. Ben Logan
Episode Cast Credits 

NCIS: New Orleans (2014) 
  My City 01x23: (May/12/2015) As Cassius Pride 
  Le Carnaval de la Mort 01x15: (Feb/17/2015) As Cassius Pride 

The Simpsons (1989) 
  Waiting for Duffman 26x17: (Mar/15/2015) Voiced  Howard K. Duff VII, [Special Guest Stars]
  Bart's New Friend 26x11: (Jan/11/2015) Voiced  Don Bookner, [Special Guest Stars]
  Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play 17x22: (May/21/2006) Voiced  Howard K. Duff VII 
  Regarding Margie 17x20: (May/07/2006) Voiced  Howard K. Duff VII 

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) 
  American Disgrace 16x02: (Oct/01/2014) As Orion Bauer, [Special Guest Stars]

Tom Green Live (2013) 
  Stacey Keach, David Faustino & Nick Thune 03x02: (Jun/19/2014) As Himself 

Enlisted (2014) 
  Vets 01x08: (Mar/14/2014) As Patrick, [Special Guest Stars]

Sean Saves The World (2013) 
  Trapped in the Closet (Part 2) 01x11: (Jan/09/2014) As Lee 
  Shut Your Parent Trap 01x04: (Oct/24/2013) As Lee 

The Neighbors (2012) (2012) 
  Thanksgiving is no Schmuck Bait 02x09: (Nov/22/2013) As Dominick 
  Camping 01x18: (Feb/27/2013) As Dominick 
  Thanksgiving is for the Bird-Kersees 01x08: (Nov/14/2012) As Dominick 

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) 
  Old School 01x08: (Nov/12/2013) As Jimmy Brogan 

1600 Penn (2012) 
  Marry Me, Baby 01x13: (Mar/28/2013) As Senator Frohm Thoroughgood 
  So You Don't Want To Dance? 01x03: (Jan/17/2013) As Senator Frohm Thoroughgood, [Special Guest Stars]

Malibu Country (2012) 
  All You Single Ladies 01x18: (Mar/22/2013) As Brad 

Anger Management (2012) 
  Charlie And Deception Therapy 02x06: (Feb/14/2013) As Ray 

30 Rock (2006) 
  Murphy Brown Lied To Us 06x18: (Apr/19/2012) As Stacy Keach 

Bored to Death (2009) 
  Nothing I Can't Handle By Running Away 03x08: (Nov/28/2011) As Harry Bergeron, [Special Guest Stars]
  Forget the Herring 03x07: (Nov/21/2011) As Harry Bergeron, [Special Guest Stars]

Two and a Half Men (2003) 
  This Is Not Gonna End Well 07x22: (May/24/2010) As Tom, [Special Guest Stars]
  I Found Your Mustache 07x17: (Mar/08/2010) As Tom, [Special Guest Stars]
  Tinkle Like a Princess 07x16: (Mar/01/2010) As Tom, [Special Guest Stars]
  Yay, No Polyps! 07x13: (Jan/18/2010) As Tom, [Special Guest Stars]

ER (1994) 
  Lights Out 13x20: (Apr/26/2007) As Mike Gates 
  Family Business 13x19: (Apr/19/2007) As Mike Gates 
  From Here to Paternity 13x17: (Feb/22/2007) As Mike Gates 

Prison Break (2005) 
  Bad Blood 02x17: (Feb/19/2007) As Henry Pope 
  Otis 02x02: (Aug/28/2006) As Warden Henry Pope 
  Manhunt 02x01: (Aug/21/2006) As Warden Henry Pope 

Will & Grace (1998) 
  From Queer To Eternity 07x22: (May/10/2005) As Wendell Schacter 

George Lopez (2002) 
  George Stare-oids Down Jason 04x23: (May/10/2005) As Blaine McNamara 

What's New Scooby-Doo? (2002) 
  Block-Long Hong Kong Horror 03x10: (Mar/26/2005) Voiced  Harold Lind 

Boomtown (2002) 
  Inadmissible 02x02: (Oct/03/2003) As Mac McNorris 

Touched by an Angel (1994) 
  Private Eyes 09x11: (Jan/11/2003) As Maury 
  Sympathy for the Devil 02x03: (Oct/07/1995) As Ty Duncan 

girls club (2002) 
  Book of Virtues 01x02: (Oct/28/2002) As Harold Falcon 

Malcolm in the Middle (2000) 
  Malcolm's Girlfriend 03x04: (Nov/28/2001) As Carl 

The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn (1999) 
  8/2/2001 03x60: (Aug/02/2001) As Himself 

Gary and Mike (2001) 
  Corn Ugly Dog 01x12: (Apr/13/2001) Voiced  Pops 

The Zeta Project (2001) 
  The Next Gen 01x05: (Feb/24/2001) Voiced  Roland deFlores 

Rugrats (1991) 
  Finsterella 08x06: (Jan/15/2001) Voiced  Marvin Finster 
  The Family Tree 05x12: (Sep/21/1998) Voiced  Marvin Finster 

E! True Hollywood Story (1996) 
  Kung Fu: the David Carradine Story 04x28: (Jul/30/2000) As Himself 

The Outer Limits (1995) (1995) 
  The Gun 06x02: (Jan/28/2000) As Cord van Owen 

Batman Beyond (1999) 
  Lost Soul 02x04: (Oct/09/1999) Voiced  Richard Vance 

American Experience (1988) 
  The Orphan Trains 08x04: (Nov/27/1995) Voiced  Narrator 
  The Kennedys (2) 05x02: (Sep/21/1992) Voiced  Narrator 
  The Kennedys (1) 05x01: (Sep/20/1992) Voiced  Narrator 
  Lindbergh 03x01: (Oct/01/1990) Voiced  Narrator 

Batman: The Animated Series (1992) 
  Mask of the Phantasm (Dec/25/1993) Voiced  Carl Beaumont/ The Phantasm 

The Golden Globes (1944) 
  The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards 46x01: (Jan/28/1989) As Winner: Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for Television (for 'Hemingway') 

Saturday Night Live (1975) 
  Christopher Lee/Meat Loaf 03x15: (Mar/25/1978) As Man in "Cold As Ice", [Uncredited]

He is considered to be America's finest Shakespearian actor.

He is the brother-in-law of Jane Seymour.

He was considered for the role of General Hank Landry in "Stargate SG-1" before Beau Bridges was cast.

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