Stacy Keach Wife, Net Worth, Movies, Voice Over, Scar,

Stacy Keach Biography

Stacy Keach Walter Jr. is an American actor born on June 2, 1941. He has played mainly dramatic 5roles throughout his career often as a prvate detective. His most prominent role was as Mickey Spillane’s fictional detective Mike Hammer, which he played in numerous stand-alone television films and at least three different television series throughout the 1980s and 1990s.

Stacy Keach Brother | James And Stacy Keach

Keath’s brother is called James Keach

Stacy Keach Net Worth

Stacy Keach has a net worth of $8 million.

Stacy Keach Age | How Old Is Stacy Keach

Keach is 77 years as of 2018.

Stacy Keach Wife

Keach has been married four times: to Kathryn Baker in 1964, to Marilyn Aiken in 1975, to Jill Donahue in 1981, and to Malgosia Tomassi around 1986.

Stacy Keach Children | Stacy Keach Shannon Keach

Keach has two children, Karolina Keach and Shannon Keach.

Stacy Keach Prison

Keach was sentenced in prison while in Britain. Keach pleaded guilty today to importing cocaine into Britain and immediately started serving a nine- month prison sentence. He told the court he was ”terribly sorry” and deeply humiliated.

Stacy Keach Movies And TV Shows

Movies

Title

Year

Role

Notes

Gotti

2018

Aniello “Neil” Dellacroce

Girlfriend’s Day

2017

Gundy

Cell

2016

Charles Ardai

Gold

2016

Clive Coleman

Truth

2015

Lt. Colonel Bill Burkett

Planes: Fire & Rescue

2014

Skipper

Voice

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

2014

Wallenquist

If I Stay

2014

Grandpa

Ooga Booga

2013

Planes

2013

Skipper

Voice only

Nebraska

2013

Ed Pegram

The Bourne Legacy

2012

Turso

The Great Chameleon

2012

Max

Weather Wars

2011

Marcus Grange

Cellmates

2011

Warden Merville

Jerusalem Countdown

2011

Jackson

Chicago Overcoat

2009

Ray Berkowski

The Boxer

2009

Joe

W.

2008

Earle Hudd

Honeydripper

2007

Sheriff

Come Early Morning

2006

Owen Allen

Jesus, Mary and Joey

2006

Jack O’Callahan

Man with the Screaming Brain

2005

Dr. Ivanov

Keep Your Distance

2005

Brooks Voight

The Hollow

2004

Claus Van Ripper

Caught in the Headlights

2004

Mr. Jones

Galaxy Hunter

2004

3V3

El Padrino: The Latin Godfather

2004

Governor Lancaster

When Eagles Strike

2003

General Thurmond

Sunstorm

2001

General John Parker

Birds of Passage

2001

Captain Savienko

Unshackled

2000

Warden Kelso

Icebreaker

2000

Bill Foster

Militia

2000

George Armstrong Montgomery

Mercy Streets

2000

Tom

Fear Runs Silent

1999

Mr. Hill

Children of the Corn 666: Isaac’s Return

1999

Dr. Michaels

American History X

1998

Cameron Alexander

Future Fear

1998

General Wallace

The Sea Wolf

1997

Captain Wolf

Escape From L.A.

1996

Commander Malloy

Prey of the Jaguar

1996

The Commander

TV Shows

Title

Year

Role

NCIS: New Orleans

2015, 2017

Cassius Pride

What’s New, Scooby-Doo?

2003, 2005

Harold Lind / The Mayor (voice)

Touched by an Angel

1997, 2003

Maury Hoover / Ty Duncan

Man with a Plan

2017–present

Joe Burns

Crowded

2016

Bob Moore

Blunt Talk

2016

Arthur Bronson

Ray Donovan

2016

Marty (The Texan)

Blue Bloods

2016-2019

Archbishop Kevin Kearns

Hot in Cleveland

2015

Alex

Full Circle

2015

Bud O’Rourke

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

2014

Orion Bauer

Enlisted

2014

Patrick

Jennifer Falls

2014

Mike

The Exes

2014

Bill Drake

Sean Saves the World

2013

Lee Thompson

1600 Penn

2013

Senator Frohm Thoroughgood

Anger Management

2013

Ray

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

2013

Jimmy Brogan

30 Rock

2012

Himself

Anything For Money

2012

Narrator

The Neighbors

2012–2013

Dominick Weaver

Lights Out

2011

Pops Leary

Bored to Death

2011

Bergeron

Mater’s Tall Tales

2011

Skipper (voice)

Hindenburg [de]

2011

Edward van Zandt

Two and a Half Men

2010

Tom, Chelsea’s father

Meteor

2009

Sheriff Crowe

The Nanny Express

2009

Rev. McGuiness

Lone Rider

2008

Robert Hattaway

Ring of Death

2008

Warden Golan

ER

2007

Mike Gates

American Greed

2007–present

Narrator (voice only)

Desolation Canyon

2006

Samuel Kendrick

Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America

2006

Secretary Collin Reed

Blackbeard

2006

Captain Benjamin Hornigold

Death Row (a.k.a. Haunted Prison)

2006

John Elias

George Lopez

2005

Blaine McNamara

Will & Grace

2005

Wendell Schacter

Prison Break

2005–2007

Henry Pope

Miracle Dogs

2003

C.W. Aldrich

Frozen Impact

2003

Pete Crane

The Santa Trap

2002

Max Hurst

The Zeta Project

2002

Roland de Flores (voice)

Girls Club

2002

Harold Falcon

Lightning: Fire from the Sky

2001

Bart Pointdexter

The Zeta Project

2001

Roland de Flores (voice)

The Simpsons

2001–2016

Howard Duff / Various (voice)

The Courage to Love

2000

Jean Baptiste

The Outer Limits

2000

Cord van Owen

Titus

2000–2002

Ken Titus

Batman Beyond

1999

Vance (voice)

Stacy Keach Mike Hammer

Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (later titled The New Mike Hammer), with Stacy Keach in the title role, is a television series that originally aired on CBS from January 28, 1984, to May 13, 1987. The series consisted of 51 episodes, 46 one hour episodes, a two part pilot episode (More Than Murder), and three TV Movies (Murder Me, Murder You, The Return of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, and Mike Hammer: Murder Takes All. Murder Me, Murder You was initially envisioned as a stand-alone TV movie, but ultimately became a backdoor pilot for the series when it was received positively by audiences.

Stacy Keach American Greed

Stacy Keach narrates this dissection of the dark side of the American Dream, a survey of how far some people go to become rich, no matter the cost to themselves and those around them. Real-life cases are reviewed and involve such criminal activity as credit card scams, identity theft, counterfeiting and Ponzi schemes.

Stacy Keach American History X

American History X is a 1998 American crime drama film directed by Tony Kaye and written by David McKenna. It stars Edward Norton and Edward Furlong, and features Fairuza Balk, Stacy Keach, Elliott Gould, Avery Brooks, Ethan Suplee, and Beverly D’Angelo. The film was released in the United States on October 30.

Is Stacy Keach Still Alive

Keach is still alive in 2019

Stacy Keach Scar | Stacy Keach Cleft Palate | Stacy Keach Hair Lip

Keach was born with a cleft lip and a partial cleft of the hard palate, and he underwent numerous operations as a child. Throughout his adult life he has often worn a mustache to hide the scars.

Stacy Keach Book

Here are the books by Keach;
The short stories volume 1,2 and 3
Mike Hammer that is a series of 26 books
others include; The Big kill, A Grai Of Sand, Mary’s Magic Microsope, All In All, The New Adventure Of Micky Spillanes Mike.

Stacy Keach Photos

Stacy Keach Photos

Stacy Keach Voice | Stacy Keach Voice Over | Stacy Keach Narrator

From 1992-95, he became the voice-over narrator for the paranormal series Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories.[citation needed]
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. He currently hosts The Twilight Zone radio series. Keach can also be heard narrating the CNBC series American Greed. For the PBS series American Experience, he narrated The Kennedys, among others.
Keach played the role of John in The Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible, a 22-hour audio version of the RSV-CE translation of the New Testament. He also voiced both Job and Paul the Apostle in The Word of Promise, a 2007 dramatic audio presentation based on the New King James Version.

On January 6, 2014, Keach became the official voice of The Opie and Anthony Channel on SiriusXM Satellite Radio (Sirius Channel 206, XM Channel 103).

Stacy Keach Butterfly

Butterfly is a 1982 American independent crime drama film co-written and directed by Matt Cimber, based on the 1947 novel The Butterfly by James M. Cain. The starring cast includes Stacy Keach, Pia Zadora, Lois Nettleton, Ed McMahon, James Franciscus, Edward Albert, and Orson Welles.

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And with Him Came the West’: Film Review

Adopted From; hollywoodreporter.com

Published on; 2/27/2019

Mike Plante’s essay film ties the legend of Wyatt Earp to the birth of the movies.

Tying the life of a much-mythologized man up with the birth of the storytelling form that made him a legend, Mike Plante’s And with Him Came the Westfollows an opportunist named Wyatt Earp through both his actual life and the myriad fictionalizations of it that have entertained moviegoers since nearly the start of the sound era. Sharing a seductive blend of research and mood-making with the “live documentary” projects of co-screenwriter Sam Green, the film is serious but not ponderous, connecting dots without pretending to be comprehensive even on the subject of Earp himself.

From its first frames, the film syncs moments in Earp’s biography with milestones in cinematic technology: In 1879, for instance, when Wyatt moved to Tombstone, Arizona, Eadweard Muybridge was perfecting his photographic studies of motion; he settled in San Francisco just as urban centers were seeing their first projected movies. The film’s mannered narration (presumably by Plante), which sounds a bit like a hard-boiled private eye hosting This American Life, makes these coincidences sound deeply meaningful.

Also from the start, the film acknowledges the fluidity of facts in even first-hand accounts of history. We go to an archive to see a map, drawn by Earp and an assistant, of the O.K. Corral, with dots and dashes showing who did what on the most famous day of his life. But the map was drawn in 1926, 45 years after the shootout, and of the multiple maps he made, none are exactly the same.

Quickly, the film shifts into an engaging account of the many Earps (and Earp stand-ins) Hollywood gave us through the years, seeing how screenwriters and directors took a man, who was reportedly reluctant to be Tombstone’s sheriff, and turned him into a hero. Occasionally, Plante makes a wry observation: Watch as the NRA-beloved Ronald Reagan, playing an Earp-inspired lawman, enforces Tombstone’s policy that guns must be surrendered within city limits.

Film buffs would likely not have complained if this section represented the bulk of the doc. But soon, Plante has moved on to the actual Tombstone, a simulacrum of its former self where amateur actors stage showdowns several times a day for tourists. It’s a long visit — enjoyable, but perhaps disproportionate in a film that runs only 76 minutes.

“We learn from the movies — we can’t help it,” Plante says early on, and as the film returns to describe how revisionist westerns treated Earp, we see him both muddied (as in the 1971 Stacy Keach film Doc) and re-lionized in the ’90s. Plante himself doesn’t seem too concerned about where Earp truly belongs on the hero/crook spectrum: He takes us to some of the places Earp lived in San Francisco and L.A., tells stories of boxing controversies and mining opportunities, and envisions a man who understood there might be money to be made in big-screen interpretations of his story.

Earp died in 1929, well before what Plante sees as the first of many movies he inspired, 1932’s Law and Order. (Played by Bert Lindley, Earp was a supporting character in 1923’s Wild Bill Hickok.) As far as the Western genre was concerned, that’s probably a good thing. When “print the legend” becomes the rule, it’s handy for nobody to be able to press the source on how things really went down.

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