Birth Name: Stacy Keach
Birth Place: Savannah, Georgia, USA
Cited frequently as one of American's finest stage actors, Stacy Keach was a multiple award winner for his commanding performances in productions ranging from Shakespeare to modern classics like "MacBird," "Indians" and "The Kentucky Cycle," netting him widespread acclaim as well as multiple Obies and Drama Desk Awards. Keach's career in front of the camera yielded mixed results, however, though he was praised for early films like "Doc" (1970) and John Huston's "Fat City" (1972). Having never received the same degree of praise as contemporaries like Dustin Hoffman and Jack Nicholson, he still found dividing his time between quality projects like "The Long Riders" (1980) - which he produced w...
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