STACY KEACH is a consummate actor who is equally at home
performing on stage as he is in television and films. The multi-award-winning performer was educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Yale School
of Drama and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, where he was a
Fulbright Scholar. New York Times dramatic critic Clive Barnes dubbed him
"the finest American classical actor since John Barrymore."
Keach recently appeared for a limited run on London's West End starring in
the British production of the Tony Award-winning play "Art," receiving
glowing reviews to sell-out audiences. He is soon to be seen co-starring with
Vanessa Williams and Diahann Carroll in an original cable movie 'The Passion of
Henriette," an epic drama set in pre-Civil war South. He currently stars in
the new Fox series, Titus.
He was honored by The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., on April 10, 1999
receiving the prestigious Millennium Recognition Award for his outstanding
contribution to the classical theatre.
Keach is probably best known to television as the hard-boiled private eye,
"Mike Hammer." He also starred as Jonas Steel in the Civil War
miniseries "The Blue and the Grey." He is married to Polish-born
actress Malgosia Tomassi. They live in Malibu with their two children.
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