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Stacy Keach | 7-12-21

Frank Morano

Actor Stacy Keach joins Frank Morano to talk about his career and American Greed airing on CNBC.


12 Jul 2021

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Fakeshow - Ep 437 Stacy Keach


Actor Stacy Keach guests on a brand new Fake Show with host Jim Tofte...enjoy!!!


22 Jun 2021

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Fakeshow - Ep 402 Stacy Keach


Actor Stacy Keach guests on a new Fake Show with host Jim Tofte...enjoy!!!


2 Feb 2021

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Repetitions & Abstractions | Stacy Keach interview on acting, his life, and never-ending curiosity

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Repetitions & Abstractions | Stacy Keach interview on acting, his life, and never-ending curiosity Mr. Keach stops by to share his acting approach, his lessons learned, why he loves Shakespeare, how to get into character, how to have a successful career, and how he wishes to be remembered. He also played piano. I am grateful and humbled to have had the opportunity to speak with Stacy. Stacy's IMDb - https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005078 Watch Stacy Keach Zoom theater - https://www.stacykeachzoomtheater.com Follow Stacy on IG - https://www.instagram.com/stacykeachSubscribe now & hit the bell to be updated on the latest videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheLoveofActing Connect With Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theloveofacting Twitter: https://twitter.com/theloveofacting Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theloveofacting #StacyKeach #Actor #Writer #Composer Repetitions & Abstractions | Stacy Keach interview on acting, his life, and never-ending curiosity


26 Oct 2020

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Actor Stacy Keach

Movie Geeks United

The Movie Geeks speak with acclaimed actor Stacy Keach (Fat City, Road Games, End of the Road) about his roster of extraordinary performances.


13 Jul 2020

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Stacy Keach Meets Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

TV Confidential

TVC 481.4: Ed welcomes back stage and TV actor Stacy Keach (Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, Titus, Man with a Plan). Topics include how Stacy’s love of radio dramas helped inspire him to become an actor; why humor is the best way to approach the humanity of a character; and why the works of Mary Shelley, Rod Serling, and Bob Kane have all stood the test of time.Stacy Keach will be starring as The Creature in an original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, produced by L.A. Theater Works, that will be recorded live in front of an audience for future radio broadcast at UCLA’s James Bridges Theatre on Friday, Feb. 28, Saturday, Feb. 29 and Sunday, March 1. There will be two performances on Saturday, Feb. 29, one of which is a matinee that will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Leslie S. Klinger, author of The New Annotated Frankenstein. If you listen to us to in the L.A. area, and would like to attend one of the recordings, call 310-827-0889 or go to www.latw.org for tickets and more informationFor our listeners everywhere, the performance of Frankenstein starring Stacy Keach will soon be broadcast on public radio stations across the U.S., as well as heard daily in China and worldwide on the Radio Beijing Network. It will also become available for download as a podcast via iTunes and NPR One, as well as streaming on demand at www.latw.orgWant to advertise/sponsor our show?TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started:https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


24 Feb 2020

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Stacy Keach on Playing Hemingway

One True Podcast

Stacy Keach joins the show to reflect on his legendary career, particularly his portrayal of Hemingway on the stage, in the classic miniseries, and in his audio recording of short stories. Keach compares the art of acting to the act of writing and gets to the heart of Hemingway’s knack for conveying emotion in spare prose.  He reflects on the many adaptations of Hemingway novels and his friendship with George C. Scott and John Huston.  He also offers insights into Hemingway’s psychology and destructive habits. As a special bonus, hear Keach's brilliant read of our “one true sentence” introduction!This episode was recorded on August 8, 2019.


21 Oct 2019

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S4E23 To Keach Their Own: The Films Of Stacy Keach

Cinema Chop Shop

S4E23 To Keach Their Own: The Films Of Stacy Keach - In celebration of his upcoming 78th Birthday (June 2nd) Host "Keachus of Travereth" and co-host "The Traveling ExecuShawner" are shown the ways of the force, police force that is, with the re-cast of The New Centurions. Then we slap a raw steak on our shiners while re-casting John Huston's Fat City. Keach is in each and both are from 1972.

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1 Jun 2019

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Stacy Keach – An Actor’s Life Beyond the Stage

Messiah Community Radio Talk Show

Our special guest is acclaimed actor Stacy Keach, author of All in All: An Actor's Life Beyond the Stage.  In addition to his motion picture and television accomplishments, Stacy is one of America’s most acknowledged Shakespearean actors, also celebrated in England where the Bard is in the blood. A New York Time’s review dubbed him “The Finest American classical actor since John Barrymore.” He’s received a Best Actor Golden Globe, been nominated for Emmy and Tony awards, won three Obie’s, three Vernon Rice awards, the Helen Hayes Award, and the Prestigious Millineum Recognition Award for his outstanding contribution to the classical theatre.  Understandably, his Shakespearean readings (sold on his popular website (www.StacyKeach.com) are among the nation’s best-selling classical CD’s.Stacy Keach stars alongside Matt LeBlanc in the CBS hit TV comedy series Man with a Plan. Matt LeBlanc plays Adam, an old-school guy confronting the modern challenges of parenting, marriage and family. Adam’s self-assured wife, Andi (Liza Snyder), has gone back to work, forcing him to deal with the startling discovery that his three school-age “little angels” are maniacs, all the while trying to run a contracting business with his troublemaker brother, Don (Kevin Nealon). Stacy Keach, Grace Kaufman, Matthew McCann, Hala Finley and Matt Cook also star.In fact, sales skyrocketed after Stacy took his current co-starring role on Fox’s raucous series, Titus, just finishing it’s third season. The actor’s gleeful take on the role of Ken Titus in the hit Titus sitcom, an imposing father from hell, was recently celebrated by Tom Carson in Esquire Magazine. He started acting in theatre at an early age. He came to prominence on stage in the 1960’s, and entered films in 1968, landing a solid supporting role in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. He appeared in many counterculture-driven films of the early 1970’s, including End of the Road, Brewster McCloud, Doc and John Huston’s Fat City, among them. He contributed a funny cameo to Huston’s The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.  Keach also notably portrayed an LA cop inThe New Centurions.  Another of his acclaimed film characterizations was the title role in John Osborne’s Luther. He was chilling as an easy-going homicidal sheriff in The Killer Inside Me, a stunning adaptation of Jim Thompson’s novel that went virtually unnoticed until its later release on video.  He became a youth audience icon with his comedic portrayal in both Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke and Nice Dreams.  Other top portrayals occurred in The Traveling Executioner, That Championship Season, The Ninth Configuration, Escape From LA, and American History X.Stacy Keach (Jr.) was born in Savannah, Georgia on June 2, 1941. His parents tell the story that the night he was born there was a fire at their small house due to the fact that lightning hit the chimney and it caught on fire. Stacy’s parents (who celebrate their 63rd wedding anniversary this year) have often referred to that moment as “a sign of someone special coming into the world”. The question is, was this a good sign or a bad sign. Ask Stacy’s folks and they’ll tell you it was good, except for the fact that Dad had to rush back to the house to let the firemen in while Mom was having the baby, and Dad later discovered that his fire insurance didn’t quite cover the damages.Keach Sr. was teaching Drama at the time at Armstrong Junior College, and was making a modest salary, but he really wanted to try his luck in Hollywood. Soon afterwards, dad was called out to the Pasadena Playhouse to join the company as both an actor and a director. So, in the early days of 1942, Mary and Stacy Sr. put their young son, Stacy, in the back of their Nash rambler and headed for Pasadena, California. Stacy Keach, Sr., has been a successful actor, producer, writer and director for over fifty years. He created, produced and directed the legendary “Tales of the Texas Rangers” for NBC Radio in the earl...


28 Jun 2018

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Stacy Keach interview - Tantorious episode 89


Stacy Keach is a renowned actor on stage and screen. He has won a Golden Globe Award, multiple Obie and Drama Desk Awards, and many other honors. His many films include Fat City, The Bourne Legacy, Planes, and Up in Smoke. His new book, ALL IN ALL: An Actor’s Life On and Off the Stage, is an unforgettable memoir full of priceless behind-the-scenes Hollywood moments and friendships. In this exclusive interview, he talks about what it was like to narrate his own story.

11 Feb 2014