Barry's agent is Harry Gold of Gold/Marshak/Liedtke & Assocs.
Barry has won the Dramalogue Best Actor's Award for his roles in Soljers and The Caine Mutiny Court Martial.
While attending classes, Barry worked as taxi driver in Manhattan.
Early in his career, Barry became the head page on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson.
While in college, Barry majored in Political Science and had a minor in American History.
Barry graduated from Lincoln High School in Philadelphia.
Barry made an appearance at Wondercon 2009 in San Francisco.
Barry makes frequent appearances at Star Trek conventions.
For his commercial and theatre work, Barry is represented by Brady, Brannon & Rich.
During his career, Barry has appeared in over sixty television commercials.
Barry works and performs with Theatre East, a acting workshop in L.A.
Barry is married to actress Suzanne Hunt.
With his early success, Barry became the national spokesman for International Guiding Eye, a organization that raises, trains and distributes guide dogs to the sight-impaired.
In the 1980's, Barry was the spokesperson for Nissan Trucks.
Barry attended West Chester University in Pennsylvania.
Barry's voice over work is represented by Vox talent agency.
Barry: There are many easier paths to choose than to be a professional actor. But there is no other career that can be so richly fulfilling. Be prepared: study; observe; train your mind and your body; read; absorb all you can about the performing arts. And don't forget to be patient with yourself. Most careers do not come in a flash of light, but build and grow gradually. Sure, we all want to climb the high mountain... travel to the far horizon, but the joy lies in the journey, not the final destination. When you work, work hard. Be the best damn actor you can be. Be proud of what you are and what you do.
Barry: I'm a very lucky guy, I've had very successful career. I have terrific friends. I'm married to the most beautiful woman I've ever met and we have a wonderful home and enjoy traveling together. Life is good.
On his Family Matter's character
Barry: Murtagh was great fun. The straighter I played him, the more ridiculous and funny he became.
About his first professional work
Barry: We did one show at night, while we built sets and rehearsed for the next show during the day. I was paid twenty dollars a week plus room and board. Sure, it was a lot of money, but I worked seven days a week.