Brother of James Keach.
Stacy is the voice of Paul in "The Word of Promise," a dramatized audio book of the New Testament released by Thomas Nelson in October of 2007.
Stacy is sometimes referred to as "The American Olivier."
Stacy was born with a cleft palate. He had the cleft palate repaired which left a scar is on his lip under the right nostril. He hides the scar with his trademark mustache.
He was nominated for a Tony Award as Best Dramatic Actor in 1970 for playing William F. Cody, aka Buffalo Bill, in Arthur L. Kopit's Indians.
He was one of two actors considered for the role of General Hank Landry, on Stargate SG-1. The role went to Beau Bridges in the end.
Stacy is a former Fulbright scholar.
He did the narration for the Submarine ride at Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
Stacy is the brother-in-law of actress Jane Seymour.
He has a son named Shannon and a daughter named Karolina.
Stacy graduated from the Van Nuys High School in 1959.
He performed the role of the King of Siam in a rendition of The King and I.
Stacy won an Obie in 1967 for his role in MacBird!.
Stacy acted in many plays at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC.
He majored in drama at the University of Berkeley, Yale, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Stacy's father began as a community college drama teacher. Then he became the director of the Pasadena Playhouse.
He was put in jail in 1984 for nine months for smuggling cocaine in England.
Stacy was married to Marilyn Aiken.
Stacy was married to Jill Donahue for five years. They had two children together.
He has two children with his current wife wife Malgosia Tomassi. They have been married since 1986.
Stacy Keach spent six months in a British prison and modeled his character on Prison Break after the man in charge at that institution.
Stacy: The fundamental virtue of success is that it allows you to know the true significance of what it means to have the freedom to make your dreams come true.
Stacy: A facial birth defect doesn't get in the way of achievement. Parents need to instill a positive sense of self-esteem in their children so they can pursue their dreams.