Film

Director John Huston once said of him, "He is not just a star, he is a constellation. The audience will come to see whatever character he portrays."

Stacy began his professional film career in 1968 with The Heart is a Lonely Hunter and has since played a wide variety of characters in over fifty films. In 1972, Stacy was proud to have worked with legendary actor/director John Huston. Huston directed Fat City and The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Stacy also acted with Huston and Henry Fonda in The Greatest Battle.

Environmental Communications Video

A World Premiere – The Gardener

Zoom Adaptation of David Storey’s “Home”

Gotti comes to theaters June 15th

40 Years Later, Renewed Praise For Stacy Keach’s Production of Luigi Pirandello’s  “6 Characters In Search Of An Author”

That seminal work is represented in this retro by Stacy Keach’s 1976 staging of it for TV, starring John Houseman and Andy Griffith. Keach preserves the sincerity of Pirandello’s original; however, the setting this time is not backstage at a theater but behind-the-scenes at a TV studio, where people fret over ratings and vanity reigns supreme. By the mid-Seventies television had already become a symbol for all the hypocrisies and superficialities of mass media; the change in milieu adds an extra, subtle dose of cynicism.“- Bilge Ebiri, The Village Voice