Stacy Harris

Stacy Harris

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Stacy Harris was an actor with hundreds of film and television appearances. Stacy Harris has received New York Critics Award and acted in Broadway plays.

Early life

On July 26, 1918, Stacy Harris was born in Big Timber, Quebec, Canada. Thus, his name is also misspelled as Stacey Harris. There are no further details known about him i.e, family background, education, and childhood life.


He died of non-communicable disease on March 13, 1973, at the age of 54. Thus, he took his last breath in Los Angeles, California of an apparent heart attack.


Stacy Harris has received a New York Critics and acted in five Broadway plays. He also has a portrayed role as agent Jim Taylor on ABC Radio’s This is Your FBI. In 1946, Jerry Devine, told newspaper columnist Jack O’Brian: “Stacy has just the sort of voice I need for the quiet authority of the special agent on my show. On top of that, he’s a good actor, and it’s a combination on the radio which can’t be beaten.” Jerry Devine is the program’s producer and director. 

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Caption: Poster of Stacy Harris’s movie. Source: IMDb

Therefore, he also played Batman in The Adventures of Superman. And, was seen as Ted Blades in The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters. Additionally, he was also a member of the casts of Confession, Dragnet, and Pepper Young’s Family. Point to be mentioned, he was a member of  Destiny’s Trails and Frontier Gentleman. Whereas, he played varied characters, often villains.  And, was seen in various programs produced by Jack Webb’s Mark VII Limited.

Moreover, he was seen as Dragnet, Noah’s Ark, GE True, Adam-12, and Emergency!. He made a guest appearance in a religion anthology series, Crossroads. In the 1956 time travel of the anthology series titled Man from 1997, he played a gangster. He played the role opposite James Garner and Charles Ruggles. Furthermore, in the 1958 episode The Man Who Waited, he appeared as Whit Lassiter. Thus, it is the NBC children’s western series, Buckskin. He made a guest appearance as Colonel Nicholson in the 1959 episode A Night at Trapper’s Landing. 

More about career

Moving on, he was seen in the three syndicated series, Whirlybirds. Whereas it also starred Kenneth Tobey, Sheriff of Cochise, and U.S. Marshal. And, he played the character Ed Miller in the episode “Mystery of the Black Stallion”. It was the western series, Frontier Doctor, starring Rex Allen. In the David Janssen crime drama, Richard Diamond, Private Detective, he was seen in 2 episodes. In 1958, he portrayed Max Bowen in “The Hemp Tree”.

Similarly, in 1959 he was seen as Abel Crowder in “Rough Track to Payday”. Therefore, it is the CBS western series, The Texan, starring Rory Calhoun. He played the role of a drummer named Cramer in the episode “Fair Game”, in 1960. It is the ABC western series titled The Rebel, starring Nick Adams. He played the role of murder victim Frank Curran in The Case of the Married Moonlighter, in 1958. Likewise, he was seen for 3 episodes of CBS’s Perry Mason.

Career highlights

He also was seen in The Case of the Lost Last Act, The Case of the Crying Comedian. He was seen playing the character of a Gambler on the TV western The Virginian in an episode, in 1963. The series is titled “If You Have Tears”. Moving on, he played the corrupt and cowardly Mayor Ackerson of Helena, Texas, in 1969. And, it was for the episode “The Oldest Law” of the syndicated television series, Death Valley Days. In addition, it was hosted by Robert Taylor not long before Taylor’s own death.

Whereas popular character actor Jim Davis played Colonel William G. In 1831–1912, Butler takes revenge on the town after its citizens refuse to disclose the killer of Butler’s son, Emmett. His son died from a stray bullet in a saloon brawl. Hence, he arranges for the San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway to bypass Helena. Later on, he becomes the seat of the government of Karnes County. Moreover, Tom Lowell played Emmett Butler. Similarly, Tyler McVey was cast as Parson Blake in this episode. And, Stacy Harris’s net worth is not revealed yet.

Personal life

There are no details on whether Stacy Harris was married or not. According to the sources, there are no details related to his personal life. Additionally, the late actor has preferred to keep his life away from media attention.

Body measurement and Social media

Stacy Harris is good-looking and has perfect physics. Also, he had black hair color and dark brown pairs of eyes. Further, there are no details related to late actors’ body measurements. Also, the legendary actor is not active on any social media platforms.