James Keach was born on December 7, 1947 in Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. He is a famous American actor, producer, and director.
Biography and Career:
James Keach was born in Savannah and he is the son of actor/producer Stacy Keach Sr. and the younger brother of actor Stacy Keach Jr. He has acted with his brother in PBS' The Wings of Kitty Hawk and in the 1980 theatrical feature The Long Riders. He also worked on the script of the last-named project. Imitating his father, he has concentrated on behind-the-camera work as a producer and director.
He has produced movie like False Identity (1991) Sunstroke (1991), Stars Fell on Henrietta (1994). He also has directed quite a lot of episodes of the popular CBS TV series Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, starring his wife, actress Jane Seymou
He was the director of the 1993 TV series and 1999 movie Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman which starred his wife, Jane Seymour, who he met while filming Sunstroke in 1993, in which she starred and was a co-executive producer with Keach.
Height: 5' 4" (1.63 m)
Hobbies: Cinema, singing and dancing
Why do we like James Keach?
People like James Keach for his all round involvement in Film direction, Production & screenplay writing.
Why is James Keach famous?
James Keach is famous for his role in the TV movie "Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble' (2000).