Jeff Fahey Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Films

Biography of Jeff Fahey

Jeff Fahey is an American actor who has appeared in films and television. On ABC’s Lost, he played Captain Frank Lapidus and on The Marshal, he played the lead role of Deputy Chief Winston MacBride.

At age 25, Fahey received a full scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet School and began performing. He appeared in theaters across the country, as well as on Broadway, and earned his first major television role as Gary Corelli in One Life to Live. He made his major motion picture debut as Tyree in Silverado in 1985, and co-starred as Duane Duke in Psycho III with Anthony Perkins in 1986. That same year, Jeff starred in the Season 3 premiere of Miami Vice as arms dealer Eddie Kaye, destroying Detective Sonny Crockett’s Ferrari Daytona.

In 1990, Jeff co-starred in the TV movie Parker Kane with Marisa Tomei and in the Clint Eastwood-directed film White Hunter, Black Heart. He also starred in The Lawnmower Man in 1992 and was the lead in the Trimark Pictures adventure film Eye of the Wolf in 1985. He starred in ABC’s The Marshal in the same year, 1995.

In addition, Jeff starred in Apocalypse II: Revelation in 1999 and 2007, starred in Planet Terror alongside Robert Rodriguez, and starred in Messages with Bruce Payne. Fahey also appeared in an episode of Psych at the beginning of the third season as the dashing Dutch the Clutch. He also appeared on Lost as Frank Lapidus, the plane and helicopter pilot of the research team sent to the island, as a recurring character in the fourth and fifth seasons and as a main character in the sixth.


Jeff starred in Robert Rodriguez’s action thriller Machete in 2010. Additionally, London’s Garrick Theater hosted a new production of the classic Twelve Angry Men in 2013, which ran until March 2014. Additionally, in the story, Fahey played the last juror and changed his vote to not guilty. In 2015, he played Tom Rusk in the History Channel miniseries Texas Rising, and in 2017, he joined the UK tour of Bill Kenwright’s production of Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, playing US presidential candidate Joseph Catwell vs. of political rival William Russell (Martin Shaw).

Fahey also spent time in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, assisting the fledgling American University of Afghanistan and starting a program to help orphans in Kabul. His most recent humanitarian work was with the United States Commission for Refugees and Immigrants, where he has focused on warehousing. His work has focused on the issue of Sahrawi refugees held in detention centers in Algeria.

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Jeff Fahey Age

How old is Jeff Fahey? Fahey is 70 years old from November 2022. He it was born on November 29, 1952, in Olean, New York, in the United States of America. Moreover, he celebrates his own birthday in the November 29 each year.

Jeff Fahey Family

Fahey was born in Olean in Joannaher mother, a housewife, and Sincere, his father, who worked in a clothing store. This is sixth of 13 siblings in an Irish American family. From the age of ten, Jeff grew up in Buffalo, New York and attended Father Baker High School. At age 17, he left home, then hitchhiking in Alaska and later backpacking through Europe and working on an Israeli kibbutz.

Husband Jeff Fahey

Fahey has not shared details about his marital status. So it is not known if he is single, in a relationship, engaged or married. However, previously, she was in a relationship with Yancy Butler as they worked opposite each other in the 1993 film The Hist List.

Jeff Fahey’s height

Fahey stands at approx 6 feet (about 1.83 meters) and weighs around 163 pounds (74 kg). Moreover, it has blue eyes and light brown hair.

Jeff Fahey Net Worth

Fahey has an estimated net value of $5 million – $10 million from 2023. His income is mainly attributed to his successful career as an actor.

Jeff Fahey’s movie

  • Silverado (1985) as Tyree
  • Psycho III (1986) as Duane Duke
  • Riot on 42nd St. (1987) as Frank Tackler
  • Backfire (1988) as Donnie McAndrew
  • Split Decisions (1988) as Ray McGuinn
  • True Blood (1989) as Raymond Trueblood
  • Minnamurra (aka Outback) (1989) as Ben Creed
  • The Serpent of Death (1989) as Jake Bonner
  • Blue Heat (1990) as Ricky Rodriguez
  • Impulse (1990) as Stan
  • White Hunter Black Heart (1990) as Pete Verrill
  • Body Parts (1991) as Bill Chrushank
  • Iron Maze (1991) as Barry Mikowski
  • Skin Traffic (2015) as Jacob Andries
  • Too Late (2015) as Roger
  • Confident (Music Video, 2015) (Demi Lovato)
  • Urge (2016) as Gerald
  • The Hollow (2016) as Daryl Everett
  • County Line (2017) as Clint Thorne
  • American Dresser (2018) as Calhoun
  • Alita: Battle Angel (2019) as McTeague
  • Santa Fake (2019) as Jim
  • Badland (2019) as Huxley Wainwright
  • Story: Samaria (2019) as Jacob
  • Beckman (2020) as Philip[8]
  • Wheels of Fortune (2020)
  • A Bird Flew In (2021)
  • One Year Off (TBA) – Filming

Jeff TV Shows

  • Law & Order: LA (2011, TV Series) as Terry Briggs
  • Chuck (2011, TV series) as Karl Sneijder
  • Workaholics (2011, TV Series) as Doug
  • Alien Tornado (2012, TV Movie) as Judd Walker
  • Lake Effects (2012, TV Movie) as Ray
  • Femme Fatales (TV Series, 2012, Season 2, Episodes 13 & 14) as Detective McAllister
  • Common-Law (2012, TV, Season 1, Episode 10) as Dan Noone
  • Revolution (2012, TV series) as Ken ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson
  • The Sacred (2012) as George
  • Hawaii Five-0 (TV Series, 2013, Season 3, Episode 12: “The Hood”) Brian Stevens
  • Under the Dome (2013, TV) as Sheriff Howard “Duke” Perkins
  • Rewind (2013, TV Movie) as Ellis
  • Justified (2015, TV Series) as Zachariah
  • Grimm (2015, TV series) as Elder Bowden
  • Scorpion (TV Series, 2016, Season 2, Episode 14: “Son of a Gun”) as Kenneth Dodd
  • Atomic Shark (2016, TV Movie)
  • Legends of Tomorrow (TV Series, 2016, Season 2, Episode 6: “Outlaw Country”) as Quentin Turnbull
  • Training Day (TV Series, 2017, Season 1, Episode 5: “Wages of Sin”) as Pike
  • NCIS: New Orleans (2019) as Sheriff/Mayor
  • Wu Assassins (2019) as Jack

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