Jerry Lacy Movies and Career Information

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Mar 27, 1936
Sioux City
Gerald LeRoy "Jerry" Lacy is an American soap opera actor best known for playing the roles of Tony Peterson, Reverend Trask, Reverend Gregory Trask, Mr. Trask, and Lamar Trask on the cult TV serial Dark Shadows. He has also appeared on the following soap operas: The Secret Storm, As The World Turns, Love of Life, and The Young and The Restless. He played Humphrey Bogart in both the Broadway show and in the Woody Allen film Play It Again, Sam. During the 1970s Lacy appeared in the films House of Dark Shadows, The Money, and Blood Bath His other film roles included The Big G and Imps*, as well as the TV films Pleasure Cove, Fighting Back and Chiller. Lacy was offered the role of Rev. Trask in the second film based on Dark Shadows, Night of Dark Shadows, but at the time he was under contract with As the World Turns and his schedule on the show was too heavy for him to shoot the film. The character's name was changed to Rev. Strack and played by veteran actor and Dark Shadows co-star Thayer David. He has been married to actress Julia Duffy since 1984 and they have two children, Kerry and Dan. The couple met when they were both appearing on the CBS soap opera Love of Life. In the 1990s he appeared with his wife on the series Designing Women, as her character's ex-fiance, Barry, who dumped her at the altar and in 2005, in an episode of Drake & Josh, he appeared as Duffy's character's husband. He also wrote one of the episodes of Duffy's other comedy series, Newhart.

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