Jeff Fahey

From an early age Jeff Fahey has been a seeker of knowledge and new experiences through his travels around the world.


Jeff has proven his adaptability and determination to succeed when he began to study at the Gratowski experimental theatre and the Studio Arena in Buffalo, New York.


Jeff Fahey received his feature film break when he was offered the role of „Tyree‟ in Lawrence Kasdan‟s “Silverado” starring opposite Kevin Costner, Brian Denahey, Kevin Klein, and Danny Glover. From his breakthrough in “Silverado” in 1984, and continuing in an unbroken line to the present day, Jeff Fahey has never experienced a lull in his acting career. Working along side of Robert Mitchum, James Coburn, Brian Denahey, Pierce Brosnan, Clint Eastwood, just to name a few and with directors like Larry Kasdan, Sandra Locke, John McKinsie, Clint Eastwood, Dan Petrie Sr. and Gary Sinse. Jeff followed his many varied film roles with a hugely successful run on the stage in London in the production of “Orphans” starring opposite Albert Finney and Kevin Anderson.


In 1994, Jeff was offered the opportunity to star in the television series, “The Marshal”, produced by his close friend, and acting colleague, Don Johnson.