James Stacy - Lancer

Who could forget brooding Johnny Madrid, as played by brooding James Stacy, on "Lancer"?

James Stacy (born December 23, 1936) is a former American film and television actor. A motorcycle crash left him a multiple amputee and took the life of his girlfriend in 1973. After his recovery, he returned to acting in 1975 before retiring in 1991.

James Stacy (born December is a former American film and television actor. A motorcycle crash left him a multiple amputee and took the life of his girlfriend in After his recovery, he returned to acting in 1975 before retiring in

A Crafty Arab: Arab Americans You Already Know - James Stacy

A Crafty Arab: Arab Americans You Already Know - James Stacy

James Stacy in Vengeance / Gunsmoke

James Stacy as Ben Johnson in Gunsmoke Vengeance

Maurice William Elias, (December 23, 1936 – September 9, 2016), better known as James Stacy, was an American film and television actor.

Maurice William Elias, (December 1936 – September better known as James Stacy, was an American film and television actor.

James Stacy........R.I.P. Dec. 23,1936-Sept. 18, 2016  Known for his TV Series Lancer.  Was once married to Connie Stevens and Kim Darby.  Has one daughter with Kim Darby.

2016 Known for his TV Series Lancer. Was once married to Connie Stevens and Kim Darby. Has one daughter with Kim Darby.

Where Is James Stacy Now | James Stacy Photo: Entertainment Memorabilia | eBay

Where Is James Stacy Now | James Stacy Photo: Entertainment Memorabilia | eBay

Connie Stevens and James Stacy married 1963-67, her 1st marriage. She went on to marry Eddie Fisher (1967-69) and had daughters Joely and Tricia.

Connie Stevens and James Stacy married her marriage. She went on to marry Eddie Fisher and had daughters Joely and Tricia.

James Stacy, who was Emmy-nominated for his role as a wheelchair-bound amputee in the TV movie “Just a Little Inconvenience” and starred in the Western series “Lancer,” died on Sept. 9 in Ventura, Calif. He was 80.

James Stacy, who was Emmy-nominated for his role as a wheelchair-bound amputee in the TV movie “Just a Little Inconvenience” and starred in the Western series “Lancer,” died on Sept. 9 in Ventura, Calif.

Actor James Stacy, star of 1960s Western 'Lancer,' dies

Actor James Stacy, star of 1960s Western 'Lancer,' dies

athletic James Stacy on the tennis court 8b20-20396  | eBay

athletic James Stacy on the tennis court 8b20-20396

James Stacy

James Stacy and Wallace Seawell

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