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Jeff Yagher

Jeff Yagher
Born Jeffrey Brian Yagher
(1961-01-18) January 18, 1961
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Megan Gallagher[1]

Jeffrey Brian "Jeff" Yagher (born January 18, 1961) is an American actor.

Born in Lawrence, Kansas, he graduated from Ohio State University and then attended the Yale School of Drama, where he appeared in productions of "The Vultures", "We Can't Pay, We Won't Play", and "Las Madres".

His television debut was in V: The Series as Kyle Bates. Later, he starred in the pilot of 21 Jump Street as Tommy Hanson, the role that was taken over by Johnny Depp. He also appeared in several episodes of Six Feet Under, playing Hoyt Woodworth, in 2004. Most recently, Jeffrey continues to appear in other shows such as Without a Trace (2007) and Bones (2009).

Additionally, Yagher was an Elvis impersonator in an episode of The Twilight Zone called The Once And Future King. (The man who played Elvis' boss at the Crown Electric company was Red West, a real-life schoolmate and best friend of Elvis'.)

His feature film credits include My Fellow Americans, Shag, The Pandora Project, and View from the Top.

He also appeared in an episode of Newhart as Stoney and in an episode of Seinfeld as a Jazz musician who dated Elaine.

He starred in the TV movie Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman along with Sandra Bullock in 1989.


  1. ^ "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: DS9 & Voyager Guest Star Megan Gallagher". Star Trek. 2013-09-27. Retrieved 2015-08-16. 

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