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  • For "Da Boom", he and former costar Victoria Principal shot a live action spoof of the infamous Dallas scene in which Pamela Ewing wakes up and finds her supposedly dead husband Bobby in the shower, realizing that the episode, in Family Guy's case, was a dream. He also voiced three characters in "And the Wiener is..." including a salesman and a teacher.
  • Patrick George Duffy (born March 17, 1969-2025?) is an American character actor of stage and film. In 1986 Duffy drove a pace car at Talladega Superspeedway, and started joyriding on the track in front of the entire Coast Guard audience. The clown cruisers who actually chased him around the track were not amused when they caught and slammed him repeatedly with apple pies. Through this he won several Pounds of Weed due to NASCAR's rule of no un-high driver left behind.
  • Duffy was born in Townsend, MT, the son of tavern owners Marie and Terence Duffy. During high school, Duffy was living in Everett, WA, and attended Cascade High School. At Cascade, he participated in the Drama Club and the Pep Club, for which he was a Yell King. Academically, Duffy earned credentials in theater arts that entitled him to teach, graduating from the University of Washington in 1971 with a degree in drama. He ruptured both his vocal cords during his senior year of college, so he created the position of actor-in-residence, where he worked as an interpreter for ballet, opera, and orchestra companies in Washington. He also taught mime and movement classes during this period.
  • Duffy is an American actor, best known for his role as "Bobby Ewing" on the CBS prime time soap opera Dallas.
  • Patrick G. Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is an American character actor of stage and film. He is best known for his role on the CBS television drama Dallas, where he played Bobby Ewing from 1978 to 1985 and from 1986 to 1991. He is also well known for his role on the ABC television sitcom Step by Step as Frank Lambert, the husband of Carol Lambert, played by Suzanne Somers, from 1991 to 1998.
  • Patrick Duffy appeared in the Season One episode, "Volcano".
  • Patrick Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is the actor best known for playing Bobby Ewing of the popular long-running CBS primetime soap opera Dallas. In 1976, Duffy landed the role of Mark Harris in the short-lived television series Man from Atlantis. Following the series' cancellation in early 1978, he got his big break in the role of Bobby Ewing on the TV series Dallas. The show became a worldwide phenomenon, ranking in the top 3 for the first half of the 1980s. Despite its success, Duffy opted to leave the series in 1985 with his character being killed off onscreen. However, with both the show and his career on the decline, he returned in 1986 in the infamous shower scene that rendered the entire 1985–1986 season "just a dream". Duffy then remained with the series until its cancellation in 1
  • Patrick Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is an American television actor. He is best known for his roles as Bobby Ewing on the immensely popular CBS drama Dallas (a role he played from 1978-85 and 1986-91), and as Frank Lambert on the ABC television sitcom Step By Step (1991-98).
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Wikipedia
Voice
Job
  • Actor; Television Personality
Birth Date
  • 1949-03-17
Series
  • Dallas
  • Dallas (second series)
  • Knots Landing in guest appearances
Appearance
  • "Volcano"
Spouse
  • Carlyn Duffy
Hair
  • Black
Name
  • Duffy, Patrick
  • Patrick Duffy
DOB
  • 1949-03-17
Years Active
  • 1974
Birth Place
Place of Birth
Birthday
  • 1949-03-17
Religion
  • Buddhism
yearsactive
  • 1972
Character
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Actor, director, television personality
Website
Gender
  • Male
Race
  • Caucasian
Date of Birth
  • 1949-03-17
Birth name
  • Patrick G. Duffy
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  • For "Da Boom", he and former costar Victoria Principal shot a live action spoof of the infamous Dallas scene in which Pamela Ewing wakes up and finds her supposedly dead husband Bobby in the shower, realizing that the episode, in Family Guy's case, was a dream. He also voiced three characters in "And the Wiener is..." including a salesman and a teacher.
  • Patrick George Duffy (born March 17, 1969-2025?) is an American character actor of stage and film. In 1986 Duffy drove a pace car at Talladega Superspeedway, and started joyriding on the track in front of the entire Coast Guard audience. The clown cruisers who actually chased him around the track were not amused when they caught and slammed him repeatedly with apple pies. Through this he won several Pounds of Weed due to NASCAR's rule of no un-high driver left behind.
  • Duffy was born in Townsend, MT, the son of tavern owners Marie and Terence Duffy. During high school, Duffy was living in Everett, WA, and attended Cascade High School. At Cascade, he participated in the Drama Club and the Pep Club, for which he was a Yell King. Academically, Duffy earned credentials in theater arts that entitled him to teach, graduating from the University of Washington in 1971 with a degree in drama. He ruptured both his vocal cords during his senior year of college, so he created the position of actor-in-residence, where he worked as an interpreter for ballet, opera, and orchestra companies in Washington. He also taught mime and movement classes during this period.
  • Duffy is an American actor, best known for his role as "Bobby Ewing" on the CBS prime time soap opera Dallas.
  • Patrick G. Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is an American character actor of stage and film. He is best known for his role on the CBS television drama Dallas, where he played Bobby Ewing from 1978 to 1985 and from 1986 to 1991. He is also well known for his role on the ABC television sitcom Step by Step as Frank Lambert, the husband of Carol Lambert, played by Suzanne Somers, from 1991 to 1998.
  • Patrick Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is an American television actor. He is best known for his roles as Bobby Ewing on the immensely popular CBS drama Dallas (a role he played from 1978-85 and 1986-91), and as Frank Lambert on the ABC television sitcom Step By Step (1991-98). Duffy was born in Townsend, Montana, the son of tavern owners Marie and Terence Duffy. He is of Irish descent. Duffy married Carlyn Rosser, ten years his senior, in a Buddhist ceremony conducted on February 15, 1974. The couple had two sons, Padraic Terrence Duffy (b. 1974) and Conor Frederick Duffy (b. 1979) and maintained a home near Eagle Point, Oregon. Duffy was an avid collector of antique dolls and children's books. Though a former Catholic and named after Saint Patrick because he was born on March 17, he converted to Buddhism at the approximate time of his earliest meetings with his wife, who was then a ballet dancer with the First Chamber Dance Company of New York. Academically, Duffy earned credentials in theater arts that entitled him to teach, graduating from the University of Washington in 1971 with a degree in drama. He ruptured both his vocal cords during his senior year of college, so he created the position of actor-in-residence, where he worked as an interpreter for ballet, opera, and orchestra companies in Washington. He also taught mime and movement classes during this period, during which he met his wife.
  • Patrick Duffy appeared in the Season One episode, "Volcano".
  • Patrick Duffy (born March 17, 1949) is the actor best known for playing Bobby Ewing of the popular long-running CBS primetime soap opera Dallas. In 1976, Duffy landed the role of Mark Harris in the short-lived television series Man from Atlantis. Following the series' cancellation in early 1978, he got his big break in the role of Bobby Ewing on the TV series Dallas. The show became a worldwide phenomenon, ranking in the top 3 for the first half of the 1980s. Despite its success, Duffy opted to leave the series in 1985 with his character being killed off onscreen. However, with both the show and his career on the decline, he returned in 1986 in the infamous shower scene that rendered the entire 1985–1986 season "just a dream". Duffy then remained with the series until its cancellation in 1991. He also appeared in several episodes of the spin-off series Knots Landing between 1979-82. Throughout the 13-year run of Dallas, Duffy directed several episodes of the series. In 1992, he began a role of the public announcing host and Pete's rival, Harold Hatchback (which is from Rob Paulsen's voice role) in the episode, "Buddy Building" from Goof Troop. At the end of Dallas' run in 1991, Duffy began another popular television role, as Frank Lambert on the family sitcom, Step by Step in which he co-starred with Suzanne Somers. The series ran until 1998, and Duffy also directed 49 episodes. Also in the 1990s, he appeared in two Dallas reunion TV movies; J.R. Returns (1996) and War of the Ewings (1998), both of which he also co-produced. In an interview on the UK's Mrs. Merton chat show in 1997, Duffy stated that he and Dallas co-star Larry Hagman were planning a third Dallas TV movie, but this project failed to materialize. He has reunited on several occasions with many of his Dallas co-stars both onscreen and off, most notably for the non-fiction television special Dallas Reunion: Return to Southfork in 2004. Duffy continued to act in the occasional guest or voice acting appearance, including the shows Family Guy (in which he appeared in a live action scene with Victoria Principal as they spoofed the Dallas shower scene), as well as Justice League and Touched by an Angel. More recently, Duffy starred in television movies Falling in Love With the Girl Next Door and Desolation Canyon. In 2006, he began a limited run on the daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful as Stephen Logan, returning to the role every now and then. From April - July 2008, he also hosted Bingo America, a partially interactive game show on GSN. Duffy has also tried his hand at singing and in 1983 he had a hit in Europe with "Together We're Strong", a duet with French female singer Mireille Mathieu. The single reached number 5 in The Netherlands in April 1983. In 2010, Duffy began appearing as a paid spokesperson for "Miracle Ear" hearing aids. In 2010, Duffy narrated the ESPN 30-for-30 documentary entitled "Pony Excess", which profiled the SMU football scandal of the 1980s. Coincidentally, SMU is located in Dallas.
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