Jeff Fahey on Mickey Rourke, Michael Jai White, PTSD and THE COMMANDO

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Interview by Paul Salfen

In Theaters, On Demand and Digital – January 7, 2022

SYNOPSIS: In this edge-of-your-seat crime thriller starring Michael Jai White and Mickey Rourke, an elite DEA agent (White) returns home after a failed mission when his family makes an unexpected discovery in their house – a stash of money worth $3 million. They soon face the danger and threat of a newly released criminal (Rourke) and his crew who will do whatever it takes to retrieve the money – including kidnap the agent’s daughters. Stakes are high and lives are at risk in this head-to-head battle as the agent stops at nothing to protect his family against the money-hungry criminals.

Starring: Michael Jai White, Jeff Fahey, Aris Mejias, Gianni Capaldi, with Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Mickey Rourke

Directed By: Asif Akbar

Written By: Koji Steven Sakai

About Jeff Fahey:

Jeff Fahey was born in Olean, New York, one of 13 children of Jane (Gallagher) and Francis Thomas Fahey, who worked in a clothing store. He is of Irish descent. His family moved to Buffalo when he was 10, where he attended Father Baker’s High School. After graduation in 1972 he traveled around the world doing odd jobs. He was a crewman on a fishing boat, drove an ambulance in Germany, lived in a kibbutz in Israel and spent some time in India. He then returned to Buffalo and joined the Studio Arena Theatre. From there he went to New York City, where he studied with Myra Rastova, began doing off-Broadway theater and television soap operas. He started a production company and produced off-Broadway shows out of the Raft Theatre on Theatre Row. He first gained attention as a motion picture actor in Lawrence Kasdan’s Silverado (1985), in which he played Brian Dennehy’s deputy Tyree, a cold-blooded killer with a thirst for vengeance. He starred in the acclaimed live television play The Execution of Raymond Graham (1985) and the TNT mini-series “44 Days”. He starred for over two years in the daytime serial One Life to Live (1968). He appeared in the Broadway revival of “Brigadoon,” toured with “Oklahoma,” performed in Paris in “West Side Story” and in London in “Orphans” with Albert Finney.
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