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Coy Luther Perry, III

Hebrew: קוי לות'ר פרי, השלישי
Also Known As: "Luke"
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Birthplace: Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio, United States
Death: March 04, 2019 (52)
Saint Joseph Medical Center, 501 South Buena Vista Street, Burbank, Los Angeles County, California, 91505, United States (Stroke)
Place of Burial: Dickson, Dickson County, Tennessee, United States
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About Luke Perry

A titan of television has passed away, as Luke Perry – a former heartthrob who found fame on ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ in the 1990s – has died after being hospitalized for a stroke. He was 52.

Fans of the original Beverly Hills, 90210 and Riverdale are in mourning. Luke Perry, whose role as Dylan McKay left 1990s kids swooning, passed away on March 4 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank, California. This tragic news comes after Luke was hospitalized after he reportedly suffered a massive stroke on Feb. 27. His reps told the publication that the doctors had sedated Luke following his stroke in hopes of giving his brain a “fighting chance” to recover from the trauma. Sadly, the damage was too much for him to overcome. HollywoodLife.com has reached out for a statement and will update this post with any further information. Update: his rep released a statement below.


Meanwhile, Chris Nassif, Luke Perry’s agent during his years on Beverly Hills, 90210, released the following statement after his passing: “Luke will be missed, a friend gone way too soon. It seems like yesterday that I was Luke’s agent negotiating his role on Beverly Hills, 90210. I would like to express my condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time.”

Luke suffered a stroke when a “certain area of the brain experiences a sudden onset of lack of blood supply,” Dr. Dexter Sun EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com when discussing his condition. As to why Luke was sedated, Dr. Sun explained that “inducing a coma can improve the chances of survival and decrease the residual neurologic problems… Sedation is a lighter procedure, usually done to prevent the patient from having seizures or from moving. The current treatment is often administering a medicine called TPA [tissue plasminogen activator], one of the so-called clot-busting drugs, that can help to dissolve the clot and restore blood flow to the brain in an effort to minimize the long term damage that’s done to the brain.”

Tragically, Luke’s death comes on the heels of news of a 90210 reunion. On Feb. 27, Fox announced plans to reunite the cast of Beverley Hills, 90210, according to USA Today. Original stars Jason Priestley, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, Brian Austin Green and Tori Spelling were set to return. Luke and Shannen Doherty were not on board (as he was presumably too busy with his commitments to Riverdale) but a cameo from Dylan — sadly, until his death — was not off the books.

Ziering, who was one of the first co-stars to mourn Luke, tweeted, “Dearest Luke, I will forever bask in the loving memories we’ve shared over the last thirty years. May your journey forward be enriched by the magnificent souls who have passed before you, just like you have done here, for those you leave behind.”

Since his death, friend Sarah Michelle Gellar posted a moving message about Luke on Instagram, writing, “My entire high school experience was shaped by Brenda and Dylan. Now I have to hold my dear friend @theshando hand, while she mourns the loss of #lukeperry This is not how it’s supposed to happen. I hope his family knows many lives he touched. ‘I chose. I chose you. I want you. I’ve always wanted you’ – my favorite quote.”


Born Coy Luther Perry III in Mansfield, Ohio, Luke grew up in the Midwest before relocating to Los Angeles in pursuit of an acting career. His earliest roles were in daytime soap operas, as he was Ned Bates in Loving and Kenny on ten episodes of Another World. His breakout role came in 1990, when he was cast as the enigmatic loner Dylan on the Fox teen drama, Beverly Hills, 90210.

“So my character, Dylan, was a poor little rich kid — everybody thinks he’s got everything going, and it’s just not always that great — but he drove a cool car and had cool hair,” Dylan told The Hollywood Reporter in 2015. “There was a running joke in the wardrobe department: People are going to be watching for the clothes. Get ’em upscale and get ’em trendy.” The move worked, as Luke became a teen idol, captivating hearts of millions. He stayed with the show until 1995, before leaving the show to pursue more mature roles. After appearing in a few TV movies, the independent feature Normal Life and the sci-fi adventure The Fifth Element, he returned to 90210 in 1998.

After 90210 went off the air in 2000, Luke appeared as Revered Jeremiah Cloutier in the HBO prison Drama Oz; starred in TV series like Jeremiah, Windfall and John From Cincinnati; and pursued an extensive voice-acting career, lending his voice to shows like Biker Mice from Mars, Pepper Ann, Clone High, and The Simpsons (where he played himself as Krusty the Clown’s half-brother.) Luke continued to appear in television shows and movies, though his career would experience a renaissance when he landed the role of Frederick “Fred” Andrews, on Riverdale. The chance to portray Archie’s father allowed Luke to flex his acting muscles in a new way.

“I like playing the dad because I like being a dad, and I think it’s a great character in the milieu of this show that I’m the grounded one, and I’m the guy who really cares about [K.J. Apa, who portrays Archie], who cares about doing a good job and being a good construction worker. I love that,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in 2017. “What you see on the screen is very much what you get. We have a real, honest communication between the two of us. I’ve met K.J.’s mom and dad, and I feel like that’s who I work for. I’ve told them, “I will look after your son as if he were my own,” and, in that regard, I do.”

Luke was married to Rachel Minnie Sharp from 1993 to 2003. The two welcomed two children into the world – daughter Sophie, (born June 7, 2000) and son Jack (born June 15, 1997). Jack is better known as professional wrestler “Jungle Boy” Nate Coy, who signed with All Elite Wrestling in 2019.

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Coy Luther "Luke" Perry III (October 11, 1966 – March 4, 2019)[1] was an American actor. He became a teen idol for playing Dylan McKay on the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210 from 1990 to 1995, and again from 1998 to 2000. He also starred as Fred Andrews on the CW series Riverdale, and had guest roles on notable shows such as Criminal Minds, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Will & Grace.


Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Personal life and death 4 Filmography 4.1 Film 4.2 Television 5 References 6 External links

Early life Perry was born in Mansfield, Ohio,[1] and raised in Fredericktown, Ohio. There, he was the school mascot, the Fredericktown High School Freddie. His mother, Ann Bennett, was a homemaker, and his father, Coy Luther Perry Jr., was a steelworker.[2]

Perry moved to Los Angeles shortly after high school to pursue acting. He worked as a paver and lived in various cities including Huntington Beach, Long Beach, Downey, and Paramount.[citation needed]

Career In an interview with Whoopi Goldberg in the 1990s, Perry said he auditioned for 215 acting jobs in New York before getting work on a TV commercial.[citation needed] After appearing in the music video "Be Chrool to Your Scuel" for the band Twisted Sister alongside Alice Cooper, Perry's earliest roles were in the daytime soap operas Loving (1987–88) and Another World (1988–89).

Following this, he won the role of the brooding millionaire's son Dylan McKay on Fox's teen drama, Beverly Hills, 90210. He had originally auditioned for the role of Steve Sanders but lost to actor Ian Ziering. While starring on 90210, Perry won a supporting role in the original film version of Joss Whedon's Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992). Perry had already become a popular teen idol in the early 1990s. He also starred in Terminal Bliss in 1992.


Perry at the 1991 Emmy Awards Perry starred as Lane Frost in 8 Seconds in 1994. In an attempt to find more mature roles, he decided to leave Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1995. In the same year, he took a part in the Italian movie Vacanze di Natale '95, playing himself. Although he announced that 90210 was behind him, his departure would eventually turn out to be for only three years. During that time, Perry starred in the independent film Normal Life opposite Ashley Judd, starred in the TV science fiction movie Invasion (1997), and a Rodney King drama Riot (1997), and he had a small role in Luc Besson's science fiction adventure film The Fifth Element (1997). In 1998 he returned to 90210 for financial reasons.[citation needed] Perry then starred in the 1999 film Storm and went on to star in a 2002 television movie called The Triangle.

From 2001 to 2002, he starred in the HBO prison drama Oz, as the Reverend Jeremiah Cloutier. From 2002 to 2004 he starred in the post-apocalyptic TV series Jeremiah. In 2006 Perry co-starred in the ensemble drama series Windfall, about a group of friends who win the lottery. The series ran for 13 episodes during the summer of 2006 on NBC. In 2007 he landed the role of Tommy "Santa" Santorelli on the film The Sandlot: Heading Home, and he appeared in the 2008 western A Gunfighter's Pledge.

Perry also appeared in the HBO series John from Cincinnati, which premièred on June 10, 2007, and ran for 10 episodes; the series finale aired on August 12, 2007. He also starred in the Swedish film Äntligen Midsommar (Finally Midsummer), which was released in the summer of 2009.

He said of his role on Beverly Hills, 90210 as Dylan McKay: "I'm going to be linked with him until I die, but that's actually just fine. I created Dylan McKay. He's mine." However, he did not reprise his role on the spin-off. He stated: "When you're in the professional acting business, you have to look into all these offers, and I don't mean anything bad about it but creatively it's something I have done before and I don't know how it will benefit me if I do it again."

Perry finally revealed a major reason why he did not want to be part of this revival, citing the show's longtime producer Aaron Spelling: "The difference between CW bringing something back and Aaron Spelling doing something back is significant. And I cannot do it without Aaron." However, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, and Tori Spelling reprised their roles in the 2008 revival of the series.

Perry did considerable voice-over work for various animated series, often playing himself. He played himself (as Krusty the Clown's half brother) in an episode of The Simpsons (1993). He voiced himself in an episode of Johnny Bravo, giving Johnny dating advice after Johnny saved him from a stampede of fan girls. Perry parodied himself in an episode of Family Guy, in which he was labeled as gay by Peter and sues the family. His other voice work includes The Incredible Hulk, Biker Mice from Mars, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm, and The Night of the Headless Horseman.

Perry guest-starred as gay characters in the sitcoms Spin City (1997) and Will & Grace (2005); he appeared as Carter Heywood's ex-boyfriend who subsequently fell in love with a woman on Spin City and played a geeky birdwatcher who caught the eye of Jack McFarland on Will & Grace. In 2005, Perry was reunited with former 90210 co-star Jennie Garth when he guest-starred on What I Like About You in a loose parody of their 90210 characters' relationship. In 2008, Perry guest-starred as rapist Noah Sibert in the season premiere of the television series Law & Order: SVU.[3] He also guest-starred as cult leader Benjamin Cyrus in an episode of Criminal Minds. In late 2009, Perry starred in The Killers' music video for their fourth annual Christmas single, "¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!"

Also in 2009, Luke lent his voice talents in the Thomas Nelson's audio Bible production known as The Word of Promise. In this dramatized audio, Perry played the characters of Saint Stephen and Judas the disciple. The project also featured a large ensemble of other well-known Hollywood actors including Jim Caviezel, Lou Gossett Jr., John Rhys-Davies, Jon Voight, Gary Sinise, Jason Alexander, Christopher McDonald, Marisa Tomei, and John Schneider.[4][5]

Perry appeared on Broadway in 2001, in a revival of The Rocky Horror Show, playing Brad Majors.[6]

In 2004, he appeared in the London production of When Harry Met Sally as Harry, alongside Alyson Hannigan as Sally.[7]

Following his appearance in the stage adaptation of When Harry Met Sally, Perry was asked to reprise his role as Dylan McKay in a guest appearance on 90210. Owing to scheduling conflicts with Shannen Doherty, he was subsequently written out of the episode. He appeared as the American version of Inspector Space-Time in an episode of Community. In 2010 he played a con man/psychic in a second season episode of Leverage.

Perry returned to television in 2015 in the Up Network original series Detective McLean: Ties That Bind. He played Tim Olson, the brother of the lead character, who is arrested by his sister and sent to prison. Subsequently, the show revolves around his sister taking in his teenage kids. Perry also starred in the Hallmark Channel movie Love in Paradise in 2016.[8]

From 2017 until his death, Perry starred as Frederick "Fred" Andrews, Archie's father, on the CW series Riverdale.

Personal life and death Perry was married to Rachel Minnie Sharp from 1993 to 2003.[9][10] The couple had two children, Jack (born June 15, 1997) and Sophie (born June 7, 2000). His son, Jack, is a professional wrestler known by his ring name "Jungle Boy" Nate Coy, who is signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).[11][12][13]

Perry became an advocate for testing for colon cancer after undergoing a colonoscopy in 2015 that revealed precancerous growths.[14]

Perry suffered a massive stroke at his home in Sherman Oaks, California, on February 27, 2019. Five days later, on March 4, 2019, Perry died due to complications from his stroke. He was 52 years old.[15][16]


Filmography Film Year Title Role Notes 1991 Scorchers Ray Ray 1992 Terminal Bliss John Hunter Buffy the Vampire Slayer Oliver Pike 1994 8 Seconds Lane Frost 1995 Vacanze di Natale '95 (Christmas Holidays '95) Himself 1996 Normal Life Chris Anderson American Strays Johnny 1997 The Fifth Element Billy Masterson Lifebreath Martin Devoe Riot Boomer Television film Segment: "Empty" Invasion Beau Stark Television film 1998 Indiscreet Michael Nash 1999 The Night of the Headless Horseman Brom Bones Voice Television film The Heist Jack The Florentine Frankie Storm Dr. Ron Young Direct-to-video 2000 Attention Shoppers Mark Pinnalore 2001 The Enemy Dr. Michael Ashton The Triangle Stu Sheridan Television film Dirt Attorney 2002 Fogbound Bob Johnson County War Harry Hammett Television film 2003 Down the Barrel David Direct-to-video 2005 Dishdogz Tony Descent Dr. Jake Rollins Television film Supernova Dr. Chris Richardson Television film 2007 The Sandlot: Heading Home Tommy "Santa" Santorelli Direct-to-video Alice Upside Down Ben McKinley 2008 A Gunfighter's Pledge Matt Austin Television film A Very Merry Daughter Of the Bride Charlie Television film 2009 Angel and the Badman Laredo Stevens Television film Äntligen midsommar! Sam Upstairs Ward Weaver Silent Venom Lt. Comdr. James O'Neill Direct-to-video Sam Steele and the Junior Detective Agency The Cat 2010 Redemption Road Boyd Final Storm Silas Hendershot Direct-to-DVD Hanna's Gold Cole Good Intentions Chester Milford 2011 Goodnight for Justice John Goodnight Television film 2012 Goodnight for Justice: The Measure of a Man John Goodnight Television film Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts John Goodnight Television film 2013 Red Wing Carl Blanton 2013 Scoot and Kassie’s Christmas Adventure Paul Stevenson 2014 Beat Beneath My Feet Max Stone 2015 Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise Richard Steele 2015 Welcome Home 2016 Love in Paradise Avery Ford Television film 2016 Dudes & Dragons Lorash 2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Wayne Maunder Post-production, posthumous release Television Year Title Role Notes 1982 Voyagers! Union Prisoner Uncredited Episode: "The Day the Rebs Took Lincoln" 1987–1988 Loving Ned Bates 1988–1989 Another World Kenny 10 episodes 1990–1995 1998–2000 Beverly Hills, 90210 Dylan McKay 199 episodes 1993 The Simpsons Himself Voice Episode: "Krusty Gets Kancelled" 1994–1995 Biker Mice from Mars Napoleon Brie Voice 6 episodes 1996 Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm Sub-Zero Voice 13 episodes 1996–1997 The Incredible Hulk Rick Jones Voice 4 episodes 1997 Spin City Spence Episode: "Kiss Me, Stupid" 1999–2000 Pepper Ann Stewart Waldinger Voice 3 episodes 2000 Johnny Bravo Himself Voice Episode: "Luke Perry's Guide to Love" Family Guy Himself Voice Episode: "The Story on Page One" 2001 Night Visions Dr. Michael Sears Episode: "Now He's Coming Up the Stairs" 2001–2002 Oz Rev. Jeremiah Cloutier 10 episodes 2002–2004 Jeremiah Jeremiah 35 episodes 2003 Clone High Ponce de León Voice Episode: "Litter Kills - Literally" 2005 Will & Grace Aaron Episode: "The Birds & the Bees" What I Like About You Todd 3 episodes 2006 Windfall Peter Schaefer 13 episodes 2007 Biker Mice from Mars Napoleon Brie Voice Episode: "Once Upon a Time on Earth" John from Cincinnati Linc Stark 10 episodes 2008 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Noah Sibert Episode: "Trials" 2008, 2018 Criminal Minds Benjamin Cyrus Episodes: "Minimal Loss" and "300" 2009 The Storm Stillman Miniseries 2010 Leverage Dalton Rand Episode: "The Future Job" Generator Rex Jacob Episode: "The Architect" FCU: Fact Checkers Unit Luke 8 episodes 2011 Pound Puppies Fang Voice Episode: "Rebel Without A Collar" 2012 Raising Hope Ghost of Arbor Day Episode: "Arbor Daze" 2012–2013 Body of Proof CDC Officer Dr. Charlie Stafford 5 episodes 2013 Community American Inspector Spacetime Episode: "Conventions of Space and Time" 2014 Major Crimes Jon Worth Episode: "Cutting Loose" (2015) 2016 The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesomeness Himself Episode: The 90's 2017–19 Riverdale Fred Andrews Main cast References

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"Luke Perry Biography (1966-)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2015-01-28.
"Luke Perry to Guest on "Law & Order: SVU"". The Insiders. July 30, 2008. Archived from the original on July 31, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-20.
"The Word of Promise: Cast". Archived from the original on 2014-10-29.
"BELIEFS : Stars lined up for elaborate audio Bible : Michael York, Jason Alexander and many others gave voice to a 79-CD reading of Old and New Testaments".
Stephen M. Silverman (2001-06-29). "From 90210 to 10036: Perry on B'way". People. Retrieved 2007-07-01.
Anne Hansford And Stephen M. Silverman (2004-01-08). "Hannigan Orgasmic over New Stage Role". People. Archived from the original on 2007-10-01. Retrieved 2007-07-01.
"Love in Paradise". Hallmark Channel. Retrieved 2016-12-02.
"Luke Perry: Splitsville, 90210". E! Online. 4 May 2003.
August 16, Daily Dish on; AM, 2012 at 11:05 (16 August 2012). "Jennie Garth turns to Luke Perry for post-split support". Daily Dish.
"Luke Perry Supports His Son Jungle Boy at Wrestling Match". E! Online. 17 January 2017.
"Luke Perry reveals why he'd never let his daughter date Dylan McKay". TODAY.com.
"A baby girl joins Luke Perry, wife". DeseretNews.com. 10 June 2000.
Carlton, Lindsay (17 March 2017). "'90210' actor Luke Perry opens up about 2015 cancer scare". Fox News.
Jami Ganz; Nancy Dillon (February 28, 2019). "Luke Perry, star of "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Riverdale", hospitalized after suffering stroke". New York, NY: New York Daily News. Retrieved 28 February 2019.
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Luke Perry Biography Showing all 36 items Jump to: Overview (4) | Mini Bio (1) | Spouse (1) | Trivia (12) | Personal Quotes (18) Overview (4) Born October 11, 1966 in Mansfield, Ohio, USA Died March 4, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, USA (complications from a stroke) Birth Name Coy Luther Perry III Height 5' 10" (1.78 m) Mini Bio (1) Luke Perry was born on October 11, 1966 in Mansfield, Ohio, USA as Coy Luther Perry III. He was an actor and producer, known for Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990), The Fifth Element (1997) and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992). He was married to Rachel Sharp. He died on March 4, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Spouse (1) Rachel Sharp (20 November 1993 - 11 October 2003) ( divorced) ( 2 children) Trivia (12) Second child with ex-wife Rachel Sharp, a daughter named Sophie Perry was born June 7, 2000, weighing 7 lbs 14 ounces. Auditioned for the role of Steve on Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) before being cast as Dylan. Graduated high school in 1984 and was voted "Biggest Flirt" by his high school classmates. First child with ex-wife Rachel Sharp, a son named Jack Perry was born June 15, 1997. Has two boxers named Casey and Mac. Had a potbellied pig named "Jerry Lee", named after Jerry Lee Lewis. He once worked at a doorknob factory. Ranked #6 in TV Guide's list of "TV's 25 Greatest Teen Idols" (January 23, 2005 issue). Lives in Los Angeles, California and Vanleer, Tennessee. Starring in the London West End adaptation of 'When Harry Met Sally' [February 2004] Filming the movie, Antligen midsommar! (2009), in Trosa Sweden, with actors Olle Sarri, Lisa Werlinder, Kari Hamfors Wernolf, Per Wernolf, Daniel Gustavsson, Anna Littorin, Alexander Karim and Annica McCrudden. [September 2008] Decided to leave Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) early in season 6 to pursue more mature roles. However, due to financial reasons he decided to return to the show in season 9. Personal Quotes (18) I knew that I was going to do Westerns. I like 'em. I go four-wheeling in my truck. I also like to fish, cook, do stuff around my house. I even studied fencing for a while. I don't think what I have to say is that important. It's hard and sometimes it's scary. It still amazes my mother. I went home for Christmas one year and there were fans all over the front lawn, hoping to see me. I've had tons of odd jobs, but I think that I would probably be a fireman because you get to see the results of your job. You get there and there is a house on fire. You leave and there's not a fire anymore. When I was a kid, I was at a bowling alley and I ran into a soda machine. I still have the scar on my right eyebrow obviously. My high school was nothing like West Beverly High, let me tell you. I grew up in Fredericktown, Ohio. I'm not much of a matchmaker. I think people have to make their own choices and mistakes and all that stuff. I think that sometimes kids use the show as a jumping off point for talking about things with their parents. I open to anything... just about anything. It was a fun film. I had a great time doing it. I was looking for a role just like that for my first movie role. I didn't want to have a starring role, because I wanted a chance to learn. I didn't want the whole thing riding on me. I was something of a prankster. One time I put a ski mask on my head and used a fake gun on the school secretary so that I could get some of my friends out of detention. I have a girlfriend, but I don't really want to talk about her. I won't name her. She isn't in show business, has nothing to do with it. So I'd rather just keep her out of it. I always felt like something of an outsider. But I identified with people up on the screen. That made me feel like I wanted to be up on the screen too. I felt like eventually I would get there. Growing up in the Midwest, people don't drive Porsches and Ferraris. They drive Fords and Chevys. And so even if you have the opportunity to buy a more expensive car, it doesn't occur to you because it's not what you relate to. Why doesn't Apple stop for a year and make medical devices? When people talk about technology, that's where I start to get a little hot under the collar because I know that it's the key to solving some of the world's biggest problems. Having a faster, thinner telephone is not one of the world's biggest problems. When I was a kid, I just devoured TV 24 hours a day. Now that it's actually available 24 hours a day, I'm usually busy doing other stuff. But I do watch TV when I can. There's a big difference between me and a real, legitimate working hand, or a world-champion rodeo cowboy. I play 'em, and I aspire to be like that, but those guys are tough.


Actor. A prolific actor, his best known roles were in the teenage high school drama television show "Beverly Hills 90210", which ran from 1990 to 2000, and in the teenage television drama "Riverdale", which was based on the "Archie" comic book, and ran from 2017 to 2019. He moved to Los Angeles, California after high school to pursue acting. His television career began when he was 16, acting in soap operas such as ABC’s "Loving" and "Another World" on NBC, and doing voice work for animated series such as "The Incredible Hulk" and "Biker Mice From Mars". In 1990 hew became a household name for playing 'Dylan McKay' on the smash hit "Beverly Hills, 90210" on Fox, which became a phenomenon, catapulting Perry to full-blown teen idol status. Perry had two runs on '90210', one from 1990 to 1995 and another from 1998 to the show’s end in 2000, during which time his character struggled with alcohol abuse and drug addiction. His appearance in the show "Riverdale" was portraying 'Fred Andrews', father of main character 'Archie Andrews". He was 52 when he passed away a week after suffering a stroke.

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לוק פרי (שחקן) קפיצה לניווטקפיצה לחיפוש לוק פרי Luke Perry לוק פרי בכנס "קומיק-קון" בסן דייגו, יולי 2018 לוק פרי בכנס "קומיק-קון" בסן דייגו, יולי 2018 לידה 11 באוקטובר 1966 אוהיו, ארצות הברית פטירה 4 במרץ 2019 (בגיל 52) ברבנק, קליפורניה, ארצות הברית שם לידה Coy Luther Perry עריכת הנתון בוויקינתונים מדינה ארצות הברית ארצות הברית שנות הפעילות 1982 – 2019 דמות ידועה דילן מקיי, בוורלי הילס 90210 פרד אנדרוז (ריברדייל) עיסוק שחקן טלוויזיה, שחקן, שחקן קולנוע, מדבב עריכת הנתון בוויקינתונים http://www.lukeperry.com פרופיל ב-IMDb לעריכה בוויקינתונים שמשמש מקור לחלק מהמידע בתבנית OOjs UI icon info big.svg לוק פרי (באנגלית: Luke Perry; ‏11 באוקטובר 1966 –‏ 4 במרץ 2019) היה שחקן אמריקאי. ידוע בעיקר בשל גילום דמותו של דילן מקיי בסדרת הנוער משנות ה-90 בוורלי הילס 90210.

תוכן עניינים 1 שנותיו המוקדמות 2 קריירה 3 חייו האישיים 4 קישורים חיצוניים 5 הערות שוליים שנותיו המוקדמות פרי נולד במנספילד שבאוהיו בשם קוי לות'ר פרי השלישי (באנגלית: Coy Luther Perry III). לאחר סיום לימודיו בתיכון עבר ללוס אנג'לס כדי להתחיל קריירת משחק.

קריירה במהלך ראיון טלוויזיוני בשנות התשעים חשף פרי בפני וופי גולדברג שניסה להתקבל ללמעלה מ-200 עבודות עד שקיבל את הפרסומת הראשונה שלו. לאחר מכן הוא הופיע בקליפ של הלהקה טוויסטד סיסטר. תפקידיו הראשונים של פרי היו בשנים 1987–1989 כאשר שיחק באופרות סבון יומיות.

פריצתו הגדולה הייתה כאשר קיבל את התפקיד של דילן מקיי בסדרת הנוער "בוורלי הילס 90210". דמותו של דילן נוצרה במיוחד עבורו, לאחר שנבחן לתפקיד סטיב סנדרס. עם זאת, ברשת FOX לא רצו אותו ובשנתיים הראשונות אהרון ספלינג, שהתעקש עליו, שילם לפרי משכורת מכיסו, עד שבסופו של דבר פוקס החתימו אותו. הסדרה זכתה להצלחה רבה ובמהרה הפך פרי לאליל נוער, והוא אף הושווה לג'יימס דין. בשנת 1992 שיחק פרי בסרטים כמו באפי ציידת הערפדים ו"Terminal Bliss". הוא דיבב את עצמו בסדרות משפחת סימפסון (1993), ג'וני בראבו ואיש משפחה (2000). בנוסף הוא דיבב בסדרה האופנוברים ממאדים. ב-1994 הוא שיחק בסרט "8 Seconds" לצידו של השחקן סטיבן בולדווין. במטרה להשיג תפקידים בוגרים יותר ולפתח את קריירת המשחק שלו החליט פרי לעזוב את "בוורלי הילס 90210" בשנת 1995. פרי הופיע במספר סרטים ביניהם הסרט האלמנט החמישי שיצא בשנת 1997. באותה שנה הוא ביצע הופעת אורח בסדרה ספין סיטי. בשנת 1998 החליט פרי לחזור לסדרה ושיחק בה עד סיומה בשנת 2000. בשנת 2001 החל לשחק בסדרה אוז שם גם הופיע בפעם הראשונה בעירום מלא.

פרי השתתף בתפקידים קטנים בסדרות שונות ובשנת 2005 הופיע בפרק בסדרה ויל וגרייס ובסדרה אחיות או לא להיות לצידה של ג'ני גארת' ששיחקה איתו ב"בוורלי הילס 90210". בשנת 2007 השתתף בסדרה של רשת HBO שנקראה "ג'ון מסינסינטי" לצידם של שחקנים כמו רבקה דה מורניי ואד אוניל. ב-2008 שיחק בסדרה חוק וסדר: מדור מיוחד. בשנת 2009 הופיע ב-מחשבות פליליות ובקליפ של הקילרס לשיר "¡Happy Birthday Guadalupe!".

בשנים 2011–2013 שיחק בתפקיד הראשי בטרילוגיית סרטי הטלוויזיה של הולמרק "Goodnight for Justice", בתפקיד ג'ון גודנייט. הרעיון לסרטים היה של פרי עצמו והוא גם שימש כמפיק בפועל. את הסרט הראשון בסדרה ביים חברו מ"בוורלי הילס 90210" ג'ייסון פריסטלי.

פרי, 1991 פרי שיחק בברודוויי בשנת 2001 בשיחזור של מופע האימים של רוקי. בשנת 2004 השתתף בהפקה של כשהארי פגש את סאלי לצידה של השחקנית אליסון הניגן.

בשנת 2017 החל לשחק את "פרד אנדרוז" אביו של ארצ'י בסדרת הלהיט ריברדייל של הרשת The CW.

חייו האישיים משנת 1993 עד 2003 היה פרי נשוי למיני שארפ (Minnie Sharp). לזוג שני ילדים: ג'ק (נולד ב-15 ביוני 1997) וסופי (נולדה ב-7 ביוני 2000). בסוף חודש פברואר 2019 לוק לקה בשבץ מוחי ומת מספר ימים לאחר מכן, בגיל 52. זמן קצר קודם לפטירתו התארס ל-ונדי מדיסון באוור (Wendy Madison Bauer)[1].

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Taryn Ryder, Luke Perry dead at 52 following massive stroke, 4 march 2019

בקרת זהויות WorldCat VIAF: 69732288 LCCN: n92044533 ISNI: 0000 0001 1493 2114 GND: 119127954 BNF: cb139639713 (data) BNE: XX1174345 קטגוריות: ילידי 1966שחקני קולנוע וטלוויזיה אמריקאיםמדבבים אמריקאים

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Luke Perry's Timeline

1966
October 11, 1966
Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio, United States
1997
June 15, 1997
Age 30
2019
March 4, 2019
Age 52
Burbank, Los Angeles County, California, United States
March 11, 2019
Age 52
Dickson, Dickson County, Tennessee, United States