Parker Stevenson Bio, Age, Family, Education, Wife, Children, Career, Nationality, Net Worth, Filmography

Parker Stevenson

Parker Stevenson  Biography

Richard Stevenson Parker Jr is an American actor best known for playing Frank Hardy in the 1970s TV series The Hardy Boys, and Craig Pomeroy on the 1990s TV series Baywatch.

Parker Stevenson  Age

Stevenson was born in the Main Line of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Richard Stevenson Parker Jr on June 4th, 1952.

Parker Stevenson Family

He is one of the two sons of Richard Stevenson Parker Sr., an investment advisor, and Sarah Meade, an actress who acted on Broadway and in numerous television commercials. His mother took him to a filming session when he was five years old, which resulted in him making two small television appearances.

The elder Parker, who had moved his family to Rye, New York, disapproved of the whole business, and although Richard Jr. himself appeared in a few plays at Brooks Preparatory School, he then had no intention of becoming an actor. His career ambition, instead, was architecture.

Parker Stevenson  Education

He graduated from Brooks School and Princeton University, where he studied architecture.

Parker Stevenson  Wife

He married Kirstie Alley in 1983 and later divorced in the year 1997.

Parker Stevenson  Children

Stevenson was blessed with two children namely Lillie Price Stevenson a daughter and a son William True Stevenson.

Parker Stevenson  Career

Stevenson’s first notable screen appearance was a starring role in the 1972 movie A Separate Peace, credited as Parker Stevenson. He moved to Hollywood and landed a role opposite Sam Elliott in the 1976 film Lifeguard. Stevenson became well known from starring teen heartthrob Shaun Cassidy in The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries series, produced by Glen A.

Larson’s production company through MCA-Universal Television (now NBCUniversal) under license from the Stratemeyer Publication Syndicate, from 1977 to 1979 on ABC. In 1983, he co-starred in the movie Stroker Ace as Burt Reynolds’s brash race-car driving nemesis, Aubrey James. The film was a critical and financial failure. In 1986, Stevenson starred as Billy Hazard in the television miniseries North and South: Book II.

He co-starred with his then-wife Kirstie Alley, who portrayed his sister Virgilia Hazard. Parker starred on the short-lived 1988 TV series Probe in the lead role of Austin James. Stevenson was part of the original cast of Baywatch in the 1989 season, returning for the syndicated 1997 and 1998 seasons.

He had a recurring role as a computer tycoon on Melrose Place during the second season.He starred in Legion. In 2014 he had a guest role on the Western/Mystery series Longmire. Stevenson has been a photographer since he was young; his work can be found at his photography website, shadow works

Parker Stevenson  Nationality

Parker’s nationality is American.

Parker Stevenson  Net Worth

Stevenson net worth is estimated at $ 10 million.

Parker Stevenson  Filmography

-1972 A Separate Peace Gene
-1974 Our Time Michael Alternate title: Death of Her Innocence
-1976 Lifeguard Chris
-1983 Stroker Ace Aubrey James
-1985 Stitches Bobby Stevens
-1995 Not of This Earth Jack Sherbourne
-2008 Loaded Ben Ryan
-2014 McTaggart’s Fortune Richard Heywood
-2015 Perfect Disguise General William Tecumseh Sherman
-2016 The War Riders General Sherman
-2016 Hidden Truth Sheriff Underwood
-2018 Mistrust Brandon McKellan
Year Title Role Notes
-1974 Gunsmoke Steven Episode: “To Ride a Yeller Horse”
-1976 The Streets of San Francisco Andy Horvath Episode: “The Drop”
-1977–79 The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries Frank Hardy 35 episodes
-1981 This House Possessed Gary Strayhorn Movie
-1983 The Love Boat Bill Watkins 2-part episode: “The Dean and the Flunkee”
-1983 Shooting Stars Bill O’Keefe Movie
-1983 The Love Boat Matt Stevens Episode: “Don’t Take My Wife, Please”
-1984 Hotel Michael Episode: “Confrontations”
-1984–85 Falcon Crest Joel McCarthy 11 episodes
-1985 Rockhopper Nick Larabee Movie
-1985 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Lance Richards Episode: “Method Actor”
-1985 Murder, She Wrote Michael Digby Episode: “Sticks and Stones”
-1986 North and South: Book II Billy Hazard Miniseries
-1986 That Secret Sunday Scott Dennis Movie
-1987 Matlock Dr. Philip Eagen Episode: “The Author”
-1987 The Hitchhiker Brett Episode: “Best Shot”
-1987 Shades of Love: The Rose Cafe Josh Movie
-1988 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Clark Taylor Episode: “Prosecutor”
-1988 Probe Austin James 8 episodes
-1989 The Cover Girl and the Cop Cable Hayward (uncredited) Movie (a.k.a. Beauty & Denise)
-1989 Mission: Impossible Champ Foster Episode: “The Haunting”
-1989 Baywatch: Panic at Malibu Pier Craig Pomeroy Movie
-1989–99 Baywatch Craig Pomeroy 28 episodes
-1989 Caddie Woodlawn Uncle Edmund Movie
-1983 All the Rivers Run II Cyrus Miniseries
-1991 Flesh ‘n’ Blood Jeffrey Hazelwood Episode: “Tall, Dark and Wanted in Four States”
-1992 Blossom Jim / Scott Alexander Episode: “Hot for Teacher”
-1992 Are You Lonesome Tonight Mat Henderson Movie
-1992 Shadow of a Stranger Ted Clinton Movie
-1993 Melrose Place Steve McMillan 6 episodes
-1993 Official Denial Paul Corliss Movie
-1994 Burke’s Law Ted Cranshaw Episode: “Who Killed Good Time Charlie?”
-1998 Legion Captain Aldrich Movie
-1999 Avalon: Beyond the Abyss John Alden Movie
-2000 Batman Beyond Paxton Powers (voice) Episode: “King’s Ransom”
-2001 Trapped Oliver Sloan Movie
-2002 Judging Amy Mr. Andrew Pickeral Episode: “Who Shot Dick?”
-2002 The District Mr. Skols Episode: “Convictions”
-2003 Terror Peak Kevin Fraser Movie
-2010 Legend of the Seeker The Margrave Episode: “Princess”
-2014 Longmire Welles VanBlarcom Episode: “Reports of My Death”
-2015 Win, Lose or Love Mike Canton Movie
-2015 His Secret Family Detective Sharpton Movie (a.k.a. A Secret Life)
-2015 A Christmas Reunion Don Dupree Movie
-2016 The Perfect Daughter Bruce Cahill Movie (a.k.a. The Carpenter’s Daughter)
-2016 Bull Gavin Everton Episode: “Just Tell the Truth”
-2017 My Christmas Prince Jim Logan Movie
-2017–18 Greenhouse Academy Louis Osmond 24 episodes

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