Jeffrey Byron is an American actor and writer. Byron has acted in both film and television, and co-wrote one movie script. Byron was born in Santa Monica, California, the third son of English actress Anna Lee by her second husband, George Stafford. He appeared at the 31st Emmy Award ceremony, accepting his mother's lifetime achievement award. In 1964 he appeared in "The Bewitchin' Pool", the last original broadcast episode of The Twilight Zone.
|Born:||Timothy Paul Stafford, Nov 28, 1955, Santa Monica, California, U.S.|
|Parent(s):||Anna Lee, George Stafford|
|IMDb:||Jeffrey Byron's IMDb|
About Jeffrey Byron
After playing Richard Abbott in the 1986 to 1987 season of ABC's One Life to Live, he was cast in a recurring role on Port Charles and also appeared in episodes of Baywatch and The Bold and the Beautiful.
Early in his career, he appeared in the 1963 John Wayne film Donovan's Reef.
He co-wrote and starred in the 1984 science fiction film The Dungeonmaster.
His birth name was Timothy Paul Stafford; he later adopted the stage name of Jeffrey Byron. He was born in Southern California to George Stafford and British actress Anna Lee.
He and Trevor St. John were both series regulars on One Life to Live.
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- Writers from Santa Monica, California
- Male actors from Santa Monica, California