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Larry Bagby

Larry Bagby

Larry Bagby

Larry Bagby

Larry Bagby can't take his eyes off the ball. He quickly tucks the ball away in his pocket when the referee blows the whistle.

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Larry Bagby (born March 7, 1974) is an American actor and musician who is best known as Ernie 'Ice' in Hocus Pocus, Larry Blaisdell in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Pvt. Shirley "Hickey" Kendrick in Saints and Soldiers, Marshall Grant in Walk the Line, and Frank Ellis in The Young and the Restless.

With his many high-profile acting roles, you’ve already seen the acting talents of Larry Bagby in TV and film. He is internationally known for his All-American and guy next door characters, as well as, his comedic and dramatic roles. His long list of credits including the supporting role as Marshall Grant in the award-winning film “Walk the Line”, as “ICE” (Ernie) in the iconic film “Hocus Pocus”, and as Shirl Kendrick in the war drama “Saints and Soldiers”, etc. He has appeared in many TV shows such as HBO’s “Ray Donovan”, Fox hit TV show “9-1-1”, CBS long time series “NCIS”, “The Young and the Restless”, “JAG”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and many more. (Source: www.larrybagby.com)

Hocus

Besides his appearances in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Saints and Soldiers, Walk the Line, and The Young and the Restless, Bagby has also had featured appearances on television shows including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cold Case, Malcolm in the Middle and JAG. As a teenager, he acted in Airborne and Hocus Pocus.

With his many high-profile acting roles, you’ve already seen the acting talents of Larry Bagby in TV and film. He is internationally known for his All-American and guy next door characters, as well as, his comedic and dramatic roles. His long list of credits including the supporting role as Marshall Grant in the award-winning film “Walk the Line”, as “ICE” (Ernie) in the iconic film “Hocus Pocus”, and as Shirl Kendrick in the war drama “Saints and Soldiers”, etc. He has appeared in many TV shows such as HBO’s “Ray Donovan”, Fox hit TV show “9-1-1”, CBS long time series “NCIS”, “The Young and the Restless”, “JAG”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and many more. (Source: www.larrybagby.com)

Star

Larry Bagby’s true passion has been, and remains, as a musician. He has a gifted songwriter and musical style that is uniquely his own yet is equal to the star power of today’s country music scene. His original songs have been featured in the films, “The Day the Earth Stood Still” and in the title track of “The Breakup Artist”. Bagby sang “Counting My Lucky Stars” (written by Mike Stinson) alongside Tim McGraw’s music in the CBS hit show “Cold Case Files”. An in-demand live entertainer, Larry Bagby has opened for Glen Campbell, Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, Joe Diffie, Hal Ketchum, Pat Green, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kevin Bacon Brothers, etc. He has performed alongside members of Johnny Cash’s “Tennessee Three” and many other notable bands.

Bagby is also a musician; his father was a musician in a dance band and Bagby remembers getting on stage with his father as a child. He released his first album in 2005, entitled Where I Stand. He then released his first EP, On the Radio that includes the song “Counting My Lucky Stars,” which was the only original song to be performed alongside Tim McGraw’s music on a TV episode of Cold Case. His original songs have also been featured in the #1 box office film The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008), and the title track in The Break Up Artist. (Source: www.mormonwiki.com)

 

 

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