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Tony Geary Net Worth: Tony Geary is an American actor who has a net worth of $9 million. Tony Geary attended the University of Utah as a Presidential Award Scholar in Drama. His father was the head of a construction company and his mother was a housewife, and he grew up in a Mormon family.

His first TV role was on the long-forgotten ABC daytime drama “Bright Promise” in 1969. From 1978 to 1984 and from 1993 to present, he played Luke Spencer on the ABC daytime drama General Hospital. His role in the general hospital started as a “killer” and later became a rapist who fell in love and later married his victim. He left General Hospital in 1984 but returned in 1991 as a new character Bill Eckert, Luke’s cousin, who played the dual roles of Bill and Luke from 1993 , until Bill’s death. He started his career at General Hospital and has gone beyond it. In 1971, he made a cameo appearance in an early and memorable episode of “Family Portrait.” He has performed in more than 50 stage productions across the United States. His extensive theatrical credits include “The Wild Duck”, “The Inspector General”, “Cat’s Paw”, “The Glass Menagerie” and “Barabas” produced at the Los Angeles Theater Center. He has won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series six times for General Hospital. As a producer, he won a Cindy Award for PBS children’s stories “The Sound of Sunshine,” “The Sound of Rain.” He is a certified scuba diver. Today, he spends his time at his home in Los Angeles and the Netherlands, where his two Emmys are. Tony Geary was born on May 29, 1947 in Colville, Utah.

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