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Actor Luke Perry was born October 11, 1966, in Fredericktown, Ohio. In 1990, he landed his
breakthrough role as the rebellious teen heartthrob Dylan McKay on Aaron Spelling’s dramatic TV
series Beverly Hills 90210. In the years since, he has enjoyed continued success on TV as well as on
the stage and silver screen. On October 11, 1966, actor Luke Perry was born Coy Luther Perry III to
Coy Perry Sr. and Ann Perry of Mansfield, Ohio. After his parents’ divorce in 1972, he was raised by
his mother and stepfather in the quiet rural community of Fredericktown, Ohio—along with his older
brother Tom, younger sister Amy and stepsister Emily. Perry’s relationship with his biological father
remained tense until his father’s death of a heart attack in 1980. It was his stepfather, construction
worker Steve Bennett, whom Perry looked to as a role model. Perry would later describe Bennett to
People magazine as “the one who taught [him] the important things [he] needed to know about being a
man.” Known by his teachers as a daydreamer, Perry lacked enthusiasm for his high school’s farming
curriculum. Of his rural education at Fredericktown High School, Perry told Rolling Stone magazine,
“We had classes on giving birth to cows and driving tractors.” After sticking it out until graduation,
Perry left Fredericktown for Hollywood in 1984.
Luke Perry arrived in Hollywood in 1984, where he worked a string of odd jobs—from paving asphalt
to peddling shoes—in order to pay for acting classes. After three years of auditioning and 216
rejections, Perry got his first break in 1987, landing the role of Ned Bates in the daytime TV drama
Loving. The role required him to move to New York City. In 1988, he scored another dramatic role in
New York, on the soap opera Another World. Just a year later, Perry landed the part that catapulted
him to stardom, when he was cast in Aaron Spelling’s teen drama series, Beverly Hills 90210. Perry
had auditioned for the role of the jock, Steve Sanders, but was chosen to play bad boy Dylan McKay
instead. Beverly Hills 90210 creator Darren Star told Rolling Stone magazine, “When Luke walked into
the audition, it was like ‘Wow, that’s the person.’” In 1990, Perry returned to Los Angeles to start
shooting 90210. With Perry on board, Fox Network’s ratings soared, largely due to his overwhelming
appeal as a teen heartthrob. The media commonly compared him to actor James Dean, who had also
been known for his brooding good looks, his cool demeanor and his role as a rebellious but inwardly
tormented teen. Perry was even granted the privilege of directing two episodes during the 1999
season. 90210 ran for 10 years and aired its last episode on May 17, 2000, after which Perry took on
his first big-screen role, as Ray Ray in Scorchers. Perry continued to pursue his film career with a
supporting role in the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie (2002). At the same time, he embarked
on what would prove to be a long stream of TV voiceovers and guest appearances.
Perhaps most notable was his role as Rev. Jeremiah Cloutier on 10 episodes of HBO’s Oz (2001–
2002). Working prolifically, Perry also took a successful stab at theater; in 2002 he made his
Broadway debut dressed in drag as Brad in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In 2006, Perry returned
to network TV full time, starring in the NBC drama Windfall, but the show only lasted a season. Perry
quickly returned to film, and resumed his TV guest appearances, including a nine-episode spot on
FCU: Fact Checkers Unit. In 2008, he turned down the chance to star in a spin-off of Beverly Hills
90210, but reunited with his former costar Jason Priestly when the two appeared in the 2011 TV
western Goodnight for Justice.
Perry’s recent major film projects include the 2010 comedy Good Intentions. In a January 2011
interview with Creators Syndicate, he expressed a desire to return to an ongoing TV series role. Perry
was also cited by local media in April of 2011, after he joined fellow parents in protesting budget cuts
to teachers’ salaries at his children’s middle school in Sherman Oaks, California.

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