Larry Bagby was the American actor who portrayed Larry Blaisdell as well as his Wishverse counterpart in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Biography Edit

Bagby was born Lawrence Bagby III in Marysville, California. His father was a member of a dance band. Bagby's most notable roles included:

  • Frank Ellis, Young and the Restless
  • Adam Pendon, Believe The Movie
  • Marshall Grant (upright bass player), Walk the Line
  • Pvt. Shirley "Hickey" Kendrick, Saints and Soldiers

Bagby also had featured appearances on television shows including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cold Case, Malcolm in the Middle and JAG. As a child, he acted in Airborne and Hocus Pocus.

From 1994 to 1996, Bagby served in the Argentina Córdoba Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 2005, Bagby released his first album entitled Where I Stand, followed by his 2007 EP On The Radio which includes "Counting My Lucky Stars" featured on a TV episode of Cold Case. Bagby has performed and toured with WS Holland, Rodney Blake Powell, and Lisa Horngren of The Tennessee Three.

Personal lifeEdit

Even though portraying Larry Blaidell, a homosexual, Larry Bagby's personal beliefs were that God intended a man and a woman to be together however he did not frown upon Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual people.


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