John Ducey discovered acting while attending Harvard University, as a diversion from
his engineering and pre-med studies. He performed in over 20 plays, including the well-known
"Hasty Pudding Theatricals." After graduating from Harvard, Ducey eschewed the bright lights
of medical school to pursue an acting career and has been working steadily ever since.
His first job on television was a recurring role in NBC's short-lived drama series, "Against
the Grain," starring then-newcomer Ben Affleck. He has guest-starred in numerous television series,
including "Wings," "Party of Five," "Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place" and "Frasier," among others.
He has also appeared in the feature films, "Deep Impact" and "High School High"; and worked extensively
with Michael Jordan on "Space Jam."