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Who is Paul Richards?
American actor, Paul Richards was born on November 23, 1924 in Hollywood, California in the United States of America.
Richards graduated from UCLA with a master’s in drama and from the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in psychology.
The Theatre Wing in New York gave him more opportunities to perform. He appeared in films and on television in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
Paul Richards nationality
Richards was born in Hollywood, California in the United States of America. He was an American.
Paul Richards age
Richards was born on November 23, 1924, hence he was 50 years of age at the time of his death.
Paul Richards death
Richards died on December 10, 1974 of cancer. He was entombed in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery.
Paul Richards net worth
Richards had a net worth estimated to be about $5 million.
Paul Richards height and weight
We have no details about Richards’ body measurement.
Paul Richards education
Richards attended the University of California in Los Angeles.
Paul Richards career & movies
In western television shows such The Rifleman, Have Gun-Will Travel, Highway Patrol (1956), Zorro, Johnny Ringo, The Rebel, Zane Grey Theatre, Black Saddle, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, The Untouchables, Trackdown, Rawhide, The Virginian, The Loner, and The Guns of Will Sonnett, Richards appeared as a guest star.
Four times on Gunsmoke, Richards gave performances. He plays a nearsighted gunfighter who outdraws and nearly kills Matt Dillon in the 1955 premiere of the series, “Matt Gets It.”
In “Mr. and Mrs. Amber” the next year, he played a poor, helpless homesteader who is harassed by his wealthy, self-righteous brother-in-law. In episodes from 1958 and 1968, he made his other two Gunsmoke appearances.
Additionally, he had roles in the syndicated television shows The Silent Service and Sheriff of Cochise. He appeared as a guest on Kenneth Tobey’s syndicated aviation adventure series Whirlybirds.
He shared the screen alongside Mark Roberts and Stephen Dunne on The Brothers Brannagan. He appeared as a guest on Dragnet and Straightaway.
Richards portrayed Phil Baurch in the 1955 episode “The Big Bird,” who burglarized people’s houses after being hired to do yard work.
He played Louis “Louie” Kassoff in the five-part episode “Louie K” of The Lawless Years with James Gregory in 1959.
He played Vance Caldwell on Rawhide’s “The Boss’s Daughters” in 1962. He appeared as Dr. Max Richter in the Death Valley Days episode “Bloodline” in 1962 as well.
In the medical drama Breaking Point, which ran from 1963 to 1964, he played Dr. McKinley Thompson. He made an appearance in The Reporter’s “Murder by Scandal” episode from 1964.
He had an appearance in The Fugitive’s “A.P.B.” episode from 1964. Later, he made a bad lawyer appearance in Hawaii Five-O’s “Twenty-four Karat Kill” episode from 1968.
Richards appeared in three episodes of The Mod Squad between 1969 and 1972, as well as in the 1960s and 1970s episodes of Burke’s Law, I Spy, Mannix, Banacek, McMillan, and Wife.
Richards mainly acted in dramas, although he also made appearances in comedies, including “The Town Tamer” from Tim Conway’s 1967 western sitcom Rango and “Ironhands” from a 1969 episode of Get Smart.
In the 1970 science fiction movie Beneath the Planet of the Apes, he played the mutant commander Mendez. In the sequel to 20th Century Fox’s biblical epic The Robe, Demetrius and the Gladiators, he played a prisoner in one of his little cinema parts.
Richards performed advertisements for a variety of Pontiac vehicles, notably the GTO and Firebird, for the company’s Pontiac Division for a number of years.
In 1965, he served as the face of Braniff Airways in its illustrious End of the Plain Plane television campaign. He served as American Express’s commercial spokesperson in the early 1970s.
Paul Richards family and siblings
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Paul Richards children
Richards was married to Monica Keatings.
Paul Richards children
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Paul Richards social media
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