What to Know
- Famous character actor Peter Mark Richman had roles in a whole lot of TV exhibits.
- The pharmacist-turned-actor had recurring roles on ‘Three’s Firm’ and ‘Beverly Hills 90210.’
- He died Thursday of pure causes at his Woodland Hills residence, his publicist mentioned. He was 93.
Peter Mark Richman, a personality actor who appeared in a whole lot of tv episodes and had recurring roles on “Three’s Firm” and “Beverly Hills 90210,” has died.
He was 93.
Richman died Thursday at his dwelling within the Woodland Hills space of Los Angeles of pure causes, publicist Harlan Boll introduced.
Born in Philadelphia, Richman was a pharmacist however turned to appearing. He joined the Actors Studio and in 1953 he starred on stage within the play “Finish as a Man.” He appeared on Broadway in “A Hatful of Rain” and “Masquerade.” He additionally portrayed Jerry in additional than 400 New York performances of Edward Albee’s “The Zoo Story,” Boll mentioned.
His motion pictures included 1958′s “The Black Orchid” with Sophia Loren, “The Unusual One,” “The Bare Gun 2 1/2: The Odor of Worry” and “Friday the thirteenth, Half 8.”
Bu he was finest identified for his TV work, showing in additional than 500 episodes of assorted exhibits over a decades-long profession, from “Bonanza” and “The Fugitive” to ”Star Trek: The Subsequent Era.”
He starred as lawyer Nick Cain within the short-lived Sixties NBC sequence “Cain’s Hundred” and had recurring roles as an legal professional on the Nineteen Eighties hit “Dynasty” and the 1970′s present “Longstreet.”
Within the Seventies and Nineteen Eighties he was Suzanne Somers’ father, the Rev. Luther Snow, on ”Three’s Firm;” appeared as Lawrence Carson in just a few episodes of “Beverly Hills, 90210” and was C.C. Capwell for almost 30 episodes of “Santa Barbara.”
Richman additionally wrote performs, together with the acclaimed “4 Faces,” a novel, brief tales and an autobiography.
In 1990, he obtained the Silver Medallion from the Movement Image & Tv Fund for excellent humanitarian achievement.
Richman is survived by his spouse, Helen, 5 youngsters and 6 grandchildren.