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Richard Kline roles
|Movie / Series||Role|
|Beverly Hills Ninja||Driver|
|I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry||Mr. Auerbach|
|Problem Child||Additional Voice (voice)|
|Saving Silverman||Acrobat Announcer (voice) (uncredited)|
|Jack and Jill||Theatergoer #1|
|Love, Weddings & Other Disasters||Steve|
|Gilmore Girls||Miles Hahn 1 episode, 2002|
|CHiPs||Richard Kline (uncredited) unknown episodes|
|Blue Bloods||Judge Angioli 3 episodes, 2013-2020|
|Family Matters||Mr. Fleming 1 episode, 1995|
|Step by Step||Mr. Sloan 1 episode, 1995|
|Mary Tyler Moore||Prosecutor 1 episode, 1976|
|ER||Arnie Nadler - Risk Assessment Expert 1 episode, 2004|
|One Day at a Time||Roger Buckley 1 episode, 1981|
|St. Elsewhere||Michael Gold 1 episode, 1987|
|Sabrina the Teenage Witch||Jim-Thom 1 episode, 2000|
|Columbo||Louis 'Lou' Cates 1 episode, 1994|
|The Americans||Bill Hanson 3 episodes, 2013-2016|
|Murder, She Wrote||Larry Kinkaid 1 episode, 1986|
|Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour||Self - Panelist 25 episodes, 1983-1984|
|The Ropers||Larry Dallas 1 episode, 1979|
|Silver Spoons||Danny 'Slick' Langford 1 episode, 1987|
|That '70s Show||Ted 1 episode, 1999|
|For Your Love||Rupert Martin 1 episode, 1999|
|The Love Boat||Arthur Smalley / ... 4 episodes, 1979-1984|
|It's a Living||Richie Gray 9 episodes, 1985-1988|
|The Nanny||Richard Kline 1 episode, 1997|
|The Bold and the Beautiful||Dr. Mark Benson 12 episodes, 1996|
|Simon & Simon||Vic Jarvis 1 episode, 1988|
|Fantasy Island||Dennis Payne 1 episode, 1983|
|The Daily Show||Self 1 episode, 1997|
|Three's Company||Larry Dallas 131 episodes, 1977-1984|
|Matlock||Charlie Bonham 1 episode, 1988|
|Harry and the Hendersons||Director|
|Harry and the Hendersons||Peter Newton 3 episodes, 1992-1993|
|Father Dowling Mysteries||Harold Berman 1 episode, 1991|
|L.A. Law||Mr. Pembrook 1 episode, 1994|
Richard Kline – Actor and Director Extraordinaire
Richard Kline is a well known American actor and director who has made his mark in the entertainment industry with his incredible talent. Born in New York City, he graduated from Northwestern University with an MFA in Theater, which marked the beginning of his glorious career in showbiz that spans five decades. Today, he has a net worth of $3 million dollars, according to The Richest, a leading online magazine that reports celebrities’ net worths.
Early Life and Education
Richard Kline was born in New York City. He grew up loving performing arts and frequently participated in local theater competitions. After completing undergraduate studies, he enrolled at Northwestern University, where he honed his craft with an MFA degree in Theater.
Career in the Entertainment Industry
Richard Kline’s added remarkable value to the American entertainment industry, proving his versatility by acting across multiple genres, including theater, cinema, and television. He got his start in the world of theater in the early 70s, appearing in Lincoln Center productions. Throughout the decade, he also starred in various regional theater showings with incredible success.
Hit sitcoms like ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’, ‘Maude’, and ‘Hill Street Blues,’ soon followed, with guest-star appearances that earned him instant popularity. However, his breakthrough role is the ever-so-memorable portrayal of Larry Dallas on ABC’s American sitcom, ‘Three’s Company’ (1977-1984), setting him on a path to stardom. He continued the role through the show’s spin-offs –‘Three’s a Crowd’ and ‘The Ropers,’ widening his fan-base and adding exponentially to his net worth.
For over five decades, Richard Kline has appeared in multiple national and international hit television shows, popular movies, and magnificent theater productions. He is renowned for his contribution to the world of entertainment, particularly in theater and television.
Richard’s vast experience performing on Broadway productions speaks volumes about his theatrical prowess. Among the notable Broadway performances are ‘City of Angels’ and the National Tour of ‘Wicked.’ Also deserving of mention are his many critical and audience-acclaimed performances on prime-time TVs and films, such as ‘NYPD Blue’, ‘Family Matters’, ‘That ’70s Show’, ‘Judging Amy’, and many more.
In 2003, he won the prestigious New York City Backstage Bistro Award as a director. His remarkable achievements made him eligible for induction into Northwestern University’s National Theatre Hall of Fame in 2009.
Richard Kline’s illustrious career in showbiz is a testament to his creative spirit, determination, dedication, and devotion is undoubtedly an inspiration to many aspiring actors and directors worldwide. He has provided remarkable service to the entertainment industry through his exhaustive experience in theater, TV shows, and films. Today, he continues to be a significant influence engaging his fans with his amazing filmography.
Interesting Facts about Richard Kline
- Father, with Sandy Molloy, of daughter Colby Kline.
- Was once struck by lightning, while he was doing military service in Vietnam.
- Has a Masters of Fine Arts degree in theater from Northwestern University
- He coaches actors including Marilyn Ghigliotti.
- Graduated from Queens College in New York City.
- Doing theatre productions for the New Theater in Kansas City, Kansas. He is currently starring in the production "The Foreigner". [December 2004]
- Currently portraying "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" in the national tour of "Wicked" [December 2009]
- Teaching a course on acting in comedy at the Middlesex County College in Edison, New Jersey. [June 2009]
- Is not related, in any form, to actors Kevin Kline or Robert Klein.
- The only actor other than John Ritter to play the same character in all three programs: Three's Company, The Ropers and Three's a Crowd.