Peter Mark Richman, identified for a lot of Broadway reveals, movies and TV reveals together with “Three’s Firm” and “Dynasty,” died Thursday of pure causes, Deadline reports. He was 93.
The Philadelphia native is survived by his spouse of 67 years, Helen Richman, in addition to 5 youngsters and a number of other grandchildren.
Richman graced the small display, large display and stage all through his profession, however is maybe finest identified for his recurring position as Reverend Snow on “Three’s Firm,” in addition to “Beverly Hills, 90210” and co-starring roles on “Dynasty” and “Longstreet” within the 1970s.
Nonetheless, he obtained his begin on the stage, in keeping with Deadline, as a member of the Actors Studio and went on to star in “A Hatful of Rain,” “Masquerade” and turned in additional than 400 performances as Jerry in “The Zoo Story.”
He additionally went on to star in his personal NBC present, “Cain’s Hundred” as Nick Cain, Variety reports, and made numerous visitor star appearances through the years on TV reveals like “The Twilight Zone,” “The Outer Limits,” “Homicide, She Wrote,” “Fantasy Island” and “Star Trek: The Subsequent Technology.”
On the massive display, he appeared in motion pictures like “The Black Orchid” with Sophia Loren, “The Unusual One,” “The Bare Gun 2 half of: The Scent of Concern” and “Friday the 13th, Half eight.”