Peter Mark Richman, actor, has died aged 93.
Richman died Thursday in Woodland Hills, Calif., Of natural causes, according to a news release.
Richman is best known for his role as Charles McCullough in the 1989 film “Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan”, as well as his starring role in “Agent for HARM”. Notably, he also appeared in “Three’s Company” as Suzanne Somers’ father, Reverand Chrissy Snow.
“Funny is music,” Somers shared in a statement with Fox News. “Peter, Mark, Richmond and I have understood music since we first appeared together in Three’s Company. He knew his ̵6;stuff’. Termark Richmond “
Richman was born in Philadelphia, PA. Richman graduated from the School of Pharmacy. But eventually turned into acting, first appearing in the movies “Suspense” and on Broadway in 1974. Fri 1953 in the play End as a Man
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From 1961 to 1962, he also starred in his own television show, “Cain’s Hundred,” which follows an ambitious lawyer who strives to bring criminals to justice.
With the release, Richman has made “over 500 TV guest stars” in such well-known shows as “The Twilight Zone,” “Murder, She Wrote” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, as well as starring in “Dynasty. IMDb credits him with a total of 159 acting roles.
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He will appear on Broadway two more times as well in A Hatful of Rain and Masquerade.
The actor wrote the play “4 Faces,” which was adapted for the screen in 1999. He is also a writer for the screenplay.
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He is also known for writing the play “A Medal for Murray” and several books including “Hollander’s Deal” and “The Rebirth of Ira Masters”.
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Richman is survived by his wife, 67, Helen Richman, and five other children, Howard, Kelly, Lucas, Orian and Roger, as well as six grandchildren.
Fox News’ Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.