Richard Mulligan American actor

Richard Mulligan is a 67 years old American actor from The Bronx, New York. Richard Mulligan was born on November 13, 1932 (died on September 26, 2000, he was 67 years old) in The Bronx, New York.

Richard Mulligan

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Biography

Richard Mulligan was an American television and film actor best known for his role as Burt Campbell in the 1970s sitcom Soap and later as Dr. Harry Weston on The Golden Girls and its spin-off Empty Nest.
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Is Richard Mulligan still alive?

No, he died on 09/26/2000, 22 years ago. He was 67 years old when he died. Cause of death: colorectal cancer. He died in Los Angeles

Family

Wives

Richard Mulligan had two marriages.

Joan Hackett

Joan Hackett, American actor

He married with Joan Hackett (49), in 1966. Richard Mulligan was 33 and Joan Hackett was 31 years old. After 7 years, they break up in 1973.

Rachel Ryan

Rachel Ryan, American Adult Movie Actor

Mulligan married with Rachel Ryan (58), in 1992. Richard Mulligan was 59 and Rachel Ryan was 30 years old. They ended their 1 year marriage in 1993.

Richard Mulligan net worth

He had a net worth of 8 million dollars.

Works

Richard Mulligan Movies (30)

There are 30 movies of Richard Mulligan.

His first feature film was Oliver & Company (1988, as Einstein (voice)). He was 56 when he starred in this movie. Since 1988, he has appeared in 30 feature films. The last one is London Suite (1996). In this movie, we watched him in the Dennis Cummings character .

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Richard Mulligan movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

Richard Mulligan TV Shows (30)

His first TV Show was Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951).

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Awards (1)

Awarded Theatre World Award in 1965 .

Education

He graduated from Columbia University

What was Richard's zodiac sign?

Richard Mulligan zodiac sign was scorpio.

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