|Celebrated Name:||Richard Kline|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Richard Kline|
|Age:||79 years old|
|Birth Date:||24 April 1944|
|Birth Place:||New York|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||First Wife-Barrie Youngfellow, Second Wife-Sandy Molloy, Present Wife-Beverly Osgoode|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Daughter- Colby Kline|
|Is Richard Kline Gay?:||NO|
|Profession:||Actor and Director|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$4 Million|
|Last Updated:||June 2023|
An American, Richard Kline, is an actor and television director. Richard became famous for his roles in THREE’S COMPANY (1976), JACK AND JILL(2011), and HILLS NINJA(1997). He had been the game show host of two game shows – JUMBLE and TO TELL THE TRUTH.
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Early Life & Biography
He was born on 29th April in Queens, New York, to mother Leah klein.No information about his father. Richard went to Queens College, City University of New York, America, and he completed his graduation from Northwestern University with a master’s in Theatre in the United States. After his graduation, he served as a lieutenant in the Vietnam War as he joined the UNITED STATES ARMY.
He was previously married to Barrie Youngfellow and then Sandy Molloy. Richard then got married to Beverly Osgoode. He has a daughter names Colby Kline who is an actress and a singer. He and his wife live in the West Orange along with their two cats, and his daughter lives in Los Angeles.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 24 April 1944, Richard Kline is 79 years old as of today’s date 4th June 2023. His height is 1.78 m tall, and his weight is 68 kg.
He started his acting career through theatre. Richard made his professional debut in 1971 in the Lincoln Center Repertory Company. Besides an actor, he was an astounding singer as well. His Broadway debut in singing was in a musical, A CITY OF ANGELS.
Richard played the role of Larry Dallas, a playboy neighbor, and a best friend to John Ritter’s Jack Tripper on the T.V. show THREE’S COMPANY. He acted in one hundred and ten episodes of the show from 1977 to 1984. He also appeared as Larry Dallas in the spin-off shows like THE ROPERS and THREES A CROWD. He also had been game show host of two game shows – JUMBLE and TO TELL THE TRUTH.
His pilot from the TO TELL THE TRUTH was aired on the EAST COAST on 3rd September 1990. He subbed for CHARLES NEILSON REILLY on SWEETHEARTS. In 2010 he was cast as the Wizard on WICKED. Later he appeared on IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU in 2011. Then in 2016, he reunited with the cast of THREE’S COMPANY at THE HOLLYWOOD SHOW in Chicago, which was an autograph and memorabilia event, meeting fans and signing autographs. Presently he is on a national tour with the MUSICAL.
Awards & Achievements
In 1974, Richard won 10,000 dollars on a show called THE $10,000 Pyramid as a civilian contestant. He earned immense appreciation and love from the audience by playing the role of Larry Dallas from the THREE’S COMPANY.
Net Worth & Salary of Richard Kline in 2023
As of June 2023, He has a net worth of $4 million. In 1974, Richard won 10,000 dollars on a show called THE $10,000 Pyramid as a civilian contestant. He made this money as an actor and a director of several movies, series, and sitcoms and as a fantastic singer. He earned a considerable fortune by playing the role of Larry Dallas from the T.V. show called THREE’S COMPANY. He became famous in his career, and he was a great actor, and his work can be seen in his T.V. shows.
Richard is an actor and also a director. Some of the roles that he played back in his days were terrific hits, and through those roles, he gained a tremendous love from the audience. Not only as an actor, but the movies that he made involved such fantastic ideas and concepts that procured him fame all over the public.