Peter Mark and Helen Richman. Married since 1953, they are the parents of five children.
Peter Mark Richman
Born: 16 April 1927 in Philadelphia, PA
Peter Mark Richman is one busy actor!
Logging in over 500 appearances in different shows and movies, Mr. Richman appeared countless times on The FBI, usually as a villain. He has also appeared on a variety of other shows, ranging from The Twilight Zone and Dallas to Three’s Company, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl and Batman: The Animated Series. Mr. Richman has also appeared in the movies, including The Black Orchid (1958) and Poolhall Junkies (2002),
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mr. Richman trained as a pharmacist at the University of Pennsylvania. He began his acting career at the Actors’ Studio in New York, working on stage.
But acting is only one facet of Mr. Richman’s life. He studied art for seven years at the famous Philadelphia Graphic Sketch Club, and has paintings on exhibit at the Crocker Museum in Sacramento and The University of the State of New York in Albany, NY.
In addition, Mr. Richman is also a writer. He has written the novels Hollander’s Deal and The Rebirth of Ira Masters, as well as screenplays and stage plays. His works draw upon his own rich personal experiences.
Mr. Richman and his wife Helen, who was born in Albany, New York, were married in 1953. They are the parents of five children, including Lucas, musical director and conductor for the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra.
- “The Problem of the Honorable Wife,” 31 October 1965
- “The Death Wind,” 25 December 1966
- “The Predators,” 7 April 1968
- “Breakthrough,” 17 November 1968
- “Return To Power,” 15 February 1970
- “The Natural,” 14 March 1971
- “The Gopher,” 15 October 1972
- “The Animal,” 17 February 1974