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Richard Belzer Facts:
Richard Belzer height: 6 feet & 1 inch
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 70 years (August 4, 1944)

Richard Belzer is a celebrated name in Hollywood. Currently 70, he is an expert stand- up comedian cum actor, who has as well branched out as a successful author. Lanky build Richard has though not announced about his professional retirement; he has been making quite a low on- screen appearances due to his growing age. His height is reported to be precise 6 feet & 1 inch, quite impressive comparatively. Other body statistics, including height is yet to be mentioned over internet pages.

Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States born Richard Belzer celebrated his birthday each year on 4th of August. His parents, Charles Belzer & Francis Belzer welcomed him into this world in the year 1944. All through the early days, his mother was scheduled with her daily domestics, while his father worked as a candy & tobacco retailer. Grown up in a Jewish household, Richard earned his graduation degree from the Fairfield Warde High School. He then, went to the Dean College, in Franklin, Massachusetts, nonetheless was expelled. The college was then recognized as the Dean Junior College. Also known as “The Blez”, the actor now lives with his third spouse, Harlee McBribe, since 1985. Previously he was wedded to Gail Susan Ross (1966- 1972) & Dalia Danoch (1976- 1978).

Following his divorce with Gail Susan Ross (m. 1966- 1972), his first wife, Richard Belzer moved to the NY’s New York City, lived with Shalley Ackerman, singer & started working as a slapstick comic at Catch a Rising Star, The Improve & Pips. He made his participation in the comedy group of Channel One that satirized TV & became the base for “The Groove Tube”, a popular cult film, in which he portrayed the so- star of “The Dealers”, the ersatz television show. Throughout the late of 70s & 80s, he came out as an occasional movie actor, distinguished for small parts in “Scarface”, “Night Shift”, “Café Flesh” & “Fame”. He as well appeared in different music videos & played a LAPD detective in “A Very Brady Sequel”. Furthermore to his career in film, Richard worked as a co- host cum host of numbers of radio shows, including “Brink & Belzer”. Behind Randi Rhodes’ departure from the Air American Radio, the actor served as the guest- host of the afternoon show on the network.

As for Richard Belzer’s television career, he has made his appearances on numbers of sitcoms to date. As a reporter & news anchor, he was seen in “The Flash” & emerged on numerous episodes of “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman”, playing Inspector William Henderson. His other noted roles were in the TV shows such as “Law & Order”, “The Beat”, “Homicide: Life on the Street”, “Sesame Street” & so forth. The actor has even voiced Loogie, the character in the animated series “South Park”. As a writer, Richard, to date has released books such as “How to Be a Stand- Up Comic”, “I Am Not a Cop!”, “Dead Wrong: Straight Facts on the Country’s Most Controversial Cover- ups”, & “I Am Not a Psychic!”, among others.