Born Richard Klein on the 29th April 1944 in Queens, New York USA, Richard is an actor and director, possibly still best known to the world as Larry Dallas in the TV series “Three’s Company” (1977-1984), among many other differing appearances. His career started in the early ‘70s.
Have you ever wondered how rich Richard Kline is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Kline’s net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry. Apart from film and television roles, Richard has featured in several game shows, such as “Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour” (1983-1984), “Body Language” (1985), “The $10,000 Pyramid” (1982-1987), “Super Password” (1984-1987), and “Match Game” (1990), which also improved his wealth.
Richard Kline Net Worth $2 Million
Richard was raised Reformed Jewish. After finishing high school he attended Queens College, and received a Master of Fine Arts degree in theater from Northwestern University. Richard then joined US Army in 1966, and served in the Vietnam War.
Richard’s professional career began in 1971, with his first few performances being in theater, before moving to the screen, being featured in “Chemin de Fer”, then “Death of a Salesman”, and “Love’s Labour’s Lost”. Years later, Richard made his Broadway debut in the musical “City of Angels” (1990).
In 1976 he made his first official screen appearance, in a minor role in the TV series “Serpico”. However, thanks to the previous experience in theater, directors could have spotted his talents, which resulted in a lead role in the TV comedy series “Three’s Company” (1977-1984), next to John Ritter and Joyce DeWitt. The particular role celebrated him as an actor, and increased his wealth to a large degree.
Although he became famous thanks to the show, it wasn’t easy for Richard to land new notable roles. Instead, during the ‘80s he featured only in minor roles in TV series, and occasionally in made-for-television films. These included the portrayal of Andrew Saul in the romantic comedy “Not Just Another Affair” (1982), and Matt in the comedy “Side by Side” (1988), while from 1985 to 1988 he played Richie Gray in nine episodes of the TV comedy series “It’s a Living”. His net worth still grew steadily.
Unfortunately, he just couldn’t break out from one-time appearances and score a notable role, but still made several appearances that are worth mentioning, such as Milton in the action thriller “Hell Hath No Fury” in 1991, and as Charlie in the romantic drama “Liberty Heights” (1999), starring Adrien Brody, Bebe Neuwirth and Joe Mantegna.
Richard started the new millennium with the role of Jeff Beznick in the TV series “Noah Knows Best” (2000), and then portrayed Gene Schwartz in the TV comedy series “Inside Schwartz” (2001-2002).
In 2002 he had a minor role in the romantic drama “Jane White Is Sick & Twisted” (2002), and two years later portrayed Bradley Carchet in the comedy “Karoll’s Christmas”, which further increased his net worth. Until 2013 he didn’t have any notable roles, until he played Bill Hanson in three episodes of the TV crime drama TV series “The Americans” (2013-2016). Most recently, he appeared in the romantic film “Broadcasting Christmas” (2016), as Stanley Morgan. However, his net worth is still being maintained.
Regarding his personal life, Richard has been married to Beverley Osgoode since 2002, who is his third wife. His first wife was Kathleen Doyle, with whom he was married from 1973 until 1980. Two years later he married Sandy Molloy, with whom he has a daughter; the couple divorced in 2002.