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Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Richard Belze

Belzer was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the son of Frances and Charles Belzer, a tobacco and candy retailer. (Source: en.wikipedia.org )

The Real Reason Richard Belzer Left Law and Order: Svu

It may surprise you to know, but as NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" has finally begun airing its 23rd run of episodes on the network, it's already earned the title of longest-running live-action primetime drama in television history (per Deadline). At 502-episodes and counting, the run of "SVU" might be even more impressive than "The Simpsons," when you consider that it's also a spin-off series that has continued the legacy of a beloved show — the original "Law & Order" — that was on the air for 20 seasons itself. (Source: www.looper.com)

Richard Belzer Books

Books By Richard Belzer (Source: www.thriftbooks.com)

List of 53 Richard Belzer Movies, Ranked Best to Worst

Renowned for playing John Munch in ‘Homicide: Life on the Street,’ the police procedural television series and in ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,’ the crime drama television series, Richard Belzer started his career as a stand-up comic at Pips, Catch a Rising Star and The Improv. During the late 1970s and early 1980s he also starred as an occasional actor in films. He is renowned for playing roles in ‘Night Shift,’ the comedy film, ‘Fame,’ the teen musical drama film, ‘Scarface,’ the crime film and ‘Cafe Flesh,’ the post-apocalyptic cult pornographic science fiction film. He has appeared on various television shows and series, including ‘The Flash,’ where he appeared as a news reporter and anchor, and ‘Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,’ the television series where portrayed Inspector William Henderson. Some of his other popular film credits include, ‘The Groove Tube,’ ‘Santorini Blue,’ ‘Night Shift,’ ‘The Wrong Guys,’ ‘Get on the Bus,’ ‘Fletch Lives,’ etc. (Source: www.throughtheclutter.com)

Juf : Tweens : Celebrities : Richard Belzer

In most cases, the comic’s move is from stand-ups to sit-coms. Not so for “The Belz,” as he is known. Richard went from being one of stand-up comedy’s best to having one of the longest-running dramatic characters in TV history: Detective John Munch. (Source: www.juf.org)

Here's What Richard Belzer Has Been Doing Since Leaving Law and Order: Svu

Having started his career as a stand-up comedian, Richard Belzer first made a name for himself as "Saturday Night Live"s first-ever warm-up act before shows (via AARP). He would soon become known as one of New York's "most acerbic and hilarious voices," and would utilize this moniker to establish a pretty hefty film and television career. (Source: www.thelist.com)

Richard Starred Opposite Robert De Niro in One Last Film Before Leaving the Industry Completely

Belzer starred in one last film before leaving the industry altogether, starring opposite Robert De Niro, Lesley Mann, Danny DeVito, Edie Falco, and Harvey Keitel in "The Comedian" (via IMDb). (Source: www.thelist.com)

Richard Belze

Belzer was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the son of Frances and Charles Belzer, a tobacco and candy retailer. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

www.imdb.com)Jump to: Overview (4) | Mini Bio (1) | Family (2) | Trade Mark (2) | Trivia (35) | Personal Quotes (9) (Source:

The Real Reason Richard Belzer Left Law and Order: Svu

www.looper.com)It may surprise you to know, but as NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" has finally begun airing its 23rd run of episodes on the network, it's already earned the title of longest-running live-action primetime drama in television history (per Deadline). At 502-episodes and counting, the run of "SVU" might be even more impressive than "The Simpsons," when you consider that it's also a spin-off series that has continued the legacy of a beloved show — the original "Law & Order" — that was on the air for 20 seasons itself. (Source:

 

 

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