|Name:||Richard B. Shull|
|Height:||185 cm (6' 1'')|
|Birth Day:||February 24, 1929|
|Death Date:||October 14, 1999(1999-10-14) (aged 70)
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Birth Place:||Evanston, Illinois, United States|
|#1||Ulysses Homer Shull||Parents||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#2||Zana Marie Shull||Parents||N/A||N/A||N/A|
As per our current Database, Richard B. Shull died on October 14, 1999(1999-10-14) (aged 70)
New York City, New York, U.S..
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His television appearances included Love, American Style in episode "Love and the Locksmith", Ironside "Once More for Joey" aired 1974, Good Times "The Visitor", The Rockford Files "The Great Blue Lake", Alice "Flo's Chili Reception", Diana co star, Lou Grant episode "Samaratan", Hart to Hart, and Holmes & Yo-Yo starred as a police detective, as well as numerous television movies. He also appeared as the judge in a music video, "Keeping the Faith" (1984), by Billy Joel. In 1963 Richard became a member of the historical theater club, The Lambs, served on its council and remained a member until his death.
He got his first big break as an actor when he was cast in Minnie's Boys in 1970. Additional theatre credits include Goodtime Charley (in which he sang a duet "Merci, Bon Dieu"; and for which he received Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations), Fools, The Front Page, A Flea in Her Ear, and Victor/Victoria.
Shull was an invested member of The Baker Street Irregulars, the literary society dedicated to Sherlock Holmes. He received his investiture "An Actor, and a Rare One," in 1986.
In 1995, Shull co-founded the North American Araucanian Royalist Society (NAARS) with Daniel Paul Morrison. The NAARS studies the Kingdom of Araucania and Patagonia which was founded in 1860 by the Mapuche people of South America. The NAARS devoted a large portion of issue number 10 of their official journal, The Steel Crown, to the life of Shull.
In a 2012 interview, Shull's Holmes & Yo-Yo co-star John Schuck remembered him as "a very funny actor and a unique man," adding that Shull "lived in the ’40s. He bought ’40s clothing, he only used pen and ink, he had his own railroad car which he would attach to trains and travel around the country. He had a 1949 Chevrolet car. I mean, he truly lived in the past. Quite remarkable."
Currently, Richard B. Shull is 92 years, 6 months and 25 days old. Richard B. Shull will celebrate 93rd birthday on a Thursday 24th of February 2022.
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