Allan Rich Death – Dead – Obituary : Actor Who Overcame the Blacklist, Dies at 94.
Actor Allan Rich, known for star turns in “Serpico,” “Quiz Show” and many other movies and television shows, as well as for being blacklisted for championing a Black man’s civil rights, has died. He was 94., according to a statement posted online on Aug. 24, 2020 by the New York Daily News.
Who is Allan Rich ?
Allan Rich (born Benjamin Norman Schultz; was an American character actor, author, acting coach and activist.
Rich began his acting career when he was 9 years old. He appeared in the Broadway productions I’ll Take the High Road (1943), Career Angel (1944), Darkness at Noon (1951), and The Emperor’s Clothes (1953). In 1948, Rich played the title role in a production of Ben Jonson’s Volpone in Yellow Springs, Ohio. According to his profile on Wikipidia.
Cause of Death.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Allan Rich was a gentleman and a mensch – along with being an extraordinary actor. https://t.co/4Nhju2WXpx
— Marci Liroff (@marciliroff) August 25, 2020
We’re sad to hear of the death of #AllanRich (1926–2020) — a familiar face for 50 years in movies like SERPICO (1973) + QUIZ SHOW (1994) + pretty much every TV show in the ’70s and ’80shttps://t.co/uSeUnSi2Q2 pic.twitter.com/JkSzaNbTLR
— Sony Movie Channel (@SonyMovieCh) August 25, 2020
— Jay Bobbin (@JayBobbin1) August 24, 2020
He was a great actor. He starred in a pilot I did almost 30 years ago. Consummate pro. I was too young to appreciate the kindness he was doing me. RIP
— David “74 Days” Poland (@DavidPoland) August 24, 2020
Mark Monkres wrote
RIP Pebbles. You were awesome. Thanks for the memories. Prayers to family and friends.
Lebron Spencer Ropp Jr. wrote
My sincerest prayers and condolences to his family.
Kent Nordland wrote
I also recall him from a couple Barney Miller episodes. Had a great role as a producer of a play trying to settle a dispute between the writer and an actor. “And you! Actor! The man wrote you a nice play.
Dan Squires wrote
He had the b & b files. I like how your dad dismissed him by the tone of his voice when he said, “You’re a real crusader.”
Sue Williams wrote
My deepest condolences to the family and friends and God’s Grace and Mercy Amen RIP