He acted in Cy Coleman's musical, "I Love My Wife," at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, England with Liz Robertson, Ben Cross, and Deborah Fallender in the cast. Gene Saks was director.
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When I decided to become an actor, it wasn't actually to make money or to make a living. I wanted to be an actor because I wanted to act. I've always had this desire to communicate a great kind of beauty to other people, like a vicar or priest does, to transport people to the world where I live. I just appreciate living on earth at an artistic level. There's a great deal of satisfaction in living...
Richard's paternal grandmother, Mary Mitchell, was born in Burma, to a white father, Thomas Mitchell, and a Burmese (Asian) mother, Ma Ninhe.
A dry sense of humor.