Lee Richardson

Highest Rated: 92% Network (1976)
Birthday: Sep 11, 1926
Birthplace: Not Available
Chicago-born Lee Richardson was a nondescript but extremely busy character actor. His stock-in-trade was well-heeled authority, in such films as Brubaker (1980), Prizzi's Honor (1985; as Dominic Prizzi) and Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987). The longest lasting of his many TV assignments was the role of Captain Jim Swanson on the CBS daytime drama The Guiding Light. One of Lee Richardson's most widely seen films was one in which he was seen not once: Richardson was the offscreen narrator of the 1976 media satire Network.

Highest Rated Movies



88% Truman Franklin Roosevelt 1995
No Score Yet Skylark Chub 1993
57% The Cemetery Club Actor 1993
23% A Stranger Among Us Rebbe 1992
No Score Yet With Murder in Mind John Condon 1992
56% The Exorcist III University President 1990
87% Q & A Leo Bloomenfeld 1990
27% The Fly II Anton Bartok 1989
No Score Yet Tiger Warsaw Michael Warsaw 1988
No Score Yet Laura Lansing Slept Here Larry Baumgartner 1988
31% The Believers Dennis Maslow 1987
No Score Yet Sweet Lorraine Sam 1987
29% Amazing Grace and Chuck Jeffries 1987
88% Prizzi's Honor Dominic Prizzi 1985
No Score Yet Doubletake Jim Hart 1985
No Score Yet I Am the Cheese Grey 1983
43% Daniel Jack Fein 1983
91% Prince of the City Sam Heinsdorff 1981
75% Brubaker Warden Renfrew 1980
92% Network Narrator 1976
No Score Yet Middle of the Night Joey, Lockman's Son 1959


No Score Yet Law & Order
Le Claire Mike Le Claire
  • 1991