Peter Mark Richman

Peter Mark Richman

Highest Rated: 88% Friendly Persuasion (1956)

Lowest Rated: 8% Friday the 13th Part VIII - Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)

Birthday: Apr 16, 1927

Birthplace: Not Available

One of four children of a South Philadelphia contractor/paperhanger, Peter Mark Richman excelled in sports and the arts while attending high school. After war service, Richman played semipro football, then attended the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science before finally settling on acting as a vocation. After stock experience, Richman was cast in such New York productions as End As a Man, The Rainmaker, A Hatful of Rain, and The Zoo Story. His first film appearance was in 1956's Friendly Persuasion, as the boyfriend of ingénue Phyllis Love. Though he had the looks and bearing of a romantic lead, Richman considered himself a journeyman character actor until he was cast as the hard-hitting lawyer hero of the 1961 racket-busting TV series Cain's Hundred, in which he was billed as plain Mark Richman. Since that time, Peter Mark Richman (as he is now billed) has been a regular on the weekly shows Longstreet and Dynasty, and a reliable white-collar villain in many another television series and theatrical-movie releases.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet After the Wizard Charles Samuel Williams 2012
No Score Yet Mysteria Actor 2011
33% Poolhall Junkies Phillip Stein $0.6M 2002
57% The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear Dunwell 1991
8% Friday the 13th Part VIII - Jason Takes Manhattan Charles 1989
No Score Yet Bonanza: The Next Generation Actor 1988
No Score Yet City Killer Actor 1984
No Score Yet PSI Factor Actor 1980
No Score Yet Nightmare at 43 Hillcrest Actor 1974
No Score Yet Yuma Actor 1971
No Score Yet McCloud: Who Killed Miss U.S.A.? (Portrait of a Dead Girl ) Actor 1970
No Score Yet Agent for H.A.R.M. Adam Chance 1966
20% The Black Orchid Noble 1958
No Score Yet The Strange One Cadet Col. Corger 1957
88% Friendly Persuasion Gard Jordan 1956
No Score Yet The Desperate Actor

TV

Credit
No Score Yet Beverly Hills, 90210
1990-2000
Larry Carson Lawrence Carson Carson 1994
1993
1991
89% Star Trek: The Next Generation
1987-1994
Ralph 1988
No Score Yet Too Close for Comfort
1980-1987
Oceanographer 1986
No Score Yet Knight Rider
1982-1986
Dr. Bergstrom Arms Dealer 1985
1984
1983
1982
No Score Yet Dynasty
1981-1989
Andrew Laird 1983
1982
1981
No Score Yet The Incredible Hulk
1978-1982
Jordan 1981
No Score Yet Charlie's Angels
1976-1981
Atamien 1979
No Score Yet Starsky & Hutch
1975-1979
Schiller 1979
No Score Yet Three's Company
1977-1984
Rev. Snow Reverend Snow 1979
1978
No Score Yet Dallas
1978-1991
Maynard 1978
100% Wonder Woman (1976)
1975-1979
Dr. Crippin 1978
No Score Yet Quincy, M.E.
1976-1983
Kingman 1977
No Score Yet The Bionic Woman
1976-1978
Dubnov 1977
No Score Yet Ironside
1967-1975
Parker Frazier 1974
1967
No Score Yet Marcus Welby, M.D.
1969-1976
1973
No Score Yet The Streets of San Francisco
1972-1977
Bondini 1973
1972
No Score Yet Mission: Impossible
1966-1973
Dr. Paul Tabor Gen. Stefano Aragas 1970
No Score Yet It Takes a Thief
1968-1970
Kovacks Veitch 1969
1968
No Score Yet Bonanza
1959-1973
Vardeman 1968
100% The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
1964-1968
Webb 1968
No Score Yet The Fugitive
1963-1967
Johnny Steel 1966
1964
No Score Yet The Wild Wild West
1965-1969
Prince Gio 1965
80% The Twilight Zone
1959-1964
Trooper Robert Franklin 1964
No Score Yet Rawhide
1959-1965
Mastic 1963
1959
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Mike Policeman 1960
1958

QUOTES FROM Peter Mark Richman CHARACTERS

Julius Gaw says: I say we regroup, and find this motherfu*ker before he finds us. Now who's with me?

Charles McCullough says: Watch your mouth, young man! And you'll do no such thing. I'M in charge here!

Julius Gaw says: School...IS OUT, McCulloch! Okay?

Julius Gaw says: School is out, McCulloch! Okay?

Deck Hand says: You're all gonna die...you're the last ones...he's come back for you.

Deck Hand says: You're all gonna die. You're the last ones. He's come back for you.

Charles McCullough says: What are you talking about?

Deck Hand says: Jason Voorhees.

Charles McCullough says: You're insane. Jason Voorhees has been dead for years.

Deck Hand says: He came up the river and he's gotten on board...he walks this ship here and now.

Charles McCullough says: Yeah, a killer walks this ship all right...and it's certainly none of us! [pulls out a knife]

Deck Hand says: You're the one who's insane.

Charles McCullough says: Are you girls using drugs?

Eva Watanabe says: Do you think I would use drugs, Mr. McCulloch? We were just exploring the ship.

Colleen Van Deusen says: Hello Charles.

Charles McCullough says: Colleen. You know, this cruise was your idea, so at the very least you can show up on time.

Colleen Van Deusen says: Has everyone checked in?

Charles McCullough says: No. Jim Miller and Suzie Donaldson never showed up, and I'm more than a little concerned.

Colleen Van Deusen says: Well, don't be. They probably decided to explore each other rather than New York.

Charles McCullough says: (disgusted) - Oh, that's nice.

Charles McCullough says: Senior predictions started five minutes ago and Rennie isn't there.

Wayne Webber says: Maybe some of us don't want our futures predicted.

Charles McCullough says: In your case I'm sure that's true.

Charles McCullough says: The first order of business is to find Julius.

Irish Cop says: Oh I'm sure he'll just pop up somewhere.

Charles McCullough says: Walking corpses are not real.

Charles McCullough says: Facing your fear doesn't always conquer it.

Tamara Mason says: (unrobed, reveling a drawing on her body) - Take a closer look, Charles. I want to make sure I labeled all my organs correctly.

Charles McCullough says: Get off of me! I don't believe this...What do you think you're doing? I'm your teacher.

Charles McCullough says: Get off of me! I don't believe this. What do you think you're doing? I'm your teacher.