Richard Belzer wiki, bio, age, glasses, interview, married, wife
Richard Belzer is a comedy actor and author of 71 years of age, who has been active since 1972. Belzer is American by nationality, and his signature look is the one with black sunglasses. He gathered some shocking reviews in 2012 for making inappropriate jokes during an interview on Fox 5 where he also did a Nazi salute. His 3rd wife is Harlee McBride with whom he has been married since 1985, and he was earlier married and divorced from Gail Susan Ross (1966 to 1972) and Dalia Danoch (1976 to 1978). He has about 160 thousand followers on Twitter. Let's take a short look into his bio.
Despite some controversy surrounding him because of his remarks, Belzer has had immense success as a media celebrity. His career had its first highlights as a stand-up comedian, appearing on TV shows like The Dealers and Saturday Night Live, and as an opener for Warren Zevon's music tour in support of his album Excitable Boy. We will list down his film and TV credits below, but it must also be noted that he was involved in the radio shows like National Lampoon Radio Hour, Brink and Belzer (WNBC-NYC), The Howard Stern Show, a drive program on WJFK-FM, and an afternoon show on Air America Radio.
Here is a list of films and TV shows to his credit: The Groove Tube (1974), Fame (1980), Cafe Flesh (1982), Author! Author! (1982), Night Shift (1982), Scarface (1983), America (1986), Charlie Barnett's Terms of Enrollment (1986), Flicks (1987), The Wrong Guys (1988), Freeway (1988), The Big Picture (1989), Fletch Lives (1989), The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990), The Flash II: Revenge of the Trickster (1991), Missing Pieces (1991), Off and Running (1991), Flash III: Deadly Nightshade (1992), Mad Dog and Glory (1993), Dangerous Game (1993), North (1994), The Puppet Masters (1994), Not of This Earth (1995), Girl 6 (1996), A Very Brady Sequel (1996), Get on the Bus (1996), The Bar Channel (1998), Species II (1998), Jump (1999), Copy That (2006), BelzerVizion (2007), Polish Bar (2009), Santorini Blue (2010), Saturday Night Live (1975 to 1980), Sesame Street (1978), Moonlight (1985), Miami Vice (1986), Tattingers (1989), The Flash (1990 to 1991), Monsters (1991), Human Target (1992), Homicide: Life on the Street (1993 to 1999), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994), Nurses (1994), Bandit: Bandit Bandit (1994), Hart to Hart: Crimes of the Hart (1994), Prince for a Day (1995), The Invaders (1995), Pursuits (1996), Law & Order (1996 to 2000), The X-Files (1997), Richard Belzer: Another Lone Nut (1997), E! True Hollywood Story (1997 to 1998), Elmopalooza (1998), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 to 2016), Homicide: The Movie (2000), The Beat (2000), South Park (2000), 3rd Rock from the Sun (2000), Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005), Arrested Development (2006), The Wire (2008), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2009), Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers (2009), America Declassified (2013), and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015).
His books are: UFOs, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don't Have to be Crazy to Believe, How to Be a Stand-Up Comic, I Am Not a Cop!, I Am Not a Psychic!, Dead Wrong: Straight Facts on the Country's Most Controversial Cover-Ups, Hit List: An In-Depth Investigation into the Mysterious Deaths of Witnesses to the JFK Assassination, and Someone is Hiding Something: What Happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?.
You can also find his information through IMDB, or follow him on social media sites of NBC for further updates about him. Presidential candidate Donald Trump recently called him "a stone cold loser," and that gives us some idea about the beef he holds with others.