Richard Jay Belzer was an American actor, stand-up comedian, and author. Belzer attended Dean College, then known as Dean Junior College, in Franklin, Massachusetts, but was expelled. Belzer worked in a variety of jobs, including sales and census taking.
Belzer became an occasional film actor in the late 1970s and early 1980s. A younger Richard Belzer can be seen in a short skit on Sesame Street in a season 9 episode in 1978 when two young men attempt a picnic and boat ride only to be foiled by a dog who eats their food.
Belzer is best known for his minor roles in Fame, Café Flesh, Night Shift, and Scarface. Belzer appeared in the music videos “Taken In” by Mike + The Mechanics, “Le Bel Age” by Pat Benatar, and “Can’t Cry Anymore” by Kansas. In A Very Brady Sequel, he played an LAPD detective.
Richard Belzer’s Net Worth At Time Of Death
Richard Belzer had an estimated net worth of $16 million at the time of death.