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Also Known As: Died: October 14, 1999
Born: Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Profession: actor

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Richard B. Shull was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Shull appeared in such films as the comedy "B.S., I Love You" (1970) with Peter Kastner, the crime feature "The Anderson Tapes" (1971) with Sean Connery and "Klute" (1971). He also appeared in "Hail" (1972), the Strother Martin comedy "Ssssssss" (1973) and "Hail to the Chief" (1973). His film career continued throughout the seventies in productions like "The Fortune" (1975) with Jack Nicholson, "The Big Bus" (1976) with Joseph Bologna and "The Pack" (1977) with Joe Don Baker. He also appeared in the drama "Dreamer" (1978) with Tim Matheson. Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the comedy "Spring Break" (1983) with David Knell, "Unfaithfully Yours" (1984) and the Tom Hanks fantastical comedy "Splash" (1984). He also appeared in the Anne Bancroft comedy "Garbo Talks" (1984) and the fantasy romance "Tune in Tomorrow..." (1990) with Barbara Hershey. Shull was most recently credited in the Michael Rispoli period drama "Two Family House" (2000). Shull was married to Deborah Thomas Shull. Shull passed away in October 1999 at the age of 70.

Richard B. Shull was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Shull appeared in such films as the comedy "B.S., I Love You" (1970) with Peter Kastner, the crime feature "The Anderson Tapes" (1971) with Sean Connery and "Klute" (1971). He also appeared in "Hail" (1972), the Strother Martin comedy "Ssssssss" (1973) and "Hail to the Chief" (1973). His film career continued throughout the seventies in productions like "The Fortune" (1975) with Jack Nicholson, "The Big Bus" (1976) with Joseph Bologna and "The Pack" (1977) with Joe Don Baker. He also appeared in the drama "Dreamer" (1978) with Tim Matheson. Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the comedy "Spring Break" (1983) with David Knell, "Unfaithfully Yours" (1984) and the Tom Hanks fantastical comedy "Splash" (1984). He also appeared in the Anne Bancroft comedy "Garbo Talks" (1984) and the fantasy romance "Tune in Tomorrow..." (1990) with Barbara Hershey. Shull was most recently credited in the Michael Rispoli period drama "Two Family House" (2000). Shull was married to Deborah Thomas Shull. Shull passed away in October 1999 at the age of 70.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Two Family House (2000) Mr Brancaccio
2.
 Private Parts (1997) Symphony Sid
3.
 Cafe Society (1996) Samuel Segal
4.
 Housesitter (1992) Ralph
5.
 Tune In Tomorrow (1990) Leonard Pando
6.
 Unfaithfully Yours (1984) Jess Keller
7.
 Garbo Talks (1984) Shepard Plotkin
8.
 Splash (1984) Dr Ross
9.
 Will There Really Be a Morning? (1983) Publicist
10.
 Lovesick (1983) Dr Fessner
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wife:
Margaret Ann Haddy. Divorced.
wife:
Peggy J Barringer. Divorced.
wife:
Marilyn S Swartz. Died in 1997.
wife:
Deborah Thomas Shull. Survived him.
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