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Where is Richard Moll from ‘Night Court’ today? Wife, Net Worth



Who is Richard Moll?

Charles Richard Moll was born in Pasadena, California USA, on 13 January 1943 – his zodiac sign is Capricorn, and he holds American nationality. He’s an actor, perhaps known best for having played the role of Bull, the bald bailiff, in the popular NBC sitcom “Night Court”.

Early life and education

Richard was born to Violet Anita, a nurse, and Harry Findley Moll, who was a lawyer; he has two younger siblings. He attended Pasadena High School, from which he matriculated in 1961. Richard initially didn’t plan on pursuing an acting career, and instead went on to study Psychology at the University of California, graduating in 1965. During his time there, he was a member of the famous Kappa Alpha Order fraternity, which has been active since 1865.

Roles in movies

Richard didn’t make his acting breakthrough until well into his thirties. He appeared in his first movie in 1977, when he played the role of Joseph Smith in the biographical drama “Brigham”, centered on the founder of Salt Lake City and the first governor of Utah, Brigham Young. In the following years, he mainly pursued roles in TV movies, such as “The Jericho Mile”, “Mark Twain: Beneath the Laughter”, and “The Archer: Fugitive from the Empire”.

In 1981, Richard had a role in the comedy “Caveman”, which starred The Beatles drummer, Ringo Starr. Four years later, he played one of the leads in the horror comedy “House”, directed by Steve Miner and which also starred William Katt, Kay Lenz and George Wendt.


For his performance in the movie, Richard was nominated for the 1987 Saturn Award in the Best Supporting Actor category.  In 1994, Richard played the role of Hogie in the live-action adaptation of the popular 1970’s cartoon “The Flintstones”, centering on a modernized version of a Stone Age family.

Five years later, he had a supporting role in the cult classic coming-of-age comedy “But I’m a Cheerleader”, which follows the story of a teenage girl who was sent to a religious rehab camp, under suspicion of being a lesbian. In 2001, Richard appeared alongside David Duchovny, Orlando Jones and Seann William Scott, in the blockbuster sci-fi comedy “Evolution”, directed by Ivan Retiman. In the same year, he appeared in another box-office smash hit, the horror parody “Scary Movie 2”.

More recently, in 2014 Richard played one of the leads in the award-winning comedy-drama “BFFs”, which premiered at the 2014 Santa Barbara International Film Festival. As of January 2022, Richard is set to play the leading role in the upcoming horror “Whispers and Shadows”, written and directed by Jace Witman.

Roles in TV series

Richard made his TV series debut in 1978, when he appeared in an episode of the comedy “Welcome Back, Kotter”. In the following years, he made episodic appearances in numerous other TV shows, including “B. J. and the Bear”, “Here’s Boomer”, and “T. J. Hooker”, before landing a recurring role in the popular NBC sitcom “Night Court”; the series aired from January 1984 to May 1992, spanning over nine seasons and almost 200 episodes.


It centers on the night shift of a Manhattan municipal court, presided over by eccentric young judge, Harold ‘Harry’ T. Stone.

In the series, Richard played the role of Nostradamus ‘Bull’ Shannon, a physically threatening policeman, who’s actually very gentle and caring; he was known for his catchphrase ‘Ooo-kay’, and loudly clapping his hand against his forehead. Prior to landing a role in “Night Court”, Richard was filming a sci-fi movie “Metalstorm”, which required him to shave his head. When he arrived to audition for the series, the producers ended up liking his bald look so much that they wanted him to keep it for the entire run.

“Night Court” won numerous awards, including seven Primetime Emmys, and was nominated for 34 other awards. Aside from the US, the show aired in syndication in Canada, New Zealand and Australia, where it became one of the most beloved TV series at the time.

In 1996, Richard starred in all six episodes of the mini-series “Adventures of Smoke Below”, and from 1999 to 2002, he played the recurring role of Drifter in the family sitcom “100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd”, about a high school bully who was transformed into a dog, and must perform 100 good deeds before he gets to return to human form.

More recently, in 2013, Richard made a guest appearance in the popular sitcom “Anger Management”, and also in the Disney Channel comedy “Kirby Buckets” in 2015; he hasn’t appeared in any TV series since then.


Voiceover roles

In the early 1990s, Richard started taking on voiceover roles, starting with “Batman: The Animated Series”, in which he voiced various characters, including Two-Face, Harvey Dent and Bat Computer. From 1993 through 1994, he voiced the character Norman, in 40 episodes of the animated action series “Mighty Max”, centered on a 12-year-old boy who has a magical cap, which allows him to teleport between dimensions.

Richard continued to work on animated superhero shows, voicing Emperor Spooj in “Superman: The Animated Series”, Abomination in “The Incredible Hulk”, and Scorpion in “Spiderman: The Animated Series”.

In 1997, he voiced Caboot, in the first installment of the “Fallout” video game series, entitled “Fallout: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game”. In the same year, he reprised the role of Two-Face in “The New Batman Adventures”, and again 13 years later, in an episode of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”.

Love life and wife

Richard has been married two times. His first wife was his college sweetheart, Laura Class, whom he married in 1988; they were married for almost four years, before finalizing their divorce in 1992, citing irreconcilable differences; they didn’t have children together.

In the following year, the actor married the New York City-based writer and journalist, Susan Brown, and six years later the couple welcomed their first child, Chloe, while their son, Mason, was born a year later. Richard and Susan divorced in 2005, and sharing custody of their children.


Richard hasn’t remarried, and currently appears to be single. Since his divorce, he had apparently been in a relationship with the actress Khrystine Haje, which lasted only a few months.

Where is he now?

In 2018, Richard stepped away from acting after almost 45 years in the business. Since then, he hasn’t been making any public appearances, or social media posts, which later sparked rumors about possible health issues or even his death. However, the actor is still alive and well, and in fact, is returning to acting with a role in the upcoming horror movie “Whispers and Shadows”.

Age, height and net worth

Richard is 79 years old. He has short white hair and green eyes, is 6ft 8ins (2.03m) tall, and weighs around 230lbs (105kgs).

As of January 2022, his net worth is estimated at more than $7 million.

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Ted Sutherland Opens Up About His Sexuality and Personal Life



Who is Ted Sutherland?

American actor and model Ted Sutherland was born in New York City, USA, on 16 March 1997, so Pisces is his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in 20 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for playing Simon Saunders, one of the main characters in all 10 episodes of the 2018 drama series “Rise”, which also starred Josh Radnor, Marley Shelton and Auli’i Cravalho, and follows the life of a passionate drama teacher.

Education and early life

Ted was raised in New York City by his parents about whom he’s yet to speak in public, because they prefer to maintain their privacy; it’s believed that both his mother and father are entrepreneurs. Ted hasn’t spoken of having siblings, but it’s believed that he was raised alongside his sister.

He was still attending a local elementary school when he fell in love with acting, and began appearing in both school and theatre plays. Ted enrolled at a local high school in 2011, and in the same year made his debut film appearance, playing Max Bronsky in the comedy “Family Album”, directed by Shawn Levy, and which starred Rachael Harris, Joy Osmanski and Mike O’Malley; it follows the members of a dysfunctional family. Ted has since been active in the film industry.

He matriculated in 2015 and then enrolled at acting school, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2018.


Roles in movies

Ted played Boy in the Wheelchair in the 2012 short comedy “Alan Smithee”, and the following year saw him star as Josh in the short drama “American Girl”.

The year 2013 also saw him play Shmuel in the romantic comedy “Fading Gigolo”, written and directed by John Turturro, who also starred in it alongside Woody Allen and Sharon Stone. The movie follows Fioravante who’s begun working as a gigolo, while his friend Murray’s become his manager; it won two of its three award nominations.

Some of Ted’s following roles were in the 2013 family drama “Dovid Meyer”, the musical family comedy “Fan Girl” and the  short comedy “Damnation The Flashback” both in 2015.

In 2017, he starred as Jordan in the short comedy “Miyubi”, directed by Felix Lajeunesse and Paul Raphael, and which also starred Jeff Goldblum, P. J. Byrne and Emily Bergl. It follows the adventures of an American family and their Japanese domestic robot Miyubi, and the film won two awards.

Ted’s had only two other movie roles. He played Young Nick Goode in the 2021 horror mystery “Fear Street: Part Two – 1978”, directed by Leigh Janiak, and which starred Sadie Sink, Emily Rudd and Ryan Simpkins. It follows a group of teenagers as they’re attending Camp Nightwing, while one of them has now been possessed by a demon; the movie won one of its three award nominations. Ted reprised his role in the 2021 horror mystery “Fear Street: Part Three – 1666”.


Roles in TV series

Ted’s debut TV series role was playing Jeremy in the 2015 episode “ICU” of the crime horror “Eye Candy”, created by Christian Taylor, and which starred Victoria Justice, Casey Deidrick and Harvey Guillen; it follows a woman who believes that her online date is a serial killer.

The year 2017 saw Ted appear in the episode “Good Bones” of the thriller “Madam Secretary”, as well as in the pilot episode of the drama “The Deuce”.

In 2019, Ted played Elliot Patterson in two episodes of the popular action adventure comedy “Doom Patrol”, created by Jeremy Carver, and which starred Diane Guerrero, April Bowlby and Matt Bomer. It follows a scientist and his team of ‘superpowered outcasts’, the series aired from 2019 through 2023, and won two of its 18 award nominations.

The year 2019 also saw Ted appear in an episode or two of the crime mystery “Law & Order: Special Victims Units”, the crime mystery “Instinct” and the crime action “FBI”.

His only other TV series role has been playing Percy in 14 episodes of the 2021 science fiction horror “The Walking Dead: World Beyond”, created by Scott M. Gimple and Matthew Negrete, and which starred Julia Ormond, Nicolas Cantu and Alexa Mansour. It follows the first people to grow up in a world overrun by zombies, and the series won two awards.

Other credits

Ted voiced Jack Marston in the critically acclaimed 2018 video game “Red Dead Redemption II”.


Love life and relationships

There’s only a single girl whom Ted’s been with, that his fans know about. Back in 2017, he began dating Katherine Reis, a popular American actress who’s appeared in 17 movies and TV series, and is probably known best for playing Pippa Sykes in six episodes of the new romantic series “Gossip Girl”, which has been airing since 2021. Ted and Katherine were together for a year, breaking up in 2018.

Ted hasn’t mentioned any other girls, or maybe boys whom he’s dated, he seems to be unattached as of March 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Ted’s become an Instagram star, as more than 220,000 people are following him on this social media network, although he’s posted only 18 pictures and videos, most of which were taken during red carpet events.

Ted works out at the gym nearly every day, and has shown off his muscular body in several of his Instagram pictures.

He loves to listen to pop music, and his favorite musicians are Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran.

Ted’s a fan of animes, with some of his favorites being “Attack on Titan”, “Chainsaw Man” and “Code Geass”.

He likes to play various sports with his friends, and his two favorites are table tennis and soccer.

Ted’s favorite actors are Al Pacino and Arnold Schwarzenegger, while some of his favorite films include “The Terminator”, “Scent of a Woman” and “True Lies”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Ted’s age is 26. He has brown eyes and hair, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs about 160lbs (72kgs).

Ted’s net worth’s been estimated at over $4 million, as of March 2023.

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Meet Tait Blum: Actor Who Plays Shane Baldwin in For All Mankind



Who is Tait Blum?

American actor and model Tait Blum, was born in the USA on 31 March 2011, making Aries his zodiac sign. He’s already appeared in six TV series and two movies, and is perhaps known best for playing Shane Baldwin in three episodes (2019) of the critically acclaimed science fiction series “For All Mankind”, which Ben Nedivi and Ronald D. Moore created, and which stars Wrenn Schmidt, Michael Dorman and Joel Kinnaman. Set in an alternate reality, the series follows the USA losing the Moon race to the Soviet Union, it’s been airing since 2019 and has won four of its 22 award nominations.

Education and early life

Tait is being raised in Los Angeles, California alongside his younger brother Teddy Blum, by their parents about whom the boys are yet to speak in public, because they respect their privacy; it’s only known that Tait’s parents are both highly supportive of his career, while it’s believed that his father’s an IT consultant. Teddy’s also an actor, with eight credits to his name, and is perhaps known best for voicing Small Ellingboe Boy in the hit 2019 animated adventure comedy movie “Klaus”.

Tait fell in love with acting at the age of five, when he started watching TV with his family, and was seven when he made his debut TV series appearance in 2018, playing Young Bob Lee in four episodes of the popular action “Shooter”, created by John Hlavin, and which starred Ryan Phillippe, Shantel VanSanten and Cynthia Addai-Robinson. It follows the life of war veteran Bob Lee Swagger, who’s been hired to prevent the US President from being assassinated; the series aired from 2016 through 2018, and was nominated for two awards.

Tait’s since been active in the film industry, but is also focused on his studies; he’s currently attending an elementary school, and has begun playing football for the school’s team. Tait’s set to enroll at high school in 2025.


Roles in TV series

Tait played Young Antolak in the episode “Sylvester Antolak” of the popular 2018 Netflix war drama “Medal of Honor”, which starred Josh Charles, Daniel Ray Rodriguez and David Petraeus, and follows the sacrifices of people who earned a Medal of Honor, the highest military distinction; the series won one of its three award nominations.

Also in 2018, Tait portrayed Young Hank Hall in the episode “Hank and Dawn” of the action crime adventure “Titans”, created by Greg Berlanti and Akiva Goldsman, and which starred Brenton Thwaites, Anna Diop and Ryan Potter. The series follows the lives of several superheroes, it aired from 2018 through 2023 and won four of its 17 award nominations.

Tait gained recognition in 2019, when cast to play Jackson in four episodes of the comedy “Cousins for Life”, which Keith Seifert and Kevin Kopelow created, and which starred Scarlet Spencer, Dallas Dupree Young and Micah Abbey. It follows Clark and his 12 years old son Stuart who’ve moved in with Stuart’s cousins Leaf and Ivy, and the series aired in 2018 and 2019.

Tait’s only other TV series role has been playing Logan Bane in four episodes of the 2020 comedy “Team Kaylie”, created by Pamela Eells and Tracy Bitterolf, and which starred Symera Jackson, Bryana Salaz and Alison Fernandez; it follows the life of a wealthy teenage girl.


Roles in movies

Tait’s debut film role was portraying Patrick in the 2020 adventure family fantasy “Wish Upon a Unicorn”, written and directed by Steve Bencich, and which starred Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Summer Fontana and Jonathan Lajoie; it follows eight years old Mia who’s moved to her grandma’s Montana ranch, and has discovered a unicorn in the woods.

Tait’s only other film role has been playing Connor Payton in the 2022 sports comedy “Home Team”, which Daniel Kinnane and Charles Kinnane directed, and which starred Rob Schneider, Taylor Lautner and Kevin James; it follows the life of New Orleans Saints’ head coach Sean Payton.

Tait’s currently shooting for the upcoming short movie “Extra Ordinary”, in which he’ll be starring alongside Sophia Hammons and Patrick Bauchau.

Other credits

Tait made a guest appearance in a 2019 episode of the talk-show “Red Carpet Report”.

Love life and relationships

Most of Tait’s fans believe that he’s too young to be dating, however, there are also those who believe otherwise.

Some of his fans on the internet have claimed that he’s today dating popular American actress Summer Fontana, who’s three years his senior and has appeared in 15 movies and TV series, while she’s probably known best for playing Maya Maitland in the 2020 horror series “The Outsider”. Tait and Summer have been seen spending time together on multiple occasions, and have also featured each other in a number of their Instagram pictures, but they’ve stated that they’re only good friends.


There are also those who believe that Tait’s dating American actress Sophia Hammons, who’s five years his senior; she’s had roles in 10 movies and TV series, and gained recognition by playing Isla in the 2020 documentary film “The Social Dilemma”. Tait hasn’t addressed these rumors.

Both seem highly unlikely, so h seems to be unattached as of March 2023.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Tait enjoys being active on Instagram, and although he’s posted only four pictures onto the social media network, some of his fans have claimed that Tait often responds to their messages.

He’s passionate about sports and loves to play football, while he’s also into playing soccer and tennis.

Tait likes to watch Studio Ghibli movies, with some of his favorites being “Spirited Away”, “Porco Rosso” and “The Tale of Princess Kaguya”.

He’s a huge lover of animals, and his family has a pet dog.

Tait’s already been to a couple of US states, thanks to his acting career.

His favorite actor is Ryan Phillippe, while some of his favorite movies include “Collide”, “American Murderer” and “Miranda’s Victim”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Tait’s age is 12. He has blue eyes and brown hair, is 4ft 5ins (1.35m) tall and weighs around 90lbs (40kgs).

Tait’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of March 2023.

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