• Charles Richard Moll (born 1943) is an American actor who has been in 180 television and film titles since the 1960s.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $7 million.
• He is a White Caucasian Christian, and attended the University of California, Berkeley.
• His most renowned roles include Nostradamus 'Bull' Shannon in “Night Court” and Harvey Dent a.k.a. Two-Face in “Batman: The Animated Series”.
• He has been married twice and has two children. He enjoys fly-fishing as a hobby.
Who is Richard Moll?
Charles Richard Moll was born on 13 January 1943 under the zodiac sign of Capricorn in Pasadena, California USA. He is a 79-year-old actor, probably still best recognized for landing the role of Nostradamus ‘Bull’ Shannon in “Night Court” (1984-1992) and doing the voice-over of Harvey Dent a.k.a. Two-Face in “Batman: The Animated Series” (1992-1994).
How rich is he, as of now? Richard Moll’s Net Worth
As of early 2022, Richard Moll’s net worth is estimated at over $7 million, earned through his successful career as a professional actor, having worked on 180 television and film titles since he launched his career back in the 1960s.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Richard Moll spent his early years in his hometown of Pasadena, where he was raised by his father, Harry Findley Moll who was a lawyer, and his mother, Violet Anita Moll (née Grill), who worked as a nurse. He holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding his education, Richard went to the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order fraternity.
Richard’s professional acting career began in 1977, when he made his debut feature film appearance as Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism and the Latter Day Saints movement, in the biopic “Brigham”, directed by Tom McGowan. Two years later, he took the supporting role of Joker Gibb in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning crime film “The Jericho Mile”, next to Richard Lawson and Peter Strauss, then had a cameo role in the 1981 Western film “Hard Country”, next to Jan-Michael Vincent and Kim Basinger, and featured as Xusia in the 1982 action-adventure fantasy film “The Sword And The Sorcerer”, which developed a cult following.
It was followed by his appearance as Hurok in the 1983 sci-fi film “Metalstorm: The Destruction Of Jared-Syn”, in which he shared the screen with Jeffrey Byron and Michael Preston.
Rise to Prominence
Richard Moll landed his most prominent role when he joined the main cast of the NBC sitcom “Night Court”, in which he starred as Nostradamus ‘Bull’ Shannon. The series was created by Reinhold Weege and broadcast from 1984 until its finale in 1992. Concurrently, he played Big Ben in Steve Miner’s comedy horror film “House” (1985), for which he received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and featured as Col. Felix Long, Sr. in the NBC comedy film “Combat Academy” (1986).
Thereafter, he landed the roles of Nathan ‘Nat’ Pringle in the 1989 black comedy film “Wicked Stepmother”, directed by Larry Cohen, and Horn in the 1992 action-adventure film “Sidekicks”. From 1992 to 1994, Richard did the voice-over of Harvey Dent a.k.a. Two-Face in the Fox Kids superhero animated series “Batman: The Animated Series”. Parallel with that, he was cast as Boo in the ABC sitcom “Getting By” (1993-1994), next to Cindy Williams and Telma Hopkins. During the same time, he provided his voice to Norman in the syndicated action animated series “Mighty Max”.
In 1995, Richard Moll took the role of Kyla in the sci-fi action film “Galaxis”, along with Brigitte Nielsen.
The following year, he worked on more than 30 film and TV titles, starring in such roles as Wrecks in the spy action comedy film “The Secret Agent Club”, next to star wrestler Hulk Hogan and Dementor in the commercially successful Christmas family comedy film “Jingle All The Way”, alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad. He continued to line up success after success in 1997, providing his voice to additional characters in The WB’s action-adventure animated series “The Legend Of Calamity Jane”, and Scorpion / Mac Gargan in the Fox Kids Network superhero series “Spider-Man: The Animated Series”. It was followed by his portrayals of Kyla in the sci-fi thriller film “The Survivor”, directed by Nick Davis, and Jules in the direct-to-video family comedy film “Casper Meets Wendy”, both in 1998.
He then played Larry in the cult satirical teen comedy film “But I’m A Cheerleader” (1999), next to Brian Wayne Peterson and Natasha Lyonne.
Richard Moll’s next major role was in the Nickelodeon sitcom “100 Deeds For Eddie McDowd”, in which he starred as Drifter from 1999 to 2002. Concurrently, he played Mr. O’Reilly in the teen comedy horror film “Boltneck” (2000), next to Matthew Lawrence and Justin Walker, and Al in the made-for-TV crime drama film “The Defectors” (2001). Afterwards, he took the roles of Harold Worden in the 2002 drama film “The Biggest Fan”, and Diablo in the 2004 action-adventure comedy film “Uh Oh!”.
He then portrayed Captain McCormack in the horror-thriller film “Nightmare Man” (2006), and featured as Kolchak Jefferson Stillwall in the horror film “Headless Horseman” (2007), and ended the decade with his role as Elmer Uggins in the Cartoon Network comedy horror film “Scooby-Doo! Curse Of The Lake Monster” in 2010.
Afterwards, Richard featured as Ernest Altman in the 2011 thriller film “Assassins’ Code” and Kreeger in the 2012 slasher film “Sorority Party Massacre”. Thereafter, he played Jon Creadon in the 2016 comedy film “Razor”, and starred as Officer Green in the 2018 adventure film “Slay Belles”, alongside Barry Bostwick and Kristina Klebe. It is announced that he will play Simon Blake in the upcoming horror film “Whispers And Shadows”, which is currently under post-production.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Richard Moll has short grey hair and dark brown eyes. Regarding his height, he reached 6ft (1.80m) by the age of 12, and kept growing to 6ft 7ins (2.03m). His weight is now around 220lbs (110kgs), but Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.
Richard Moll has married twice, firstly to Laura Class, but their marriage didn’t last long since they tied the knot on 26 November 1989 and divorced three years later. He went on to date Susan Brown, and the two exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 24 July 1993. They welcomed two children, a son named Mason Moll and a daughter named Chloe Moll, but after being married for 12 years, the couple divorced in 2005. Since then, he hasn’t been spotted with any other woman.
Speaking about his hobbies, he is an avid fly-fisherman.