My career statee in 1964 wityh contact with production companieds and appears on broadway in bye bye birde ,, prisioner of second avenue, funny thing happened on the way to the forum, Joining SAG/AFTRRA 1970 to an outstanding barage of films , Godfather, Badhge 373, French Connection, Gang That Couldnt Shoot Straight, Mortadela, Sisters , War Between Men & Women, Portnoys Complaint, Mercyb Or Murder, Numerious of Television Commercials Good Year Tire, Mello Yello, Butrton Lounge, Harold Jewelry,
Rosmore Coconut Creek , I now devotes time towards his writing and reviewing theatre in his column and the celebrities he encounters on a personal level, and lends his theatrical articles and comments for readers to enjoy. Richards has an extensive collection on Presidents, Politicians and stories to go with each photo he has received, from Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, to Prince Rainier. Plus a huge collection of autographed photos of the world famous celebrities and letters from Julie Harris, Ed Asner, Lee Meriwether, Burt Lancaster, Leona Helmsly, Jimmy Stewart, Stacy Keach and many others. Richards is a Carbonell award-winning producer presenting some wonderful shows, Hit Tunes From Flop Shows, Dam Yankees, 110 In The Shade and Nite Club Confidential, Broadway's Best Musical Hits From Forgotten Shows and The Sinatra Song Book. Since retirement from the stage as an actor, he spends more time with print and commercials, special musical shows and he established a radio show on W.D.B.F. and W.I.N.N. featuring Theatre Happenings for the weekend. He is also listed in Who's Who In Entertainment. He has featured celebrities with his stories on their lives that include the late great Bob Hope, Jane Russell, Don Rickles, Ed Asner, Jayne Meadows, Carroll Baker, Judge Judy, Wayne Newton, Irving R. Levine, Karl Malden, Dionne Warwick, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Julie Ann Harris, Rona Barrett Stacy Keach.