Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 524.1: Tribute to Peter Mark Richman is available for listening on demand


The Inner Voice of Peter Mark Richman

Original Airdates: Jan. 22-24, 2021
TVC 524.1: Ed plays highlights of our May 2011 conversation with Peter Mark Richman, the accomplished actor, author, artist, and Renaissance man who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 14. Though mostly known by TV viewers for playing bad guys (particularly whenever he appeared on shows produced by Quinn Martin), Peter Mark starred as good guys both on Longstreet and Cain’s Hundred, plus he played Chrissy’s father, Reverend Snow, on the early years of Three’s Company. He also enjoyed a concurrent career as a writer for the stage, for film, and long and short fiction. Topics this segment how Peter Mark’s writing career began during the Golden Age of Television, with encouragement from Paddy Chayefsky; why he particularly liked writing short stories; his long association with Quinn Martin, which began in the early 1950s; and working with director Martin Ritt in The Black Orchid. Peter Mark’s autobiography, I Saw a Molten White Light: An Autobiography of My Artistic and Spiritual Journey, is available through BearManor Media.

Peter Mark Richman: Much More Than “Charlie Grimjaw”
Original Airdates: Jan. 22-24, 2021
TVC 524.2: From May 2011: Peter Mark Richman talks to Ed about working in live TV during the Golden Age of Television; why stage work is the preferred medium for the total actor; why he is particularly proud of his play 4 Faces; and how he overcame being typecast as “grim-jawed” characters on television. Peter Mark Richman passed away on Thursday, Jan. 14 at age 93.

Peter Mark Richman on Cain’s Hundred
Original Airdates: Jan. 22-24, 2021
TVC 524.3: From July 2018: Peter Mark Richman talks to Ed about working with Jack Klugman and Dorothy Dandridge on his series Cain’s Hundred (NBC, 1961-1962), as well as the interesting link between his character, prosecuting attorney Nicholas Cain, and then-U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy; working with Gary Cooper and director William Wyler in Friendly Persuasion (1956); meeting Coretta Scott King; and the unique approach that Peter Mark took to playing villains on television. Peter Mark Richman passed away on Thursday, Jan. 14 at age 93; his autobiography, I Saw a Molten White Light: An Autobiography of My Artistic and Spiritual Journey, is available through BearManor Media.

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