Richard Libertini

Richard Libertini's acting career started when he and a friend wrote a comedy routine entitled "Stewed Prunes" and performed the skit at a coffeehouse in New York. At that moment, performing became Libertini's profession.

Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to Rocko and Esther Libertini, Richard graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a degree in English,

His stage appearances included "The Mad Show," "Don't Drink the Water" and "Primary English Class." Libertini has entertained in myriad nightclubs across the United States including "Upstairs at the Downstairs," "The Second City," "The Purple Onion," "The Gate of Horn," " The Improvisation" and "The Ice House."

His motion picture credits included "Catch 22," "The Out of Towners," "Don't Drink the Water," "Lovers and Other Strangers," "The Night They Raided Minsky's" and "Fire Sale."

Among his television credits were "Omnibus," "The Ed Sullivan Show," "That Was the Week That Was," "Story Theatre," "Quincy," "Fay," "The Bob Newhart Show," "Baretta," "The Bionic Woman," "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," "Good Times, "Tony Randall Show" and "Charlie's Angels."

The 6'2" actor resided in Los Angeles, California, and his main hobby was writing.

Known For


Cast Credits

Aquarius (2015)
Guest starring as Saul Hodiak
Supernatural (2005)
Guest starring as Vernon Haskell
Numb3rs (2005)
Guest starring as Gage Jones
Monk (2002)
Guest starring as Dr. Sobel
The Weber Show (2000)
Guest starring as Dr. Saul Weitzman
Once and Again (1999)
Guest starring as Manny
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)
Guest starring as Akorem
  • Episode 4x17: Accession (Feb 26, 1996) [Special Guest Star]
Pacific Station (1991)
Starring as Det. Richard Capparelli (13 episodes)
L.A. Law (1986)
Guest starring as Arthur Emmerich
Moonlighting (1985)
Guest starring as Albert
Murder, She Wrote (1984)
Guest starring as Lt. Phil Corelli
Tabitha (1977)
Guest starring as Jean Claude
Fay (1975)
Guest starring as Piero
  • Episode 1x01: Pilot (Sep 4, 1975)
Good Times (1974)
Guest starring as Painter #1
The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970)
Guest starring as Big Chicken