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Richard Benedict’s height is 5ft 7in (1.7 m)

Richard “Pepe” Benedict was an Italian-born television and film actor and director. He appeared in dozens of television programs and movies from the 1940s to the 1960s, most notably Ace in the Hole, directed by Billy Wilder.

Richard Benedict

Best Known For Movie: Ace in the Hole
Height: 5ft 7in (1.7 m)
Born: January 8, 1920, Palermo, Italy
Filmography: Disconnected (1983), Trapper John, M.D. (1980), Mark, I Love You (1980), The Rookies (1976), Flannery and Quilt (1976), Police Story (1975), Police Woman (1974), Bloody Trail (1972), Circle of Fear (1972), Move (1970), Ironside (1969), Impasse (1969/I), The Outsider (1969), Hawaii Five-O (1968), A Swingin’ Summer (1965), Mike and the Mermaid (1964), Arrest and Trial (1963), G.E. True (1963), Hawaiian Eye (1961-1963), Surfside 6 (1961-1962), Lawman (1961), Bronco (1961), Ada (1961), Miami Undercover (1961), Tallahassee 7000 (1961), The Roaring 20′s (1961), The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1961), Peter Gunn (1959-1960), Sugarfoot (1960), Ocean’s 11 (1960), The Betty Hutton Show (1960), Man with a Camera (1960), I’ll Give My Life (1960), The Untouchables (1959), Lock Up (1959), Rescue 8 (1959), The Lawless Years (1959), Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse (1959), Dragnet (1956-1959), The David Niven Show (1959), M Squad (1959), Mike Hammer (1958-1959), Highway Patrol (1958), Steve Canyon (1958), Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1958), Tales of the Texas Rangers (1957-1958), The Silent Service (1958), Target (1958), It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958), Zorro (1958), Harbor Command (1958), Perry Mason (1958), Mackenzie’s Raiders (1958), The Walter Winchell File (1957), The Midnight Story (1957), The George Sanders Mystery Theater (1957), Beginning of the End (1957), Monkey on My Back (1957), Circus Boy (1957), Adventures of Superman (1952-1957), The Lone Ranger (1957), Spring Reunion (1957), Official Detective (1957), The Adventures of Jim Bowie (1956), Ethel Barrymore Theater (1956), The Man Is Armed (1956), He Laughed Last (1956), Navy Log (1955-1956), Celebrity Playhouse (1955), Gang Busters (1952-1955), Wiretapper (1955), Spy Chasers (1955), The Shrike (1955), The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater (1955), The Whistler (1955), The Big Tip Off (1955), Adventures of the Falcon (1954), Schlitz Playhouse (1954), Lux Video Theatre (1954), Cavalcade of America (1954), The Lone Wolf (1954), Waterfront (1954), I Led 3 Lives (1954), Big Town (1953), Act of Love (1953), General Electric Theater (1953), Murder Without Tears (1953), Run for the Hills (1953), The Juggler (1953), Racket Squad (1951-1953), Your Favorite Story (1953), Jalopy (1953), Woman in the Dark (1952), Breakdown (1952), Hoodlum Empire (1952), Okinawa (1952), Stars Over Hollywood (1951), Let’s Go Navy! (1951), Ace in the Hole (1951), Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison (1951), Rookie Fireman (1950), Triple Trouble (1950), State Penitentiary (1950), Destination Big House (1950), Angels in Disguise (1949), Post Office Investigator (1949), Scene of the Crime (1949), The Window (1949), Omoo-Omoo the Shark God (1949), Streets of San Francisco (1949), City Across the River (1949), Homicide (1949), Shockproof (1949), Smart Girls Don’t Talk (1948), Race Street (1948), The Arizona Ranger (1948), Crossfire (1947), Seven Were Saved (1947), The Guilt of Janet Ames (1947), Backlash (1947), Till the End of Time (1946), Somewhere in the Night (1946), O.S.S. (1946), A Walk in the Sun (1945), See My Lawyer (1945), Winged Victory (1944), Texaco Star Theater: Opening Night (1983), Quincy M.E. (1980-1982), The American Adventure (1982), Country Comes Home (1982), Fantasy Island (1981), Great Performances (1980), Peyton Place ’79 (1979), 240-Robert (1979), Doctors’ Private Lives (1979), Frankie and Annette: The Second Time Around (1978), The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries (1978), Hawaii Five-O (1968-1978), Police Woman (1974-1978), Man from Atlantis (1977), Code R (1977), The Oregon Trail (1977), Charlie’s Angels (1976), S.W.A.T. (1976), The Rookies (1976), The Blue Knight (1976), Medical Story (1975), Matt Helm (1975), Police Story (1973-1975), Lucas Tanner (1975), Movin’ On (1974), Apple’s Way (1974), Harry O (1973), Adventures of Flash Beaver (1972), Medical Center (1970-1972), The Partners (1971-1972), Alias Smith and Jones (1971-1972), Mannix (1972), Dan August (1971), The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1971), Night Gallery (1971), The Virginian (1965-1970), Ironside (1969-1970), The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (1970), Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969), Get Smart (1969), Impasse (1969/I), Mission: Impossible (1967-1969), The Outsider (1969), N.Y.P.D. (1968), The High Chaparral (1967-1968), Run for Your Life (1965-1967), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1967), The Invaders (1967), The Fugitive (1967), Combat! (1966), Hawk (1966), Iron Horse (1966), 12 O’Clock High (1966), I Spy (1966), Laredo (1966), Winter A-Go-Go (1965), Mike and the Mermaid (1964), Hawaiian Eye (1961-1963), Saints and Sinners (1962), Lawman (1961-1962), Surfside 6 (1962), Bronco (1962), The Roaring 20′s (1962), Frankie and Annette: The Second Time Around (1978), Dan August (1971), The Virginian (1965), Mike and the Mermaid (1964), Highway Patrol (1959), Ocean’s 11 (1960), The Juggler (1953), Ace in the Hole (1951), Celebrity Sweepstakes (1974), The Movie Game (1971), Personality (1969), The Jack Benny Program (1965), The Scarface Mob (1959), Superman’s Peril (1954).
Other Names: Riccardo Benedetto, Dick Benedict, Rich Benedict, Gerry Edwards
Astrological Sign: Capricorn
Occupation: Television Actor
Died: April 25, 1984, Studio City, California, United States
Spouse: Paula Lindenbaum (m. ?–1984), Hanna Hertelendy
Children: Nick Benedict, Samuel Benedict, Martin Benedict, Joy Benedict

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