Allan Rich the character actor who overcomes the blacklist, dies at the age of 94

Helen Dunmore
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His honors include “Serpico”, “Disclosure”, “Amistad” and “Suppress Your Passion”. Allan Rich, a role actor who survived the Hollywood blacklist, has passed away.

Who was Allan Rich?

Allan Rich was 94 years old. Rich’s family announced that he died of progressive dementia on Saturday at the Lilian Booth Actors House in Englewood, New Jersey.

Rich played NBC President Robert Kintner in Robert Redford’s Quiz Show (1994) and in Barry Levinson’s “Reveal” (1994) played Demi Moore and served as a judge in Steven Spielberg’s “Amistad” (1997).
He did summer stocks in Vermont and took the stage name Allan Rich:

In 1943, he was hired by Milton Berle to debut in the comedy “I’ll Take the High Road”. Two years later, he appeared with Claude Rains and Kim Hunter in the noon prison drama “Dark”. In 1953, Rich was branded as communism-he said it was the result of an attempt to free a black man. Who was wrongly convicted of rape from Mississippi a few years ago-and was suddenly expelled from the NBC anthology series Philco Play house.

 He recalled in an interview in 2007: “My agent never sent me out.” I would walk into the office and make rounds. Then I went for a walk.

I spent a year At the time an actor said to me, ‘Hey, we are on the Red Channel.’ If your name is on that list, that would be great! You have never worked. “, and stepped onto the stage.

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In 1963:

He returned to the nude city of ABC and the television on the east/west side of CBS. And co-produced with Dustin Hollman in 1966 Broadway work of Ron Ribman’s “The Fifth Horse Journey.”

Allan Rich wife, 62-year-old wife:

Elaine Rich, was the personal manager of Fran Drescher. Jennifer Jason Leigh and others, in August 2015 Passed away at the age of 81.

Dresher said in a statement:

 “When he faced the abyss of despair, he lived a great life, and he was a hero to many people, including me.”

“He has a very strong talent, He has excellent performance in everything he is determined to do. He always stands on the side of good and good.”

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