Richard was 5'10" tall.
Richard co-wrote the documentary "The Biggs and Carter Experience" with his former Babylon 5 costar Jason Carter.
Richard was married to Lori Garber from August 1, 1998 until his death. They had two children, RJ & Hunter.
Richard received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from University of Southern California School of Theatre.
In 1994 Richard won a Soap Opera Digest Award for Best Supporting Actor for Days of Our Lives.
Richard had four sisters.
His Astrological sign was Pisces.
He was a regular on the 2003-2004 season of Strong Medicine, playing Dr. Milo Morton. The show killed him off at the beginning of the 2004/05 season due to his death on 22 May 2004.
Richard originally wanted to study medicine.
Richard Biggs passed away unexpectedly on May 22, 2004 -http://www.richardbiggs.com/rbbio.html
apparently from an aneurism or stroke