He teaches and conducts an ongoing, continuous workshop and a class on how to write and create your own solo show.
Recently, Richard directed Tonight at 11 which is written and performed by Fritz Coleman at the Falcon Theatre located in Burbank, California.
He has one daughter, who's an only child, named Colby Kline.
Richard played the part of Jeeves in the American premiere of By Jeeves and he played this part at both places - the Godspeed Opera and The Kennedy Center.
Richard specializes in teaching scene study, comedy techniques, audition preparation, cold reading, and monologues.
He does teach workshops and makes it so he can be available for private coaching by appointment for acting.
He worked on theatre studies and was on stage many times before he started working on TV series. Some of his theatre works include Love's Labor's Lost, Death of a Salesman, and Chemin de Fer.
He is an accomplished singer.
His debut on Broadway was in 1990 when he was in the musical City of Angels.
He made his professional debut in 1971 at the Lincoln Center Repertory Company.
In September of 2005, Richard moved to the East Coast of the United States.
Richard attended Queens College in New York.
Richard tapes some of his workshops and classes so his students can later reference them.
He opened for the World Premiere comedy Don't Talk To The Actors that debuted at the Buffalo's Studio Arena Theatre from September 11 to October 7, 2007.
Richard appeared in many musicals, including They're Playing Our Song, Do I Hear A Waltz?, The Rothschilds, and Hello Again.
He is the father of singer and actress Colby Kline.
He has done six of Neil Simon's plays such as Jake's Women and was on a National Tour of Canada for that show.
After he taught for 7 years, he moved to the East Coast.
He once directed for Fritz Coleman in the one-man show It's Me! Dad! for television and stage.
He teaches solo-show writing at some of his workshops.
Richard acted in the solo show Boychik that was written by Richard Krevolin. This was at New York's Theatre Four and in many stage and theatre places in Los Angeles.
In April of 2006, Richard directed a solo show that was called Computer Geek at Chicago's Improv Olympic.
He taught at the Actor's Forum theatre for a total of 7 years.
He has directed many famous actors, such as Academy Award nominees Burt Reynolds, Billy Connolly, and Bruce Davison.
He once served as a lieutenant in Vietnam.
His daughter Colby Kline has graduated from Northwestern University.
He was raised in Queens, New York.
Richard has a Masters of Fine Arts degree in theater from Northwestern University.
He was struck by lightning while doing military service in Vietnam.
He was requested by John Ritter to continue playing Larry on "Three's a Crowd," but, turned it down to star in a sitcom pilot called "His and Hers" with Shelley Fabares.
Richard was the only cast member other than John Ritter to appear in all three series "Three's Company" "The Ropers" and "Thee's A Crowd"
Is the last surviving male cast member of Three's Company.
Richard Kline: Anytime you have sessions like this coming together, people are going back talking. The word is multiplying. I think this is going to be a big effort to get help get out the vote.
Richard Kline: Confidence is preparation. Everything else is beyond your control.
Richard Kline: I just consider myself a working actor.