His eye color was blue.
He attended the Regent Street Polytechnic School of Architecture, where he met future Pink Floyd members Roger Waters, and Nick Mason.
He was married 3 times and had 3 children.
He was inducted into the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame (as a member of Pink Floyd) in 1996.
His Father-In-Law Guy Pratt played bass guitar for Pink Floyd from 1987 to 1994.
He reunited with his former Pink Floyd bandmates at Live 8 in 2005.
He rejoined Pink Floyd in 1987 towards the end of the recording of their album "A Momentary Lapse Of Reason".
In 1984 he teamed up with Dave Harris to form Zee.
He had two siblings, Selina and Guinevere.
His height was 5' 11".
Rick Wright: Men can starve from a lack of self-realization as much as they can from a lack of bread.
Rick Wright: The artist must bow to the monster of his own imagination.
Rick Wright: Men simply copied the realities of their hearts when they built prisons.
Rick Wright: We worked very hard to make the lyrics suit the music. I can't, like Elton John, for example, compose by lyrics. Elton has a great talent for that. Whatever you give him, including your questions, he composes in half an hour and makes a great song out of it.
On Pink Floyd's album The Wall
Rick Wright: We fought during 'The Wall,' which was an album Waters wrote, based on his family story, we clashed long before that, during the period of the Dark Side and 'Wish You Were Here.' Actually, we never got along.
Rick Wright: Pink Floyd is like a marriage that's on a permanent trial separation.
Rick Wright: It's a mistake thinking that drugs supplied Pink Floyd with the inspiration. The ones who took drugs were the ones who came to see the shows.
On Pink Floyd's album Wish You Were Here
Rick Wright: I think it's our best record. I will listen to that record for pleasure, and there aren't many other Floyd records that I can say that about.
On Roger Waters
Richard Wright: There was this big personality clash between me and Roger, and at the end of the day I realised that I couldn't work with this person anyway - so I left.