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Overview (2)

Born in Burbank, California, USA
Birth NameRichard Renato de Azevedo

Mini Bio (1)

Ric de Azevedo grew up in North Hollywood, California. He started performing in television commercials at 8 years old. In 1965, the same year he graduated from North Hollywood High School, his family created the weekly networked one-hour TV series The King Family Show (1965) which aired on ABC.Two years later, Ric joined the United States Army and was assigned to "United States Army Field Band" attached to the Pentagon and stationed at Fort Meade, Maryland. There he spent 3 years as a vocal soloist with a 25 piece Jazz band. After leaving the service in 1970, he went back to Los Angeles to sing with his family. The King Family performed live, had two television series, did 15 one-hour Holiday Specials and numerous guest appearances from 1965 to 1975. In 1971 he went to work at Universal Studios as a Post Production Supervisor and stayed there until 1979. In 1979 he moved to Warner Bros Studios, where he became the Associate Producer of Private Benjamin, The Young Maverick, Enos, California Fever and later Director of Warner Bros Television Post Production. In 1993 he became Director of Film Services for Warner Bros Studio Facilities. Ric retired from Warner Bros in 2006 and moved to Utah. Since 1983, Ric has also sung with the original members of the famous singing group "The Lettermen" in their new group "Reunion" They are now on their 30th year. He has been married to his wife Anna for 33 years. They have 2 children, 4 grandsons, 1 granddaughter a cabin in the mountains of Big Bear, California and loves to fish.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jennifer Suttner

Spouse (1)

Anna Wilcox-de Azevedo (18 January 1975 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (7)

Brother of Lex de Azevedo
Half brother of Cam Clarke
Stepson of Robert Clarke
Son of Alyce King
Nephew of King Sisters Maxine King, Luise King, Donna King, Yvonne King, and Marilyn King, guitarist/big-band leader Alvino Rey, musician Buddy Cole, and record label executive James Conkling.
Currently Director of Film Services for Warner Bros. Studio. He also worked as Director of Warner Bros. Television Post Production from 1983 to 1993 [April 2005]

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