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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 21 May 1945Santa Monica, California, USA
Birth NameRichard Lawrence Hatch
Height 5' 11¼" (1.81 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born in Santa Monica, California, USA, Richard Hatch was studying classical piano at the age of eight, and knew he wanted to carve out a career as a performer before he reached his teens. After attending Harbor College in San Pedro, he joined a Los Angeles repertory company with which he traveled to New York City in 1967. He performed in the plays "Song of Walt Whitman", "Young Rebels" and a production called "Exercise", which Richard directed. Richard was cast as the original "Philip Brent" in the soap All My Children (1970) in 1970. He later played "Inspector Dan Robbins" on the television series The Streets of San Francisco (1972). Richard Hatch is best remembered for his portrayal of "Apollo" on the series, Battlestar Galactica (1978).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Jo Marie (? - ?) (divorced)

Trivia (12)

Richard Hatch hosts a weekly relationship radio show entitled "Love on the Edge".
Born at 6:30am-PWT
No relation to Richard Hatch from the reality series Survivor (2000).
Has one son: Paul Michael Hatch (born 1967).
Leads an adventure cruise in the Western Caribbean every winter for fans (2006).
Is the only actor to appear on both Battlestar Galactica (1978) and Battlestar Galactica (2004).
Attended OmegaCon in Birmingham, Alabama [March 2008]
Writes books based on the Battlestar Galactica (1978) series (2000).
(May 1-3, 2009) Attended FedCon 18 in Bonn, Germany.
Writes article "Communication from the Heart" in the "California Sun" (1996).
Attended facts2008 convention in Ghent, Belgium. [October 2008]
Teaches self-confidence seminars. [July 1997]

Personal Quotes (2)

I never thought of being an actor," admits the boyish-looking, forty-something actor. "I was far too shy, too insecure.
On having the same name as television's No. 1 "Survivor": We forget there are other people with our name, and somehow we feel an ownership with our name. Honestly, this is one of the strangest experiences that's ever happened in my life, and I'm having to deal with it.

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