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Richard Van Vleet


Richard Van Vleet, is a veteran actor who is best known for 13-year role as Dr. Chuck Tyler on the daytime Soap Opera All My Children. Mr. Van Vleet other television credits include Guiding Light, The Virginian, Cannon, Name of the Game, Dan August and Night Gallery. His film credits include Airport, Angel In My Pocket, Ben, and The Man Hunters. ... See full bio »

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Ben
Ben Reade
(1972)
Retribution
Retribution Ian Mallory
(1998)
Angel in My Pocket
Angel in My Pocket Harry Toback
(1969)

Filmography

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 2008 Ice Scream: The ReMix
Ricky
 2006 Fallen Angels
Stalwart
 2002 Bikini Planet (Video)
President Bubba Shrub
 1998 Retribution
Ian Mallory
 1989 Perry Mason: The Case of the Musical Murder (TV Movie)
Attorney
 1986 Guiding Light (TV Series)
Ed Bauer
 1980 Dan August: The Jealousy Factor (TV Movie)
Robert Gans
 1973 The Magician (TV Series)
Carl
- Pilot (1973) ... Carl
 1973 Mission: Impossible (TV Series)
Coleman
- The Question (1973) ... Coleman
 1972 Ben
Reade
 1972 The Manhunter (TV Movie)
Stephen Sinclair
 1970-1972 Marcus Welby, M.D. (TV Series)
Ray / Jim Morran
- The Basic Moment: Part 2 (1972) ... Ray
- The Basic Moment: Part 1 (1972) ... Ray
 1971 Cannon (TV Series)
David Pearson
- Stone, Cold Dead (1971) ... David Pearson
 1969-1971 The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (TV Series)
James Fryman / Paul Mitchell
- Hall of Justice (1971) ... James Fryman
- Shriek of Silence (1969) ... Paul Mitchell
 1970 Night Gallery (TV Series)
Commander Perkins (segment "The Nature of the Enemy")
- Room with a View/The Little Black Bag/The Nature of the Enemy (1970) ... Commander Perkins (segment "The Nature of the Enemy")
 1968-1970 The Virginian (TV Series)
Mooney / Peter Bowers / George Edwards / ...
- Last of the Comancheros (1970) ... Mooney
- Eileen (1969) ... Peter Bowers
- The Price of Love (1969) ... George Edwards
- The Handy Man (1968) ... Cowboy
 1968-1970 Adam-12 (TV Series)
George Calvelli / Off. Bill Stenzler
- Log 135: Arson (1970) ... George Calvelli
- Log 91: You're Not the First Guy's Had the Problem (1968) ... Off. Bill Stenzler
 1968-1970 The Name of the Game (TV Series)
Brian Cargill / Hunter / Hal Martin
- Why I Blew Up Dakota (1970) ... Brian Cargill
- The Prisoner Within (1969) ... Hunter
- Pineapple Rose (1968) ... Hal Martin
 1970 Mannix (TV Series)
Carl Dancik
- The Lost Art of Dying (1970) ... Carl Dancik
 1970 Dan August (TV Series)
Robert Gans
- The King Is Dead (1970) ... Robert Gans
 1970 McCloud (TV Series)
Les Lander
- The Stage Is All the World (1970) ... Les Lander
 1970 The Young Country (TV Movie)
Randy Willis
 1970 Airport
Passenger in Military Uniform (uncredited)
 1969 Angel in My Pocket
Harry Toback
 1968 The Outsider (TV Series)
Stuntman
- One Long-Stemmed American Beauty (1968) ... Stuntman
 1968 It Takes a Thief (TV Series)
Janos
- The Radomir Miniature (1968) ... Janos
 1968 Dragnet 1967 (TV Series)
Off. Martin
- The Big Problem (1968) ... Off. Martin
 1968 Run for Your Life (TV Series)
Policeman
- Saro-Jane, You Never Whispered Again (1968) ... Policeman
 1968 Ironside (TV Series)
Officer Briggs
- To Kill a Cop (1968) ... Officer Briggs
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Personal Details

Other Works:

In 1971, he starred with Jonathan Lippe in an unsold comedy-action pilot for ABC called "Thunderguys." The plot concerned two police officers who were skilled in using motorcycles, scuba gear and other equipment to facilitate their adventures.

Alternate Names:

Richard Van Fleet
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An experimental aircraft, registered to Richard Van Vleet, crashed in Lockwood Valley, CA on March 26, 2010. Neither Richard nor his passenger were hurt - the crash was attributed to mechanical failure. See more »

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