Starred in a sitcom pilot called "The Friday Night Group". The plot concerned a group of mismatched friends meet to play cards, discuss the day's events and the problems in their lives.
Dick & Fannie | Dick Sargeant | Richard Sargeant | Richard Sargent
6' 2" (1.88 m)
| McNaughton, Ruth
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[on Agnes Moorehead
] She was very set in her ways and I had to really make her my friend. About the third or fourth show I was in she said to people in front of me, "They should never meddle with success." Meaning Dick York
should never have been replaced, which I thought was a very cruel and unthinking thing to say in front of me. But that was her. She came to rehearsals with a Bible in one hand...
By chance became a "retroactive role model" for gays when he outed himself in 1991, after decades of keeping his personal life hidden. Suffering from prostate cancer, Sargent was compelled by a tabloid article indicating he had AIDS to "come out" and set the record straight, for which he received considerable public support. In 1992, his old friend and ex-TV wife, Elizabeth Montgomery
, joined him...
Thick nasally, commanding voice.