Richard O'Sullivan

Richard O'Sullivan

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Richard O'Sullivan (born 7 May 1944, Chiswick, Middlesex) is an English comedy actor who is probably best known to British and Australian audiences for his role as Robin Tripp in the 1970s sitcoms Man About the House (1973–1976) and Robin's Nest and as the title character in the period family adventure series Dick Turpin.O'Sullivan also starred in Doctor at Large, Doctor in Charge, Trouble in Mind, Alcock and Gander and Me and My Girl.

Early life

Richard O'Sullivan's early education was at St. John the Evangelist's RC primary school in Brentford, Middlesex. After a family holiday in Ireland as a boy, O'Sullivan returned with a strong Irish accent and was sent to the famous Corona Theatre School to try to get rid of it, thus starting a distinguished acting career. He appeared in his first film at the age of eight.


His earliest recognised work was the film It's Great to Be Young where he appeared alongside John Mills. He appeared alongside Keith Michell and Belinda Lee in the 1957 opulent swashbuckler, Dangerous Exile as Louis XVII, the ten-year-old son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Also during 1957, he co-starred alongside Richard Greene in two episodes of the...
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