Richard "Rick" Roman (1966–1992) was an actor and improvisational comedian from Philadelphia. While attending Temple University, Roman began his career in comedy partnering with Paul F. Tompkins in Philadelphia at The Comedy Works.
In 1989, Roman moved to Chicago. There, he worked with the ImprovOlympic and was a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade. His comedic style was described as similar to Andy Kaufman, and noted for always being 'in character'.
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