|Richard J. Zobel|
June 18, 1952|
West Chester, Pennsylvania
|Died||October 4, 2005(aged 53)|
Zobel was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and moved to New York City for his acting career. He starred in All's Well That Ends Well in the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park in 1978, and on Broadway as Levinsky in Nuts in 1980. He appeared in small film roles, and guest appearances in television series. Zobel was also a singer and a musician.
In 2000, Zobel co-founded Rubber Chicken Cards, which sells online greeting cards that combine voice-over acting with irreverent humor, with fellow actor Steven Rotblatt. Zobel died in October 2005 of cancer.
- Once Upon a Time in America (1984) - Reporter 2
- Teachers (1984) - Propes
- Turk 182 (1985) - TV interviewer
- From the Hip (1987) - Matt Cowens
- Walker (1987) - Lemuel
- To Sleep with a Vampire (1993) - Cabby
- Warlock: The Armageddon (1993) - Barker
- Tall Tale (1995) - Barkeep
- Montana (1998) - Simms