Tom Richards (actor)

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Tom Richards
Born Thomas Richards.
22nd March, 1948 (age 69)
Brisbane, Queensland
Other names Thomas Richards
Occupation Actor

Thomas Richards (22 March 1948)[1] credited as Tom Richards is an Australian actor, best known for his appearances on television. he remains best known as David Palmer in 1980s soap opera Sons and Daughters from 1982 until 1986

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He played Detective Steve York in Network Ten police drama Matlock Police in the 1970s. After that series was cancelled he had a regular role in soap opera The Box during its final year in 1977, befogging joining Sons and Daughters. He later played Lawrie Benson in Network Ten soap opera Richmond Hill for most of its 12 month run in 1988. Richards also had guest roles in many popular TV series including The Young Doctors, The Sullivans (in episode 194 in 1977), A Country Practice and Home and Away, during the first season in 1988 as Graham Ridge and a more prominent role as Murdock "Mud" Roberts in 1995.

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