Richard Roat Died on August 5 at the Age of 89, leaving the world in Shock

Richard Roat, the Dallas actor, and the Seinfeld star passed away at the age of 89 earlier this month on August 5, as confirmed by the family.
He died in Orange County, CA as told by his family members.

Richard Roat Died on August 5 at the Age of 89, leaving the world in Shock
Richard Roat Died on August 5 at the Age of 89, leaving the world in Shock

The reason for the death of Richard Roat is still not unknown in public purview, but in his last days, he spent most of his time with his family in California being away from the limelight.

Richard has appeared in more than 135 shows in his 50-year-long career. His remarkable appearances in TV shows like Seinfeld, Friends, Cheers, Murphy, Brown, Hawaii Five-O, Dallas, and Happy Days remain fresh in the minds of his fans who remember the actors in his sad demise.

“His greatest love was his family. Richard was fortunate to marry the love of his life, his true soulmate, Kathy.” read an obituary released by the LA times.

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