Actor Richard Rowat of Friends and Golden Girls dies at the age of 89

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Richard Rowat, who acted in such famous shows as “Friends”, “Golden Girls” and “Seinfeld”, has passed away. According to his obituary, he “died suddenly” at the age of 89.

With more than 135 acting roles to his name, Rawat has portrayed many characters in TV, movies and even on Broadway.

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Jay Leno and Richard Rowat were portrayed together in the TV movie “Almost Heaven”.
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His last acting credit was on “24” in 2009. In addition to his work in front of the camera, Rawat also worked as an entertainment tax preparer.

At the time of his death, he had just celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary with his wife Cathy.

“His family was his greatest love, as he shared his unparalleled sense of humour, intelligence, and enthusiasm for life,” says his obituary.

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Richard Rowat is photographed here with James B. Seeking "Hill Street Blues."

Richard Rowat is pictured here with James B. Seeking in “Hill Street Blues.”
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Rawat has also been described as love Arts Playing the violin, enjoying the theater and enjoying a good whiskey.

Richard Rowat appeared in a TV movie, "Entertainment and games."

Richard Rowat appeared in the TV movie “Fun and Games”.
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Other credits accumulated during his life include his appearance in “days of our lifeand “generations,” “baywatch,” “breed,” and “cheers.”

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