Robert Ri'chard (Robert Andrew Ri'chard) is an American actor and tv personality. He was born on 7 January 1983, in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is best recognized for his work on the UPN sitcom One on One as Arnaz Ballard and Nickelodeon's Cousin Skeeter as Bobby Walker.
He rose to prominence as a result of his outstanding athletic prowess in the films such as ''Coach Carter". He's well known in the film industry for the relative success he's had at such a young age.
Robert Andrew Ri'chard
Date of Birth
7 January 1983
Los Angeles, California, USA
actor and tv personality
Family and Early Life:
Ri'chard was the son of a basketball player, Jack Ri'chard and gym instructor, Beverly Ric'hard. He attended Palms Middle School for his education.
He was a fantastic basketball player but he had no desire to make it his career. He appeared on The Voice for the first time in 1999. Since then, he has been in a number of films including, Who's Your Daddy, House Of Wax, and A Beautiful Soul.
The estimated net worth of actor Robert Ri'chard is around $1 million. He makes his earnings through his successful career in the entertainment industry. He has appeared in 62 films and television programs.
He receives endorsements and sponsorships in addition to his impressive earnings as an actor.
Robert Ri'chard had dated two of his co-star actresses, Kyla Pratt and Vivica Fox.
Currently, he is in a relationship with Meg Ellspermann. They have been dating since 2009. She is a former professional boxer and also a creator of Elite Performance Medixine, wellness, and fitness. They've openly shared pictures of each other on Instagram, showing their love for each other.
Ri'chard made his acting debut in a guest role on the tv sitcom Hangin. He has appeared in series such as Touched by an Angel and Nash Bridges. Some other television shows where he appeared are Boston Public, Touched by an Angel, CSI: Miami, My Wife and Kids, and Jamie Foxx Show.
He has also appeared in reality series such as All That Live (100th episode), Figure it Out (1,3, and 4 seasons). He had the chance to show off his basketball talent on Nickelodeon's Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal.
Furthermore, he has appeared in more than 18 films, including Coach Carter, Chocolate City, The Burrowers, The Feast of All Saints. He has also created a film named "The Otto" and has given his voice to the film Our Friend, Martin.
He starred in the first season of the fantasy police drama Lucifer in 2016. He also worked in iZombie and Kinky.
Moreover, He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award and Young Artist Award.