The actor Richard Kiel passed away at age 74, this age of death has to be considered respectable. What was the cause of death? Below is all you want to know regarding the death of Richard Kiel and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Richard Kiel net worth and salary: Richard Kiel was an American actor who had a net worth of $500 thousand dollars. Richard Kiel was born in Detroit, Michigan, and worked as a bouncer and cemetery plot salesman before breaking into Hollywood in the early 60s. He launched film and television careers almost simultaneously, with a guest-starring role on the television series “Laramie”, followed up by a role in the feature film, “The Phantom Planet”.
How did Richard Kiel die?
Richard Kiel's death was caused by heart attack.
His website states his religious conversion helped him to overcome alcoholism. On September 10, 2014, three days short of his 75th birthday, Kiel died at St. Agnes Medical Center in Fresno, California, of a heart attack. The week before, he had been admitted to the hospital for a broken leg.
|Cause of death
|Age of death
|Actor, Author, Salesperson, Security guard, Teacher, Voice Actor
|September 13, 1939
|September 10, 2014
|Place of death
|Saint Agnes Medical Center
|Place of burial
Quotes by Richard Kiel
"Once a Bond fan, always a Bond fan."Richard Kiel
"To be loved is important as is having a sense of accomplishment but to love is equally important in life especially when it is combined with taking action to do something for someone else to make their life better."Richard Kiel
"I am actually 7 foot and and one-half inches tall. I say Seven two because it's easier. Unlike some tall skinny guys I am really 'big' weighing around 350 pounds."Richard Kiel
"It is always more fun to play a bad guy than to be yourself as you can create a character unlike your own and be someone you are not for a change."Richard Kiel
"Not only did God deliver me from the bondage of alcoholism, he also blessed my family financially because of my commitment to honor what he had done for me and for not doing what I believed could possibly be destructive to others."Richard Kiel