Richard McKenzie appeared as Jack, an investment banker and ex-con who dates Dorothy in the Season 6 episode of "The Golden Girls" titled "Wham, Bam, Thank You, Mammy".
|Born:||June 7, 1932|
|Birthplace:||Chattanooga, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Appeared on/Involved with:||The Golden Girls in guest appearances|
|Characer/appeared as:||Jack (Dorothy's date)|
|Episodes appeared in:||"Wham, Bam, Thank You Mammy" in season 6|
Richard McKenzie (born on June 7, 1932 - ) appeared as Jack (Dorothy's date), an arranged investment banker date of Dorothy's, who's an ex-con, whom she goes out with, on the hit NBC-TV sitcom series The Golden Girls in season 6.
Of the many roles he played over the course of his extensive career in film, television and the theatre, Richard also the role of Judge Robert McCrary in the film Gideon's Trumpet (1980), as well as roles the films Corvette Summer) (1978), Callie & Son (1981), Dark Night of the Scarecrow, (1981) and In Love and War (1987). Richard also played the role of Father Guarini in the TV movie Child Of Darkness Child Of Light (1991), and the comedy/drama film Some Kind of Hero, where he appeared opposite film co-stars Richard Pryor and Margot Kidder in 1982.
Amongst his many television acting credits include appearances on such popular TV shows as the popular ABC-TV series Three's Company, Grace Under Fire, and Too Close For Comfort, as well as NBC-TV's Highway To Heaven, and The Facts of Life and CBS's All in The Family, The Jeffersons, One Day At A Time, and an appearance on Judging Amy in 2002, which was his last TV appearance to date. McKenzie also appeared in the 1979 NBC-TV miniseries Ike: The War Years, as well as the critically acclaimed, Emmy-Award-winning 1977 ABC-TV miniseries Roots as Sam Harvey, former owner of Tom Harvey (George Stanford Brown) an ancestor of Roots author Alex Haley, and his family in Tennessee, which, ironically is McKenzie's home state.