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Richard Lane

Richard Lane
Surnom Dick Lane
Rice Lake (Wisconsin)
Drapeau des États-Unis
Décès (à 83 ans)
Newport Beach, Californie
Profession Acteur

Richard Lane (né le à Rice Lake, Wisconsin et mort le à Newport Beach, en Californie) est un acteur américain.


Connu également sous le nom de Dick Lane, Richard Lane a été annonceur à la télévision américaine et acteur. Il a laissé son empreinte notamment en commentant des matchs de lutte et de roller derby sur KTLA-TV, principalement du Grand Auditorium olympiques de Los Angeles, en Californie.


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