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Reg Richards Net Worth

Reg Richards Net Worth is
$13 Million

Reg Richards Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Reg M. Richards (born 14 December 1917, date of death unknown) was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL).Richards was recruited from Clifton Hill CYMS but came from the country town of Blackwood. He started his career at South Melbourne as an 18 year old in 1936 but wasn't a regular fixture in the team until 1940.He was a rover for South Melbourne in the 1945 VFL Grand Final "bloodbath", which they lost to Carlton. After playing all 20 home and away games, he had missed the semi-final with influenza but recovered in time to be selected for the grand final, taking the place of Max Blumfield.In 1947, his final season, he missed eight games through suspension, following a fight with Fitzroy's Noel Price during their round six encounter. Price, who was also suspended for eight weeks, left Richards with a broken nose. Once his VFL career ended he moved to the country and became playing coach of the Ballarat Football Club as playing coach.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of Birth1917-12-14
Died1991-09-07
Place Of BirthBlackwood
ProfessionArt Department

Art Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shining Through1992supervising carpenter - as Reginald Richards
King Ralph1991chargehand carpenter
Dealers1989construction manager
Cry Freedom1987construction manager
National Lampoon's European Vacation1985construction captain
Insignificance1985construction manager
The First Olympics: Athens 18961984TV Mini-Series construction manager - 1 episode
The Last Days of Pompeii1984TV Mini-Series construction coordinator - 3 episodes
The Ploughman's Lunch1983construction
The Hunger1983supervising carpenter
History of the World: Part I1981construction manager: French Revolution sequence
The Elephant Man1980construction manager
Dracula1979construction manager
The Legacy1978construction manager
The Omen1976construction manager

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