Stella Richman Net Worth

Stella Richman Net Worth is
$13 Million

Stella Richman Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Stella Richman (9 November 1922 – 24 May 2002) was a British television producer.Originally an actress, she had a bit part in the second episode of The Quatermass Experiment in 1953, Richman was appointed as a script editor to work on single plays at ATV by Lew Grade in 1960. Grade's sole condition was that her commissions did not gain disastrous ratings. According to Frederic Raphael, "Richman proved, by her demanding eclecticism, that quality was not the enemy of popularity. Since there could (and can) be no rules for what the public liked, she assumed that, if she gave them the best work she could find, they would like that." In particular she was responsible for overseeing the Love Story anthology series in its early years. Moving to Associated Rediffusion around 1964, she became their Head of Series, and created a genre which critic Philip Purser termed 'Our Story'. At the new London Weekend Television she oversaw a six-part series of television plays, The Company of Five (1968), which featured a central group of five actors. The series featured works by Leon Griffiths, Roy Minton, Alun Owen, Dennis Potter (Shaggy Dog), and C. P. Taylor.In 1970, as Director of Programming at LWT, she was the first woman to be appointed to the board of an ITV contractor. A longstanding acquaintance of actress Jean Marsh, she commissioned the series Upstairs, Downstairs which Marsh had co-created. Richman's period at LWT was short lived. Reportedly sacked by Rupert Murdoch, then in effective control of the company, she went independent, renewing an association with David Frost, and was responsible for projects such as Jennie, Lady Randolph Churchill (1974) starring Lee Remick. For Thames she oversaw Trevor Griffiths serial Bill Brand (1976) and for ATV, Clayhanger (1976), a 26 part dramatisation of the Arnold Bennett cycle of novels.Stella Richman married three times; her first husband was the actor Alec Clunes. With her second husband Victor Brusa she established the White Elephant Club, a restaurant and drinking club of which she was chairwoman from 1960-68.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 9, 1922
Place Of BirthLondon, England, UK
ProfessionProducer, Actress
SpouseAlec Clunes
Star SignScorpio
1Ran showbiz rendezvous The White Elephant Club in London, with Victor Brusa, until his death.


Just William1977-1978TV Series executive producer - 27 episodes
Fathers and Families1977TV Mini-Series produced in association with - 6 episodes
Bill Brand1976TV Mini-Series executive producer - 11 episodes
Clayhanger1976TV Series executive producer - 26 episodes
Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill1974TV Mini-Series executive producer - 7 episodes
Miss Nightingale1974TV Movie producer
Six Faces1972TV Series producer - 6 episodes
ITV Saturday Night Theatre1970TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
The Company of Five1968TV Series producer - 6 episodes
Half Hour Story1967-1968TV Series producer - 33 episodes
The Ronnie Barker Playhouse1968TV Series producer - 6 episodes
A Man of our Times1968TV Series executive producer - 13 episodes
The Gamblers1967-1968TV Series executive producer - 20 episodes
The Informer1966-1967TV Series executive producer - 21 episodes
Sanctuary1967TV Series executive producer
Blackmail1965-1966TV Series producer - 17 episodes
Love StoryTV Series producer - 16 episodes, 1963 - 1964 executive producer - 5 episodes, 1963 - 1965
The Hidden Truth1964TV Series producer - 13 episodes


The Bill1996TV SeriesMrs. Dunn
The House of Bernarda Alba1991TV MovieMourner
Screen One1989TV SeriesMrs. Ellerman
Prick Up Your Ears1987Woman in Gallery 2
Starr and Company1958TV SeriesJennie
The Grove Family1956TV SeriesMiss Webster
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre1953-1954TV SeriesGiulietta / Louchenka
Glad Tidings1953Anna
The Quatermass Experiment1953TV SeriesHospital Sister
The Boy with a Cart1951TV MovieMildred
The Golden Door1951TV MovieSadie Felderman


Director: Alan Clarke1991Documentary shortHerself
Review1972TV Series documentaryHerself - Competition Judge

Nominated Awards

1976Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Limited SeriesJennie: Lady Randolph Churchill (1974)

Known for movies

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