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Richard Roat, a character actor whose career spanned five decades and included roles in “Seinfeld,” “Friends” and “Dallas,” has died. He was 89
Roat died on Aug. 5 in Orange County, Calif., his wife, Kathy Roat, confirmed to Variety
Roat’s career took off with the early ’60s soap opera “The Doctors,” on which he appeared in 172 episodes as Dr. Jerry Chandler
The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “The Golden Girls,” “The F.B.I.,” “Westworld,” “Kojak,” “St. Elsewhere
Born in Connecticut in 1933, Roat performed on Broadway and at The Public Theatre in Central Park
According to his obituary, he loved music and playing the violin, and he was a whiskey aficionado