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Richard Libertini was a stage and screen actor from the 1960s to the 2010s (almost always in comedy roles). He was born in 1933, and after graduating from college, he became a trumpet player, but he joined with former classmates MacIntyre Dixon and Lynda Segal to create Stewed Prunes, the 1960 off-Broadway stage play comedy revue. It was very successful, running for a year in New York. They then took it on the road, and Libertini was asked to join the Second City Improvisational Theatre Group. He spent several years appearing in stage plays, and had some great roles in TV shows like "Mary Hartman" and "Soap". His most memorable performance was as the Spanish-American dictator in "The In-Laws" in 1979! Libertini passed away in 2016 at the age of 82.
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