About Patricia Richardson
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The actress was born in 1951 in Maryland. In 1973, she graduated from Southern Methodist University. Patricia Richardson started her career as an actress on stage when she appeared in the Broadway show called “Gypsy: A Musical Fable”. Patricia Richardson then was chosen to portray roles in some TV programs, including “Quantum Leap”, “Double Trouble”, “Kate and Allie” and “The Equalizer”. Patricia Richardson appeared in the popular sitcom called “The Cosby Show”, but she only had one part in one episode. The actress is known from some movies, too, in which she appeared at about the same time as worked on TV, called “You Better Watch Out” and “C.H.U.D.”.
In 1991, she became mostly known when she got a role in the ABC production called “Home Improvement”. These series also became one of the main sources of increasing the total amount of Patricia Richardson net worth. After she ended working on this show, the actress continued to appear in movies on TV. In 2002, she got the role of Dr. Andy Campbell, which she portrayed in the Lifetime drama production called “Strong Medicine”. In this show, Patricia Richardson replaced another actress, Janine Turner. Patricia Richardson appeared in the series up until 2005.
After that, the actress got the role of Sheila Brooks in the last few seasons of the show on NBC called “The West Wing”. Then, she became known from another show, called “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, in which she acted in the first season. In 2008, she debuted as a producer, when she worked on the video documentary film called “Long Story Short”. In 2010, the actress starred in the TV movie called “The Jensen Project”. One year later, she was chosen to appear in another TV movie called “Bringing Ashley Home”. In this movie, she appeared with Jennifer Morrison and AJ Cook. Thus, all of these appearances not only made Patricia Richardson more known, but also increased the total estimate of Patricia Richardson net worth. Her latest appearances include films, such as “Smart Cookies”, “Snow Bride” and “Avarice”.