Wiki & Bio
|Full Name||Richard Scott Harmon.|
|Gained fame||Fakes. (2022)|
|Date of Birth||August 18, 1991.|
|Birth Place||Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.|
|Parents||Mother: Cynde Harmon.|
Father: Allan Harmon.
|Sibling||Sister: Jessica Harmon|
|Height||Height: 5' 9½.|
In centimeters: 177 cm.
In meters: 1.77 m.
Pounds: 159 lbs.
|Short Films| Movies||School of Life.|
Trick 'r Treat.
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.
If I Had Wings.
Game, Set, Love.
I Still See You.
The Age of Adaline.
Da Vinci's City Hall.
Aliens in America.
|Net Worth||3.78 Million USD.|
Richard Harmon (born on August 18, 1991) is quite a famous actor, and you might have seen him somewhere or the other; he mostly loves to play characters in thriller & horror movies and series, but he is gradually widening his range with romantic projects.
This Canadian actor has shown his remarkable acting in “The 100,” ” The Killing,” “If I Had Wings,” “The Age of Adaline,” and “Puppet Killer,” he has several credits under his name. His versatile acting can be seen in his recent role in “Fakes” as Tryst, a Netflix dark comedy series.
He has achieved a lot in a short time; here is all you need to know about his journey through film.
Richard Scott Harmon, also known as Richard Harmon, was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (on August 18, 1991) hails from a talented family; everyone is a part of the entertainment business somewhere or the other, and his father, Allan Harmon a successful director and mother Cynde Harmon a director and producer, his sister, Jessica Harmon too is a Canadian actress, she has even co-starred in the series “The 100,” along with her brother, recently she has taken an interest in directing as well.
Whether, Richard comes from an entertainment background, but he has never used this to get his way around things; whatever stardom he has today is entirely self-made; Harmon entered the industry at the age of 9 and has made it a point to stick around doing what he loves to do right till the end.
The Leo Awards Winner Actor Richard Harmon started his career with a small role in “Jeremiah,” he waited two years to land his second role in 2005, opposite Ryan Reyonals in “School of Life,” he was just 11 years old. His career had already begun; Richard did a few minor roles in “Painkiller Jane,” “Da Vinci’s City Hall,” “To Be Fat Like Me,” “Aliens in America,” and by the time he was 15, he had decided to quit acting and try something only after one last audition for a film, “Trick ‘r Treat.”
It was here that he realized how much he loved acting and his love for horror films grew as well; seeing the whole process of everything being made from scratch and the result turning out to be so good motivated him to audition for more roles and bagged all the parts he applied for, a few being “Wolf Canyon,” “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” “Riese,” “Triple Dog,” “Tower Prep,” “Judas Kiss,” and many more.
In 2021 things for him began to change as he was offered a small but significant role in “The Killing,” a TV series as Jasper Ame; he began to gain recognition after this, and his performance was praised to such an extent that it got him into 5 influential films, “Grave Encounters 2,” “The Wishing Tree,” “One Foot in Hell,” “Evangeline,” “Forever 16.”
He then landed a lead in the film “If I Had Wings,” he played the role of Alex Taylor, a blind teen who wanted to become a runner; his role touched many hearts as it was completely different from what he was seen doing it was a shift from thriller to family/drama, and critics highly appreciated his character.
And as quickly he had jumped out of horror, he jumped right back into it; with roles in “Bates Mote,” “Cruel & Unusual,” “Clue: A Movie Mystery Adventure,” he had a change of genre with “The Age of Adaline.” Still, he stuck to thrillers with “Continuum,” “The Hollow,” and “Prodigals,” he got noteworthy movies in 2018, “I Still See You,” “The Clinic,” “Puppet Killer,” “Woodland,” and a little role in “Van Helsing,” a TV series.
In 2020 Harmon had a breakthrough after the release of the Netflix series “The 100,” where he was supposed to be in the cast for just a few episodes but ended up being a regular and gained a whole new set of fans by playing the role of John Murphy; he then entered the Hallmark Channel with a romantic movie, “Game, Set, Love,” recently he is part of yet another Netflix series, “Fakes,” alongside Emilija Baranac and Jennifer Tong.
Richard Harmon In The Metaverse
Harmon is a part of the world’s first-ever live-action digital series; it is NFT-integrated; he will be seen in the unique “GenZeroes,” this series is a collision of Web3, NFTs, and entertainment; the series revolves around the concept of how planet Erth is left in ruins after an alien species invaded its surface, it is set 200 years in the future.
At the same time, 10 factions battle it to save the human race. Richard plays the role of Vigo, along with other cast members like Nicole Muñoz, Mark Hildreth, and Praneet Akilla. People can view this saga on GenZeroe’s website; one must have House of Kibaa/GenZeroes NFT in their crypto wallet to gain a day to day access.
Richard Harmon is not so private regarding his love life, and he is currently dating Rhiannon Fish, who was also his co-star on the series “The 100,” it is supposedly there that they met and grew a liking for each other, his first post was wishing her for her birthday, on March 14, 2019, they began posting pictures together from April and have been together since the last 4 years.
Richard Harmon Q&A
Que: What is Richard Harmon’s age?
Ans: Harmon is 32-year-old.
Que: What role does Richard Harmon play in “Fakes”?
Ans: He plays the role of Tryst.
Que: What is Richard Harmon’s height?
Ans: 5′ 9½.”
Que: What is Richard Harmon’s net worth?
Ans: 3.78 Million USD.
Que: Is Richard Harmon on Instagram?
Ans: Yes (@richardsharmon).