Richard Roat, a well-known actor, just passed away at the age of 89. His passing on August 5 was confirmed by his family.

However, the reason for his passing was not made public at the time, and it was unclear whether he passed away in a hospital or at home.

Roat achieved fame for his appearances on a number of sitcoms, including Seinfeld, Friends, Cheers, Murphy Brown, Dallas, and Hawaii Five-O.

Roat, who was born on July 3, 1993, played a few different characters on television, including Dr. Jerry Chandler, in a series premiere.

Then he appeared as a special guest on an episode of the ABC crime drama The Fugitive.

Additionally, the programme received a nomination for five Emmy Awards and won the award for Outstanding Dramatic Series in 1966.

Throughout the 1970s, Richard continued to make appearances on a variety of programmes, such as Charlie's Angels, The Bob Newhart Show, and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

In the 80s and 90s, Richard Roat's name became well-known in the entertainment sphere.

In the 1978 television movie Almost Heaven, Richard appeared opposite Eva Gabor, Robert Hays, and Jay Leno.

Later, he appeared as a professor's colleague in an episode of the hit television programme Friends.