Richard William Burgi is an American actor known for his work in television and film. He was born on July 30, 1958, in Montclair, New Jersey. Burgi has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies, often playing roles that showcase his versatility as an actor. Burgi's acting career began in the late 1980s with guest appearances on popular TV shows such as "Murder, She Wrote," "Matlock," and "The Flash." He gained recognition for his role as Chad Rollo on the soap opera "Another World" from 1986 to 1988. One of Burgi's most notable roles came in 1995 when he joined the cast of the popular primetime soap opera "Melrose Place." He portrayed the character of Kyle McBride, a charismatic and complex doctor, from the show's fourth season until its final season in 1999. His performance on "Melrose Place" earned him a dedicated fan base and solidified his presence on television. Following his success on "Melrose Place," Burgi continued to make appearances on various TV shows such as "The Sentinel," "24," "Desperate Housewives," and "Harper's Island." He often portrayed characters with layers and intensity, ranging from heroic figures to villains. In addition to his television work, Richard Burgi has also appeared in several films. Some of his notable movie credits include "Cellular," "In Her Shoes," and "Hostel: Part II." Burgi has demonstrated his talent beyond acting and has also worked as a voice actor. He provided the voice for the character of Jerry Langford in the video game adaptation of the film "The King of Comedy." While Burgi has primarily worked in television and film, he has also made appearances in theater productions, showcasing his versatility as a performer. In his personal life, Richard Burgi has been married twice. He was previously married to Lori Kahn from 1995 to 2002, and they have two children together. In 2012, he married Liliana Lopez, and they have one child.