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Richard Harmon Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki & More

Updated On : August 16, 2018

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Short Biography

Richard Scott Harmon was born on 18th August 1991 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. He is a famous Canadian Actor and Producer. He is best known for his character John Murphy in CW's The 100. 

Other Name: Richard Scott Harmon
Other Professions: Television Actor

Richard Harmon Complete Bio & Career

He was born in a filmy family as his parents are producer Cynde Harmon and director Allan Harmon; his sister to is an actress, Jessica Harmon.
He made his acting debut when he was just 12 years old with the Television Series Jeremiah. He made his film debut with the film titled School of Life which was released in the year 2005. He appeared in many TV Serials and Television films. The famous TV serials that he has acted in are Da Vinci’s City Hall, Flash Gordon, Smallville, Fringe and Clue among others. His most noted role thus far in TV serials is his role of John Murphy in The 100. The most famous movie that he has worked in is If I Had Wings. The movie was a hit and he too received heavy praises for the same.
Apart from acting he is also a sports buff and avidly follows American Football.

Richard Harmon Family, Relatives and Other Relations

She was born to Allan Harmon and Harmon Cynde. He has one sister named Jessica Harmon.

Life's Important Dates Of Richard Harmon

Body Measurements

Breast Size 32
Waist Size 28
Hip Size 34
Body Figure 32-28-34
Skin Colour Fair
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown


Favorite Color Black
Favorite Food Non Veg Food

Richard Harmon Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown

31 years, 7months, 14 days old age Richard Harmon will turn 32 on 18 August, 2023. Only 4 months, 16 days, 19 hours,31 minutes has left for his next birthday.

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Richard Harmon has celebrated the total number of 32 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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