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Richard Kiel
Birthday: September 13, 1939

Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Height: 7' 2"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Richard Kiel. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



We shouldn't say it, but...at seven foot two, American actor Richard Kiel was one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Making the cast-call rounds while working as a nightclub bouncer, Kiel began picking up bit roles in the early '60s. He was the misleadingly altruistic alien in the classic 1962 Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man" (you'll remember that climactic line "It's a cookbook!") and was less prestigiously starred in that masterpiece of bad cinema, Eegah! (1962). Ambling through a series a tough-lug and town-bully roles, Kiel attained full stardom as the menacing, steel-dentured Jaws in the the 1977 James Bond flick The Spy Who Loved Me. So well-received was this appearance that the scriptwriters contrived to bring Jaws back from the dead in the next Bondfest, Moonraker (1979), wherein Kiel becomes a good guy before the end and even gets a girlfriend. In 1992, Richard Kiel turned producer/director (in addition to starring) with the appropriately titled The Giant of Thunder Mountain, a "four waller" which was released on a city-by-city basis.

Movie Credits
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (2004)
[ Pierce Brosnan ][ Willem Dafoe ][ John Cleese ][ Ian Fleming ]
BloodHounds, Inc. #5: Fangs for the Memories (2000)
Return of the Thief of Baghdad (1999)
[ Omar Sharif ][ Jason Connery ]
Inspector Gadget (1999)
[ Matthew Broderick ][ Rupert Everett ][ Andy Dick ][ Rene Auberjonois ][ Dabney Coleman ]
Happy Gilmore (1996)
[ Adam Sandler ][ Ben Stiller ][ Christopher McDonald ][ Carl Weathers ][ Allen Covert ]
The Giant of Thunder Mountain (1991)
[ Jack Elam ][ William Sanderson ]
Think Big (1990)
[ David Carradine ][ Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ][ Michael Winslow ][ Martin Mull ][ Peter Lupus ]
The Princess and the Dwarf (1989)
[ Warwick Davis ][ John Matuszak ][ Dom DeLuise ]
Pale Rider (1985)
[ Clint Eastwood ][ Chris Penn ][ Michael Moriarty ][ Billy Drago ][ Jeffrey Weissman ]
Qing bao long hu men (1985)
Zuijia paidang zhi nuhuang miling (1984)
[ Peter Graves ]
Cannonball Run II (1984)
[ Jackie Chan ][ Burt Reynolds ][ Tony Danza ][ Dean Martin ][ Don Knotts ]
Phoenix (1983)
Hysterical (1983)
[ Bud Cort ][ John Larroquette ][ Bill Hudson ][ John Diehl ][ Keenan Wynn ]
So Fine (1981)
[ Ryan O'Neal ][ Fred Gwynne ][ Jack Warden ]
Moonraker (1979)
[ Roger Moore ][ Desmond Llewelyn ][ Ian Fleming ]
Umanoide, L' (1979)
They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (1978)
Force 10 from Navarone (1978)
[ Harrison Ford ][ Carl Weathers ][ Robert Shaw ][ Edward Fox ][ Franco Nero ]
The Incredible Hulk (1977)
[ Lou Ferrigno ][ Stan Lee ][ Bill Bixby ]
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
[ Roger Moore ][ Desmond Llewelyn ][ Ian Fleming ][ Kevin McNally ][ Jeremy Bullock ]
Silver Streak (1976)
[ Gene Wilder ][ Richard Pryor ][ Fred Willard ][ Patrick McGoohan ][ Ned Beatty ]
Flash and the Firecat (1976)
Gus (1976)
[ Don Knotts ][ Bob Crane ][ Tom Bosley ][ Harold Gould ][ Dick Van Patten ]
Barbary Coast (1975)
[ William Shatner ][ Bill Bixby ][ John Vernon ][ Dennis Cole ]
Bad Medicine (1974)
The Longest Yard (1974)
[ Burt Reynolds ][ Edward Albert ][ Eddie Albert ][ Mike Henry ]
Deadhead Miles (1972)
[ Alan Arkin ][ Terrence Malick ][ Hector Elizondo ][ Charles Durning ]
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970)
[ Jack Nicholson ][ John Cho ][ Bob Newhart ][ Roy Kinnear ]
The Boy Who Stole the Elephant: Part 2 (1970)
The Boy Who Stole the Elephant: Part 1 (1970)
[ Dabbs Greer ]
The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (1970)
[ Dabbs Greer ]
Skidoo (1968)
[ Mickey Rooney ][ Groucho Marx ][ Burgess Meredith ][ Jackie Gleason ][ Slim Pickens ]
Now You See It, Now You Don't (1968)
[ John Aniston ][ Jonathan Winters ]
A Man Called Dagger (1967)
The Night of the Whirring Death (1966)
The Las Vegas Hillbillys (1966)
The Night That Terror Stalked the Town (1965)
The Night the Wizard Shook the Earth (1965)
Lassie's Great Adventure (1965)
Brainstorm (1965)
[ Jeffrey Hunter ][ Dana Andrews ][ Strother Martin ]
The Human Duplicators (1965)
[ George Nader ]
Two on a Guillotine (1965)
[ Cesar Romero ]
The Vulcan Affair (1964)
The Nasty Rabbit (1964)
Roustabout (1964)
[ Elvis Presley ][ Jack Albertson ][ Billy Barty ][ Dabbs Greer ]
House of the Damned (1963)
30 Minutes at Gunsight (1963)
The Nutty Professor (1963)
[ Jerry Lewis ][ Henry Gibson ]
Eegah (1962)
The Magic Sword (1962)
The Phantom Planet (1961)
The Phantom (1961)
[ Lon Chaney Jr. ]


  • He is best known for playing Jaws, a giant and seemingly unstoppable assassin with steel teeth who battled James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979).
  • Original choice to play the title character in the television series "The Incredible Hulk" (1978). After 2 days of filming, it was decided that he was not "bulky" enough for the role. He was paid for the two movies of the week and replaced by Lou Ferrigno. Kiel was happy this happened because he only had sight in one eye and the full contact lens were bothering him.
  • Once said that people are always confusing him with André the Giant, Fred Gwynne ("Herman Munster" from "The Munsters" (1964)), or Ted Cassidy ("Lurch" from "The Addams Family" (1964)), all of whom are deceased.
  • In 1992, he was in a serious automobile accident which affected his auto-balance and now walks using a walking stick or rides a battery powered scooter around if he has to go very far. In the movie Happy Gilmore (1996), he is never seen walking and almost all of his scenes are from the waist up. There are only two full body scenes and both times he is leaning on something. The first is a post, the second is a man.
  • Worked as a bouncer at a Los Angeles nightclub, before being recruited by Arch Hall Sr. for the lead role in Eegah (1962).
  • Owns a film production company in Oakhurst, California.
  • Appeared in a National Geographic special produced by David L. Wolper in which he portrayed Big Foot.
  • His son Richard George appears in the film The Spy Who loved me. He is the little boy on the beach pointing out to the upcoming car that James Bond is driving from the water

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