Sam Richardson

TV Actor

Sam Richardson was born in Detroit, Michigan, United States on January 12th, 1984 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 40, Sam Richardson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1984
United States
Place of Birth
Detroit, Michigan, United States
40 years old
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Actor, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Television Actor, Writer
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Sam Richardson Life

Sam Richardson (born January 12, 1984) is an American actor, writer, and comedian.

In the series Veep and co-starred opposite Tim Robinson, Richard Splett appeared and co-starred in Detroiters.

In 2019, he portrayed Alf in the YouTube Premium series Champaign ILL.

Early life

Richardson was born in Detroit on January 12, 1984, the son of a Ghanaian mother and an African-American father. Barbara-Rose Collins (née Richardson), who in 1990 became Michigan's first black woman to be elected to the United States Congress, was his aunt. Richardson would travel with his parents to Ghana, where his grandfather was a chief and local political leader once or twice a year. He graduated from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy in 2002 and studied theater at Wayne State University.


Sam Richardson Career


Richardson appeared in Detroit and Chicago early in his career. He was known for a variety of characters at Second City, from sight gags to portraits of public figures.

Richardson appeared in six episodes (including the series's conclusion) of The Office and a season 4 episode of Arrested Development after a move to Los Angeles. He has appeared on episodes of Drunk History, New Girl, Teachers, and six episodes of Harder Than It Looks. He played Richard Splett on the HBO political comedy series Veep, first appearing in four episodes as the handler for Selina Meyer during her Iowa book tour. Richardson was made a regular cast member of the show during season 4 after his character received a job in President Meyer's administration as an assistant to the character Jonah. He has appeared in films including We're the Millers, Horrible Bosses 2, Spy, Neighbors 2, Sorority Rising, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, and Ghostbusters.

Comedy Central ordered a pilot for the film Detroiters, which was created by Richardson and Tim Robinson in 2015. Richardson and Robinson, who co-wrote and co-executive produced the film with others, appear on the program. The series's ten episodes were released in the Detroit area in 2016. Richardson and Robinson, in the series, play struggling advertising men in Detroit who produce local television commercials," the Detroit Free Press reports. The idea was influenced in part by the classic Detroit ads they grew up watching, including the Mel Farr Superstar and Gordy from ABC Warehouse campaigns." The Detroiters appeared on television for two seasons before the company's cancellation by Comedy Central in 2018.

Richardson received the Best Performance in a Variety or Sketch Comedy Series (Individual or Ensemble) award at the Canadian Screen Awards in 2016. He was also nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series at the 2015, 2016, and 2018 Screen Actor Guild Awards for his work on Veep, winning the last one. He began playing Alf in the YouTube Premium Series Champaign ILL in 2018. Since 2019, he has appeared in various characters on Netflix's sketch comedy I Believe You Should Leave with Tim Robinson.

Richardson appeared in the main cast of Apple's TV+ mystery comedy series The Afterparty in 2022.


On Black Friday, HSBC apologised after thousands of Brits were locked out of their digital banking services, causing a'real headache', November 25, 2023
After more than 10,000 customers were unable to log into their online accounts yesterday, HSBC has apologised. Many people were unable to participate in the Black Friday sales because of the outage, which began just after 7 a.m. It was also the last Friday of the month, when a large number of employees were paid, leaving them unable to check if payments had been made so they could pay bills. One angry customer wrote on X: 'It's troubling that major banks such as HSBC can go down for so many hours.' I need access to my account.' Another expressed outrage: "Literally the worst timing ever." People were paid and have bills to pay.'

HSBC is out of business: Thousands of angry customers around the United Kingdom are on the Internet, and the banking app is down, November 24, 2023
It's one of the world's most popular banking applications, but it seems that the HSBC app has been offline this morning. The problems started around 08:49 GMT and are impacting customers around the United Kingdom, according to Down Detector. MailOnline tried to use the app but received an error message that read: 'Service is unavailable.' This service is temporarily out of stock. Please try again later today.' HSBC has now confirmed the loss and has said it is now 'investigating as a matter of urgency.'

Cash is back! In the midst of the cost of living crisis, more people are using pounds and pennies for purchases, according to banking executives, September 14, 2023
For the first time, more than half of all payments are being made by debit card, but banking executives argue that it is too early to write off cash. Despite the switch to cards and mobile phone apps, the number of cash transactions increased by around 400,000 to 6.4 billion last year. According to UK Finance, the increase came as more people depended on notes and coins to help them budget in the wake of the cost-of-living crisis.