Stan Kirsch Wiki – Bio
Kirsch was born in New York City, New York. He began acting as a young child. His first acting job was at the age of 4 when he appeared in some Campbell’s soup television commercials. Kirsch appeared in the short-lived Saturday morning TV series Riders in the Sky and on the soap opera General Hospital in 1992. He has made guest appearances in some TV shows including JAG, Family Law, and Friends.
Stan Kirsch Age
He was 51 years old.
Stan Kirsch Career
Kirsch’s character in “Highlander” played the young sidekick to Duncan McLeod, the lead character.
The Los Angeles County coroner said Kirsch appears to have taken his own life, media reports said.
Kirsch also appeared in an episode of “Friends,” playing Monica’s boyfriend, Ethan, who shocks her by revealing he is a high school student.
The actor also appeared in episodes of “Jag,” “Invincible” and “Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction.”
“Without Stan Kirsch, Highlander: The Series would have been far less,” they said. “He brought a sense of humour, kindness and youthful enthusiasm to the character of Richie Ryan for six seasons.”
Kirsch’s final acting role, voicing several characters in the animated series Invincible, came in 2009.
He made his debut as director and producer in 2004 with the film Straight Eye: The Movie. He went on to found his Los Angeles-based studio and acting school with Green in 2008, helping other actors into screen and stage roles.
Cause of Death
tan Kirsch, best known for playing Richie Ryan for six seasons in the 1990s fantasy TV series “Highlander,” was found dead in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Kirsch also served as an acting coach at his own company, Stan Kirsch Acting Studios, which announced his death in a Facebook post.
The Highlander official Facebook page paid tribute to Kirsch on Monday, “Although Richie Ryan’s life was cut short on the show, there was little more to see; Richie Ryan had evolved into his own man, and it was Stan’s performance that made it true. … Every time we had the opportunity to catch up with Stan, he was nothing but kind, thoughtful and sincere. He was a warm presence that will be missed.”