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Richard Belzer’s First wife Dalia Danoch Bio, Nationality, Husband, Job

Richard Belzer’s First wife Dalia Danoch Bio, Nationality, Husband, Job

Facts of Dalia Danoch

Full Name:Dalia Danoch
Profession:Boutique Manager
Country:United States
DivorceRichard Belzer
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Dalia Danoch is a boutique manager by profession who came into the media limelight as the second wife of popular American actor, stand-up comedian, and author, Richard Belzer.

Where is Dalia Danoch from?

Dalia Danoch was born in the United States of America. She must be in her late 60s. by nationality, she has American citizenship and she belongs to the white ethnicity. Moreover, Dalia practices the Christianity religion.

Who was Dalia Danoch married to?

Dalia was married to Richard Belzer. Her ex-husband, Richard was an American actor, stand-up comedian, and author by profession. They got married in presence of their close ones in 1976. She became the second wife of Richard. After living as a married couple for 2 years they got divorced in 1978.

Caption: Dalia Danoch’s ex-husband on the frame (Source: NBC News)

Who was Richard Belzer?

Richard was an American actor, stand-up comedian, and author by profession. He was born on August 4, 1944, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States. His real name was Richard Jay Belzer. He became popular as BPD Detective, NYPD Detective/Sergeant, and DA Investigator John Munch. He also played in the NBC police drama series Homicide: Life on the Street and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Caption: Dalia Danoch’s ex-husband on the frame (Source:

Richard debuts his comedian industry in the comedy show Saturday Night Live. He even got the opportunity to perform in the off-Broadway production of the National Lampoon stage show in 1975. From 1973 to 1975, he became one of the popular performers on the National Lampoon Radio Hour. On WNBC radio, he got a job as co-hosted in Brink & Belzer.

What is Dalia Danoch’s Net Worth?

Dalia might have earned a hefty sum of money from her career as a boutique manager. She earns an annual salary of $40,423, which is the average annual salary of boutique managers in the USA.

Caption: Dalia Danoch’s ex-husband infront of the car (Source: KGUN 9)

Her ex-husband, Richard Belzer had a net worth of $16 million. He had earned this hefty sum of money from his career as an American actor, stand-up comedian, and author. He used to earn average annual earnings of $2.59 million.

How did Richard Belzer pass away?

On February 19, 2023, Richard Belzer left this world. He was living in his house which is located in Bozouls, France. The main reason behind his death is he had been suffering from circulatory and respiratory issues for years. In 1983, he survived testicular cancer.

At the time of his death, he was 78 years old. His death was announced by New York Times as:

“Richard Belzer, Detective Munch on ‘Law & Order: S.V.U.,Dies at 78.”

FAQs of Richard Belzer

Did Richard Belzer have a child?

No, Richard didn’t welcome any children biologically. But, he was the stepfather of Harlee’s children, Bree Benton and Jessica.

Who are Richard Belzer’s wife and Ex-wife?

Richard’s third wife is Harlee McBride. Harle and Richard were in a marital bond from 1985 to 2023. From 1966 to 1972, he was married to Gail Susan Ross. Gail was his first wife.

What was Richard Belzer’s last word to his friend?

Richard’s friend, Bill Scheft confirmed that he was dead at the age of 78. With The Hollywood Reporter, he shared Richard’s last words:

“He had lots of health issues, and his last words were, ‘F–k you, motherf–ker,’”

Why does Richard Belzer always wear sunglasses?

Richard used to wear sunglasses at the time because his eyes are very sensitive to light. he sued to wear glasses because of his problem of not being cool.

Did Richard Belzer write a book?

Yes, Richard wrote a book. Some of his popular books are Hit List: An In-Depth Investigation into the Mysterious Deaths of Witnesses to the JFK Assassination, I Am Not a Cop!, Dead Wrong: Straight Facts on the Country’s Most Controversial Cover-Ups, and UFOs, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don’t Have to Be Crazy to Believe.