Titans Bio:
Perry King

Titans Character: Richard Willams

First Titans Episode:Pilot

Birth Date: April 30, 1948

Birth City: Alliance, OH USA

Height: 6'

Personal Status: Married to Jamie Elvidge. Divorced from Karen Hryharrow (1967 - 1979)

Wife's job: Jamie works as a motorcycle journalist

Children: 2 (1 daughter with Jamie/1daughter with Karen)

About Richard: The President and C.E.O. of Williams Global Enterprises, Richard is engaged to the sultry Heather. Formerly married to Gwen, Richard is the adoptive father of Chandler and the biological father of Peter, Jenny, and Laurie.

About Perry: Perry King returns to series television as the highly successful patriarch of the Williams clan, whose considerable charm and fortune afford him whatever he wants. Since his feature film debut in 1972 in the title role of Shirley MacLaine's brother in "The Possession of Joel Delaney," King has gone on to starring roles in film, television and on Broadway.

King became a favorite with American television audiences as private eye Cody Allen in the popular NBC series "Riptide" from 1984-1987. In 1995, he starred as Haley Armstrong on "Melrose Place." Most recently, he starred opposite Sean Young in the cable movie "The Cowboy and the Movie Star" and showcased his comic talent in a guest appearance on NBC's "Will & Grace."

After graduating from Yale with a bachelor's degree in Theatre, King headed for New York with a scholarship from the Juilliard School, where he studied with the legendary John Houseman. He made his professional theatrical debut on Broadway when he replaced the lead in "Child's Play." He returned to Broadway in Aaron Sorkin's "A Few Good Men."

In 1974, King came to Hollywood's attention when he played a gang leader in "The Lords of Flatbush," a film which also starred two other young actors, Sylvester Stallone and Henry Winkler. His additional film credits include "Mandingo," "Lipstick," with Margaux and Mariel Hemingway, "Andy Warhol's ‘Bad,'" "The Choirboys," "Class of 1984" and Blake Edwards' hit comedy "Switch."

On television, King received a Golden Globe nomination in 1984 for his role in the cable remake of the classic film, "The Hasty Heart." His television credits also include "Captains and Kings," "She Led Two Lives," "The Prize Pulitzer," "The Good King Wenceslaus," "Hijacked," "Face of Evil" and "Their Second Chance."

King divides his time between his ranch outside Sacramento and his home in Los Angeles where he spends time with his two daughters. He enjoys restoring old cars and motorcycles – and includes among his personal fleet a 1936 BMW motorcycle with sidecar. He is also actively involved in raising money and awareness for the Olive Crest Home for Abused Children.