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Munch's TV Legacy
Richard Belzer's iconic role as Detective John Munch began in 1993 on NBC's critically acclaimed, Baltimore-based crime drama, "Homicide: Li…
While still maintaining his presence on "Homicide," John Munch crossed over as a recurring detective on "Law & Order," appearing in four epi…
Detective Munch also found time to guest star on an episode of the paranormal series, "The X-Files" in 1997.
Munch made his movie debut in "Homicide: The Movie" (2000) after the series ended its seven-season run on NBC.
Detective Munch transitioned to New York City in 1999 where he joined "Law & Order: SVU." During his 15-year tenure on SVU, Munch was promot…
In 2000, Munch appeared in an episode of "The Beat," another crime drama set in New York City.
Munch guest starred on "Law & Order: Trial by Jury" in 2005, adding a third "Law & Order" property to his résumé.
One year later, Munch crossed over into comedy, appearing in an episode of irreverent sitcom "Arrested Development."
Detective Munch returned to Baltimore in 2008 for an episode of HBO's "The Wire."
NBC's Emmy-winning sitcom "30 Rock" borrowed Munch in 2011 for yet another comedic guest-starring role.
Continuing his march through every genre of TV, Munch found his likeness parodied on "Sesame Street" in a sketch entitled "Law & Order: Spec…
Over the span of 21 years, Richard Belzer has played Munch in a world record-setting 11 different television programs.
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