His final film was Stanley's Dinosaur Round-Up (2006), an animated direct-to-DVF film based off the television series, which was released posthumously.
Ritter attended Hollywood High School, where he was student body president. After his graduation from USC in 1970, his first TV acting experience was a campus revolutionary in the TV series, Dan August, starring Burt Reynolds and future Three's Company co-star Norman Fell.
Season 3, Episode 3July 13, 2016Nicole acts possessive of David when he brings two women to the house; Natalie's feelings for Zakk intensify, but Zakk's insecurity surfaces when he meets the two new men in Natalie's life.
Season 3, Episode 1June 29, 2016In the Season 3 premiere, two new singles, Natalie and David, arrive in Bora Bora on a quest for love.
Later, David and Sarah's new romance is tested after he brings two other ladies back to the house.
Season 3, Episode 8August 18, 2016The friction between Natalie and David comes to a head.
Later, David goes on an aerial-yoga date with a dancer, then snorkels with a shy Brooklynite; and Natalie windsurfs with a spiritualist, then goes on a date with a clothing designer from Seattle.
Ritter appeared in over one hundred films and television series combined and performed on Broadway, with notable roles in It (1990), Problem Child (1990), Problem Child 2 (1991), and Bad Santa in 2003 (his final live action film which was dedicated to his memory).
In 2002, Don Knotts called Ritter the "greatest physical comedian on the planet".