Character actor, Richard Anderson, was born Richard Norman Anderson on Aug 8, 1926 in Long Branch, NJ. Anderson appeared in over 180 film and TV roles. His best known films include Scaramouche (as Philippe de Valmorin), Dream Wife (as Henry Malvine), Forbidden Planet (as Chief Quinn) and The Long Hot Summer (as Alan Stewart). Anderson died at the age of 91 on Aug 31, 2017 in Beverly Hills, CA .
Lean-faced and brainy-looking, Richard Anderson found a niche as senior officers and wise counsellors in successful TV series (most notably The Six Million Dollar Man) after his days as an MGM contract player were over.(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Illustrated Dictionary of Film Character Actors).
HONORS and AWARDS:.
However he won one Honorary Award in 1981 -- Ben Burtt, Richard L. Anderson .
1926 – 2017By Marisa on Oct 4, 2017 From The Timothy Carey Experience
Better late than never, folks. , Timothy’s co-star in Paths of Glory (1957) (two years later they both appeared in The Gunfight at Dodge City, though not together), passed away on August 31 (my birthday!) of this year at the age of 91. He was of course best known for his role a... Read full article
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Andre Moreau: Well, the grammar is appalling. On the first page you've doubled two negatives, split an infinitive and missed out three commas.
Philippe de Valmorin: Negatives, infinitives, commas... he prattles punctuation while France is in agony!
Chief Engineer Quinn: I'll bet any quantum mechanic in the service would give the rest of his life to fool around with this gadget.
Max Steiner: It just irritates me to see anyone as brilliant as you make a jackass out of himself over someone like Artie Straus.
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