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Richard Anderson Overview:

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). As of December 2016, Richard Anderson was 90 years old.

MINO BIO:

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:

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However he won one Honorary Award in 1981 -- Ben Burtt, Richard L. Anderson .

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Richard Anderson Quotes:

Max Steiner: It just irritates me to see anyone as brilliant as you make a jackass out of himself over someone like Artie Straus.


Alan Stewart: My people have stood off Indians, Yankees, carpetbaggers. The least they could expect of me is to stand up to a Varner.


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.


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Richard Anderson Facts
Studied at the Actors Laboratory in Los Angeles, which later became the Actors Studio in New York.

In July 2005, appeared as a guest at the Western Film Fair in Charlotte, North Carolina along with Ty Hardin, Henry Darrow, Donna Douglas, Elena Verdugo, Jo Morrow, Ed Nelson and Lorna Gray.

Influenced to become an actor after seeing Gary Cooper on the screen, his initial screen test for MGM was from Cooper's The Cowboy and the Lady (1938). He later had the privilege of meeting the star.

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