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Also Known As: Died: August 31, 2017
Born: August 8, 1926 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Long Branch, New Jersey, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1944:
Served in US Army during WWII
1946:
Made stage debut carrying a spear in "Volpone" at a Hollywood theatre
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Began acting in Santa Barbara and at the Laguna Playhouse; spotted by MGM executives and signed to a six-year contract
1949:
Feature acting debut, "Twelve O'Clock High"
1950:
First regular series berth on "Mama Rosa"
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Under contract to MGM
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Appeared as a regular in TV series, "Zorro"
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Signed contract with 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.; also played D.A. Glenn Wagner in TV version of "Bus Stop"
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Was regular on "The Lieutenant"
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Joined cast of "Perry Mason" for its last season
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Co-starred on series "Dan August"
1970:
Made TV-movie debut in "Along Came a Spider" (ABC)
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Put under contract by Universal
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Co-starred as Oscar Goldman in TV series, "The Six-Million-Dollar Man"
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Also played role of Oscar Goldman on "The Bionic Woman"
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Appeared on Broadway in play, "The Highest Tree"
1977:
Founded and served as president of Richard Anderson Film Co.
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Cast as the boss on series "Cover Up"
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Became TV spokesperson for Kiplinger Washington Letter; also Invest America
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Appeared as regular on "Dynasty"
1990:
Acted in TV-movie, "Jackie Collins' 'Lucky/Chances'"

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