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Also Known As: Died: March 8, 1985
Born: October 9, 1914 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Griffin, Georgia, USA Profession: actor

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Beaming, hearty character player with ubiquitous glasses who made a memorable film debut after a twenty-year stage career (at age forty) as the disingenuous power broker in "The Phenix City Story" (1955). Andrews used his amiable presence to convey quietly menacing villains and bluff, scheming bureaucrats as easily as he played avuncular, hale-and-hearty types; he was often cast as innocent dupes as well as clever business sharks. Andrews was featured in four Doris Day films and made guest appearances as her publisher on "The Doris Day Show" (1968-73).

Beaming, hearty character player with ubiquitous glasses who made a memorable film debut after a twenty-year stage career (at age forty) as the disingenuous power broker in "The Phenix City Story" (1955). Andrews used his amiable presence to convey quietly menacing villains and bluff, scheming bureaucrats as easily as he played avuncular, hale-and-hearty types; he was often cast as innocent dupes as well as clever business sharks. Andrews was featured in four Doris Day films and made guest appearances as her publisher on "The Doris Day Show" (1968-73).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Sixteen Candles (1984) Howard
2.
 Gremlins (1984) Mr Corben
3.
 Final Countdown, The (1980) Crew Member
4.
 Undercover With the KKK (1979) Pat Murray
5.
 Lacy and the Mississippi Queen (1978) Isaac Harrison
6.
 Seniors, The (1978)
7.
 Don't Push, I'll Charge When I'm Ready (1977) Major Ralph Watson
8.
 How to Break Up a Happy Divorce (1976) Man At Concert
9.
 Charley and the Angel (1973) Banker
10.
 Man Who Came to Dinner, The (1972) Stanley
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Milestones close milestones

1964:
Played Commander Rogers Adrian on TV series, "Broadside"
1955:
Screen acting debut in "The Phenix City Story"
1926:
Stage acting debut
1935:
Broadway acting debut, "How Beautiful With Shoes"
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Education

University of Virginia: Charlottesville, Virginia -

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