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Years active  1973 – present
Children  Sam Stevens
Height  1.78 m
Role  Executive producer
Name  Andrew Stevens

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Full Name  Herman Andrew Stephens
Born  June 10, 1955 (age 60) (1955-06-10) Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Occupation  Executive, producer, director, former actor
Website  http://www.astevensent.com
Parents  Noble Herman Stephens, Stella Stevens
Spouse  Robyn Stevens (m. 1995–2010), Kate Jackson (m. 1978–1980)
Movies  Scorned, Illicit Dreams, Death Hunt, 10 to Midnight, The Fury
Similar People  Kate Jackson, Stella Stevens, Shannon Tweed, Jim Wynorski, Ashok Amritraj
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Andrew Stevens (born June 10, 1955) is an American executive, film producer, director and actor.

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Early life

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Andrew Stevens was born Herman Andrew Stephens in Memphis, Tennessee, the only child of actress Stella Stevens and her former husband Noble Herman Stephens.

Career

Prior to his producing career, Stevens was a writer, director, and actor. He had a bit role in Shampoo (1975), and went on to appear in cult thrillers such as Massacre at Central High (1976), Vigilante Force (1976) and Day of the Animals (1977), as well as the cult horror film The Fury (1978) starring Kirk Douglas. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for his performance in 1978's The Boys in Company C, and later starred with Charles Bronson in two films, Death Hunt (1981) and 10 to Midnight (1983).

He appeared in the 1976 miniseries Once an Eagle and played 17-year-old Andrew Thorpe on the NBC western series, The Oregon Trail. The program filmed only thirteen episodes, seven of which never aired. also Canadian television series New Liars Club.

Stevens starred in The Bastard (1978) and The Rebels (1979), based on the John Jakes novels. He appeared opposite Dennis Weaver and Susan Dey in the short-lived drama Emerald Point N.A.S., as a playboy/tennis bum in Columbo: Murder in Malibu, and as one of J.R. Ewings stooges Casey Denault, in Dallas, for two seasons, beginning in 1987. He appeared in the 1985 mini-series Hollywood Wives. During this time, he also starred in the 1990 erotic thriller Night Eyes, and its sequels.

Producing

In early 1990, Stevens left the public eye to become an independent entrepreneur writing, producing, directing and financing films for his own companies. He was President/CEO of Franchise Pictures, which produced films for Warner Bros. from 1999 through 2005, including The Whole Nine Yards and its sequel, The Whole Ten Yards, as well as The In-Laws.

Franchise and its subsidiaries filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on August 19, 2004, after losing a multimillion-dollar fraud case in Los Angeles, and is now defunct.

Prior to Franchise, Stevens was an owner and president of Royal Oaks Entertainment, which produced and/or distributed seventy pictures over a three-year period including many HBO, Showtime and Sci-Fi Channel world premieres. Prior to Royal Oaks, Stevens' entrée into foreign sales and production company ownership was with Sunset Films International, which amassed a library of 19 titles (including 7 in-house productions) during his first year as president of the company. He currently operates Andrew Stevens Entertainment and Stevens Entertainment Group.

Personal life

Prior to his marriages he dated Pattie Sullivan from 1976 to 1978. Stevens was married to actress Kate Jackson from 1978 to 1982. He has three children by his second marriage to Robyn Stevens, which ended in divorce in 2010. Stevens married Diana Stevens in 2016.

Acting, directing, and producing credits

  • Rise (2011)
  • Breaking the Press (2010)
  • Mandrake (TV; 2010)
  • Mongolian Death Worm (TV) (2010) – also actor
  • Fire from Below (2009) – also actor
  • Missionary Man (2007) – also actor
  • Walking Tall: Lone Justice (2007; video) – also actor
  • Half Past Dead 2 (2007)
  • Walking Tall: The Payback (2007)
  • The Detonator (2006)
  • Black Dawn (2005; video) – also actor
  • The Marksman (2005; video) – also actor
  • 7 Seconds (2005)
  • Glass Trap (2005)
  • Blessed (2004)
  • Method (2004)
  • Final Examination (2003)
  • Animal Factory (2000)
  • Mercy (2000)
  • Fugitive Mind (1999)
  • Billy Frankenstein (1998)
  • The Shooter (1997)
  • Crash Dive (1997)
  • Inferno (1997)
  • Night Eyes 4: Fatal Passion (1996)
  • Scorned (1994)
  • Night Eyes 3 (1993) - actor
  • Night Eyes 2 (1992) - actor
  • The Terror Within II (1991) - actor and director
  • Night Eyes (1990) - actor
  • The Ranch (1989) - actor
  • The Terror Within (1989) - actor
  • Counterforce (1988) - actor
  • Hollywood Wives (1985) - actor
  • 10 to Midnight (1983) - actor
  • The Seduction (1982) - actor
  • Death Hunt (1981) - actor
  • Beggarman, Thief (1979) - actor
  • The Rebels (1979) - actor
  • The Bastard (1978) - actor
  • The Fury (1978) - actor
  • The Boys in Company C (1978) - actor
  • Day of the Animals (1977) - actor
  • Once an Eagle (1976) - actor
  • Vigilante Force (1976) - actor
  • Massacre at Central High (1976) - actor
  • Shampoo (1975) - actor
  • References

    Andrew Stevens Wikipedia


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