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Cause of death  Stroke
Spouse  Mary Anderson (m. ?–1994)
Role  Character actor

Name  Herbert Anderson
Children  2
Resting place  Cremation
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Full Name  Herbert Anderson
Born  March 30, 1917 (1917-03-30) Oakland, California
Other names  Cpl. Herbert Anderson Guy Anderson Herb Anderson
Died  June 11, 1994, Palm Springs, California, United States
Movies and TV shows  Dennis the Menace, Battleground, Navy Blues, The Benny Goodman Story, I Bury the Living
Similar People  Gloria Henry, Jay North, Joseph Kearns, Sylvia Field, Gale Gordon

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Herbert Anderson (March 30, 1917 – June 11, 1994) was an American character actor from Oakland, California, probably best remembered for his role as Henry Mitchell, the father, in the CBS television sitcom Dennis the Menace, which was based on the Hank Ketcham comic strip of the same name.

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Background

Herbert Anderson Herbert Anderson March 30 1917 June 11 1994 was an American

Herbert Anderson was born in Oakland, California. He attended Oakland High School and later the University of California, Berkeley. He was the son of Herbert Julius Anderson (1889-1940) and Gertrude M. (Nelson) Anderson (1894-1929). His father, the son of Norwegian immigrants, served as Oakland City Treasurer during the 1920s.

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=Career

After a few minor roles in films for Warner Bros., Anderson got his big break in the 1941 picture Navy Blues, starring Martha Raye and Ann Sheridan, followed by The Body Disappears and The Male Animal in which he co-starred with Henry Fonda and Olivia de Havilland. His other films include the 1949 World War II film Battleground, Give My Regards to Broadway, Excuse My Dust, Island in the Sky, The Benny Goodman Story, Kelly and Me, Joe Butterfly, My Man Godfrey (1957), I Bury the Living, Sunrise at Campobello, Hold On! and Rascal. Anderson also acted extensively in Broadway shows, including the role of Dr. Bird in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. He was also in the film version of The Caine Mutiny, with Humphrey Bogart; he was the only actor to appear in both the Broadway play and film.

In addition to his role in Dennis the Menace, Anderson is also known for many lead and guest-starring roles on television, including: Crossroads, The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, The Real McCoys, Perry Mason, The David Niven Show, Mr. Adams and Eve, Sea Hunt, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, My Three Sons, The Bing Crosby Show, I Dream of Jeannie, The Smothers Brothers Show, The Cara Williams Show, Petticoat Junction, Bewitched, Daniel Boone, Family Affair, Adam-12, Green Acres, Batman , Dragnet, The Brady Bunch, The Name of the Game, The Governor and J.J., Ironside, Gunsmoke, Nanny and the Professor, The Jimmy Stewart Show, The Smith Family, The Rookies, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and The Waltons.

Anderson retired from acting in 1982 after undergoing heart surgery. He died of complications from a stroke on June 11, 1994, in Palm Springs, California.

Partial filmography

  • Service with the Colors (1940)
  • Dive Bomber (film) (1941)
  • Navy Blues (1941)
  • Honeymoon for Three (1941)
  • The Body Disappears (1941)
  • The Male Animal (1942)
  • This Is the Army (1943)
  • Battleground (1949)
  • The Magnificent Yankee (1950)
  • The Lawless (1950)
  • Island in the Sky (1953)
  • The Benny Goodman Story (1956)
  • Official Detective "Muggers" - Mr. Bill Melton (1958)
  • Hold On! (1966)
  • Rascal (1969)
  • References

    Herbert Anderson Wikipedia


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