Richard Norman Anderson — The proud Name of Hollywood was the shining star in the sky of movies. Born on 8 of the August in 1926, he was an inborn actor with superb acting skills. He got natural death on 31st of the August 2017, but still alive in the hearts of the fans. He had earned the fame in the film industry, by working as a contract layer in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1950 as the steppingstone. Later on, he proved his talent by making most of his movies sky touching. Most of the times, Richard Dean Anderson is mixed up by people with Richard Norman Anderson, so don’t confuse between both of them. Richard Anderson Net Worth is estimated to be $25 Million.
- Richard Norman Anderson
- $15 to $25 Million (when alive)
- August 8, 1926 (Died: August 31, 2017)
- Long Branch, New Jersey, U.S.
- Film and television actor
Anderson childhood was not easy, he was the son of Olga and Harry Anderson. Grandparents of Richard were Russian Hewish immigrants and lived in USA onwards. He has also served as a tour in United States Army during World War ll. He was born in Long Branch, New Jersey, and spend his whole life there. Richard had a brother named Robert.
Anderson stepped into the film industry by participating in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as the contract player. His film in MMG includes “The Student Prince”, The Magnificent Yankee”, and “Forbidden Planets”. His later works include the appearing as the main role in World War l Drama Paths of Glory, Hot Summer, The Long, The Seven Days in May. Later on, he appeared in a number of movies making this stream of success smooth. Although he didn’t want to be an actor, but, his performance in movies didn’t reflect his attention.
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The Blood Trail is the most recent movie of Anderson in 2015. Earlier to this he had appeared in The Glass Shield in 1995, Gettysburg in 1993, The Player in 1992, The Stepford Children in 1987, Kane and Abel in 1985, Condominium in 1980, The French Atlantic Affair in 1979, The immigrants in 1978, Never Give Up in 1978, Black Eye in 1974. The Night Strangler in 1973, The Astronaut in 1972, Doctor’s Wife in 1971, Macho Callahan in 1970. Seconds in 1966, Seven Days in May, on 1964, Johnny Cool in 1963, The Wackiest Ship in the Army in 1960 and there is a list of movies if we go back to history.
The movies that proved to be the baby steps of Anderson include The Pearl (1974), The Life of her own (1950), The Magnificent Yankee (1950), Ground for Marriage (1951), Storm Warning (1951) and Cause of Alarm (1951). The years “1951” was the peak year for Anderson bright future, as he appeared in 10 movies that year.
He died on 31st of the August 2017 due to natural cause. At the time of death, the Richard Anderson Net Wroth was recorded to be $15 – $25 Million. His death place was Beverly Hills, California. He is surviving in the face of his three daughters, Ashley Anderson, Brooke Anderson, and Deva Anderson.