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      Gene Anderson

      Gene Anderson

      Highest Rated: 86% The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)

      Lowest Rated: 86% The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)

      Birthday: Mar 28, 1931

      Birthplace: London, England, UK

      Gene Anderson worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Anderson worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Cruising" (1980), "Malibu" (1982-83) and "Rock Around the Clock" (1956). He also contributed to "The Brink's Job" (1978) starring Peter Falk, "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" (1961) and "The Intruder" (1955) starring Michael Ripper. In the eighties, Anderson devoted his time to various credits, such as "Anatomy of an Illness" (CBS, 1983-84), "I Dream of Jeannie... 15 Years Later" (NBC, 1985-86) and "Pleasures" (ABC, 1985-86). He also worked on "Designing Women" (CBS, 1986-1993), "There Must Be a Pony" (ABC, 1986-87) and "Daughter of the Streets" (ABC, 1989-1990). Anderson continued to exercise his talent in the eighties and the nineties, taking on a mix of projects like "Profit the Earth" (PBS, 1989-1990), "The Designing Women Special: Their Finest Hour" (CBS, 1989-1990) and "It Had to Be You" (CBS, 1993-94). His credits also expanded to "Women of the House" (CBS, 1994-95) and "The Relic" with Penelope Ann Miller (1997). Most recently, Anderson worked on "The Princess and the Barrio Boy" (Showtime, 2000-01).

      Highest rated movies

      86% The Day the Earth Caught Fire

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      86% 85% The Day the Earth Caught Fire May (Character) - 1961
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Shakedown Zena (Character) - 1959
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Long Haul Connie Miller (Character) - 1957
      No Score Yet 83% Battle Hell Ruth Worth (Character) - 1956

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Rheingold Theatre Delta (Character) 1955-1956