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Daryl Anderson (1)

Mostly Credited As: Daryl Anderson (1)
Date Of Birth: July 01, 1951 (Age 63)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Seattle, Washington
Height: 6' 4" (1.93 m)

Daryl Anderson (1)


Daryl Anderson, who was born on July 1 in Seattle, Wash., claims he decided to become an actor at age 5, when he realized that "guys on television didn't really die when they got shot."
He started acting in high school in the Seattle suburb of Bellevue. He graduated in 1975 from the University of Washington's professional actors training program, after performing there in a wide range of classical, period and modern dramas.
Two weeks after he left school, he got his first professional job, a role in the feature film "Sweet Revenge." He also understudied at the Seattle Repertory Theater.
In 1976, he went to Hollywood, and joined the Los Angeles Actors Theater. There, seen in a production of "Female Transport," in which he played a lovestruck Cockney youth, he was invited to read for the role of a scruffy newspaper photographer in "Lou Grant." He researched the part by spending time with a Los Angeles Times roving photographer.
His character, the unkempt but dedicated Animal, initially drew some criticism from news photographers, but Anderson's sympathetic portrayal has since won him honors from the U.S. Department of Labor and the Los Angeles Press Photographers Association.
Anderson has taken up photography as a spare time interest, and had the distinction of having a picture he took of a fire near a location filming site printed nationwide after it was transmitted by the Associated Press. He received a check for $50, thereby marking his professional debut as a photographer.
In addition to his "Lou Grant" portrayal, he recently appeared in "The Phoenix," a television film production.
Anderson is 6'4" tall, weighs 170 pounds and has brown hair and hazel eyes. He enjoys rock and roll music, photography, and What he calls videotape "toys." He lives in Studio City, Calif.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Lou Grant (1977)As: Dennis "Animal" Price
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The Young and the Restless (1973) 
  Ep. #10274 41x153: (Oct/29/2013) As Minister 

Days of our Lives (1965) 
  Ep. #11745 47x35: (Dec/28/2011) As Mr. Brown 
  Ep. #9449 38x20: (Dec/06/2002) As Tabloid Reporter 
  Ep. #9438 38x09: (Nov/20/2002) As Tabloid Reporter 
  Ep. #9435 38x06: (Nov/15/2002) As Tabloid Reporter 

McBride (2005) 
  Murder Past Midnight 01x02: (Feb/04/2005) As ADA Brad Layton 

Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (1997) 
  The Land, Titan, The Diary, Town of Remembrance & The House on Barry Avenue. 02x05: (Feb/27/1998) As Joss Myrtle 

Melrose Place (1992) (1992) 
  To Live and Die in Malibu 03x26: (Mar/20/1995) As Scott Schenkman 
  Love and Death 101 03x25: (Mar/13/1995) As Scott Schenkman 

Bodies of Evidence (1992) 
  The Edge 01x08: (Aug/27/1992) As Unknown 

Throb (1986) 
  Confidence Game 01x13: (Jan/24/1987) As Jeff Barnes 

Blacke's Magic (1986) 
  Death Goes to the Movies 01x05: (Jan/29/1986) As Drew Paterson 

The A-Team (1983) 
  The A-Team is Coming, The A-Team is Coming 04x14: (Jan/21/1986) As Bertka 

Crazy Like A Fox (1984) 
  Is There a Fox in the House? 02x09: (Dec/22/1985) As Lewis 

T.J. Hooker (1982) 
  Serial Murders 04x20: (Mar/16/1985) As Ron Burnett 

Matt Houston (1982) 
  Death Trap 03x15: (Jan/18/1985) As Krell 

Hardcastle & McCormick (1983) 
  Scared Stiff 01x23: (Apr/01/1984) As Ernie Delrosa 

The Love Boat (1977) 
  He's My Brother/Zeke and Zelda/Teach Me Tonight 05x13: (Dec/05/1981) As unknown 
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