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Stanley Livingston

Stanley Livingston
Born Stanley Bernard Livingston
(1950-11-24) November 24, 1950
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor, director, producer
Years active 1958-2012
Spouse(s) Sandra L. Goble (1968-1974; divorced); 1 child
Website http://stanleylivingston.com

Stanley Bernard Livingston (born November 24, 1950) is an American actor, best known for playing Richard "Chip" Douglas, the third son of Steve Douglas (Fred MacMurray) on the long-running television series My Three Sons. He and MacMurray were the only two actors in the cast who appeared throughout the entire series.[1] His younger brother Barry Livingston played his adopted brother Ernie in later seasons.

Livingston was born in Los Angeles, California. Later in his career, Livingston became a producer and director in Los Angeles.


Select filmography

Actor

As himself

  • The Last Days of Cinerama .... Himself (Documentary, 2012)
  • The Early Show .... Himself (TV Series, 2009)
  • On The Edge of Black and White .... Himself (Documentary, 2008)
  • Living in TV Land .... Himself (1 episode, 2006)
  • TV Land Confidential .... Himself (4 episodes, 2005)
  • The O'Reilly Factor .... Himself (1 episode, February 2005)
  • TVLand Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) (TV) .... Himself
  • Yearbook: Class of 1967 (1985) (TV) .... Himself
  • This Is Your Life .... Himself (1 episode, 1961)

Director

  • Cory the Clown (2001 TV series; 20 episodes)
  • The Actor's Journey (Eight-Part Documentary Series. TRT: 600 minutes, 2008)
  • The Actor's Journey for Kids (Five-Part Documentary Series. TRT: 300 minutes, 2007)

Producer

  • In The Picture (2012 Cinerama film)
  • Checkers (2005 feature film)[2]
  • The Actor's Journey Eight-Part Documentary Series. TRT: 600 minutes (2007)
  • The Actor's Journey for Kids (Five-Part Documentary Series TRT: 300 minutes, 2008)

Editor

  • Checkers (TRT: 83 minutes, 2005 feature film)

Special effects

Writer

References

  1. ^ http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/M/htmlM/mythreesons/mythreesons.htm
  2. ^ (movie) websiteCheckers, CheckersTheMovie.com; accessed August 22, 2015.

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