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Bobby Anderson (actor and production associate)

Robert J. Anderson
Born (1933-03-06)March 6, 1933
Hollywood, California, U.S.
Died June 6, 2008(2008-06-06) (aged 75)
Palm Springs, California, U.S.
Other names Bobbie Anderson
Bob Anderson
Occupation Actor/Television producer
Years active 1940–1993
Spouse(s) Victoria Anderson (? - June 6, 2008)

Robert J. "Bobby" Anderson (March 6, 1933 – June 6, 2008; sometimes spelled Bobbie)[1] was an American actor and television producer, most famous for his role as the young George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life.

Anderson grew up in a Hollywood family. His father, Gene Anderson was an assistant director and production manager, and his brothers and cousins were editors and production managers in their own right. He was also the nephew of directors William Beaudine and James Flood.

Anderson enlisted in the Navy during the Korean War, serving as a photographer on aircraft carriers. After his time in the Navy, he went on to work behind the scenes in assistant directing, then later production with Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, HBO, United Artists, Columbia, and 20th Century Fox on such films as The Apartment, Hawaii, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, I Love Lucy, Code Red, Police Story, and Ripley's Believe It or Not!.

He also worked as a line producer and production consultant for films such as Passenger 57, Demolition Man and Heat.

He died of cancer at age 75 at his home in Palm Springs, California.[2][3] He is survived by his wife, Victoria; sons John, Bob Jr., and Joe; daughters Kathleen Inman, Deborah Gutierrez, and Heidi Anderson-Robinson; and 11 grandchildren.



External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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