Biography: Versatile up-andcoming actor who caught critics' attention with his performance as the shy Phillip in Orphans (1987), a role he originated on stage with Chicago's Steppenwolf Company, and then played on New York's Theatre Row. Following this, Anderson appeared in several little-seen movies like A Walk on the Moon (1987), Miles From Home (1988, directed by the Steppenwolf Company's Gary Sinise), and In Country (1989) before attaining box-office success as the college drama professor who falls for Julia Roberts in Sleeping With the Enemy (1991). He has also starred in Mike Figgis' Liebestraum (1991), Hoffa (1992, as Robert F. Kennedy), The Night We Never Met (1993), and has many stage credits, including the Broadway (and later TV) production of "Orpheus Descending" opposite Vanessa Redgrave. In 1993 he won the William Holden part in the London stage production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical version of "Sunset Boulevard."
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