Warner Anderson

Biography: Warner Anderson, an American actor, was born on March 10, 1911 in Brooklyn, New York. He started out as a child actor in 1915. His first stage credit, Maytime, came two years later. He went on to appear in burlesque and vaudeville as a teenager. He acted in various Broadway plays before entering the mainstream film industry in the 1940's. His movie credits include Destination Tokyo (1943), Song of the Thin Man (1947), Destination Moon (1950), A Lion Is in the Streets (1953), A Lawless Street (1955), and Armored Command (1961). He is still remembered for his role in Gregory Peck's Only the Valiant (1951). He played the role of Matthew Swain in the TV series Peyton Place; although he only appeared in the first season of Peyton Place, his voice lived on, opening every episode of the series. His deep and commanding voice brought him a lot of fame on the radio as the announcer for Bell Telephone Hour. He died of Cancer on August 26, 1976 at the age 65 in Warner Anderson, an American actor, was born on March 10, 1911 in Brooklyn, New York. He started out as a child actor in 1915. His first stage credit, Maytime, came two years later. He went on to appear in burlesque and vaudeville as a teenager. He acted in various Broadway plays before entering the mainstream film industry in the 1940's. His movie credits include Destination Tokyo (1943), Song of the Thin Man (1947), Destination Moon (1950), A Lion Is in the Streets (1953), A Lawless Street (1955), and Armored Command (1961). He is still remembered for his role in Gregory Peck's Only the Valiant (1951). He played the role of Matthew Swain in the TV series Peyton Place; although he only appeared in the first season of Peyton Place, his voice lived on, opening every episode of the series. His deep and commanding voice brought him a lot of fame on the radio as the announcer for Bell Telephone Hour. He died of Cancer on August 26, 1976 at the age 65 in Santa Monica, California.

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