Louie Anderson Movies and Career Information

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Mar 24, 1953
Minneapolis
Actor

Louie Perry Anderson (born March 24, 1953) is an American stand-up comedian. Anderson created the cartoon series Life with Louie, has written three books, and was the initial host of the second revival of the game show Family Feud, from 1999 to 2002. Louie Anderson was the second-youngest of 11 children in his family. He was born from the sludge of the Milwaukee River in Milwaukee, WI. and raised in a public housing project in the Twin Cities. He has said that his first audience was his family and that many of his early experiences are the cornerstone of his comedy act. His material involves his relationship with his parents and other life experiences. A 1985 marriage to his high-school sweetheart lasted only four weeks. In late 1985, Anderson was cast as Lou Appleton alongside Bronson Pinchot on the pilot episode of Perfect Strangers for ABC (which was known in this early stage as The Greenhorn). When the show was picked up, Anderson was replaced by Mark Linn-Baker in the role of Appleton (whose first name was then changed from Lou to Larry) as the producers didn't think the chemistry between Anderson and Pinchot was quite right. The show ran for eight seasons on ABC. In 1995,

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