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Keith Andes
Born on 12 Jul 1920
Died on 11 Nov 2005
Last modified 24 Nov 2007
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The son of a real-estate man, blonde, athletic John Charles Andes became Keith Andes when signed to a contract by David O. Selznick in the 1940s. At that time, Andes, a recent Temple University graduate, was a member of the Army Air Force, touring in the all-serviceman stage production Winged Victory. His stage reputation rested on his rich baritone singing voice, which he seldom got to utilize in his film and TV work. After several failed pilot films, Andes was given his own starring series: the syndicated "This Man Dawson (1959)", in which he played an ex-military man hired to clean up a corrupt police department in a unnamed city. To bone up on his role, Andes was permitted to sit in on the LAPD three-man board which determined who would be selected as police officers - and became so adept at his "job" that he ended up rejecting a few candidates! Andes' later TV work included a 13-week stint as Glynis Johns' long-suffering husband on the sitcom "Glynis (1963)". Never completely abandoning the stage, Keith Andes co-starred with Lucille Ball in the 1960 Broadway musical "Wildcat", and later in the decade headlined a touring company of "Man of La Mancha".
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Role Series Episode
Akuta ST:TOS 38: The Apple