Eddie ‘Rochester’ Anderson - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Eddie ‘Rochester’ Anderson’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Edmund Lincoln “Eddie” Anderson (September 18, 1905 – February 28, 1977), also known as Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, was an American comedian and actor.

First Name: Eddie
Middle Name: ‘Rochester’
Last Name: Anderson
Birth Full Name: Edmund Lincoln Anderson
Other Names: Eddie Anderson,Rochester,Rochester van Jones
Born: 18 September, 1905
Birthplace: Oakland, California, USA
Died: 28 February, 1977
Death Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Cause of Death: Heart Ailment
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Black
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: Black
Nationality: American
Occupation: Actor
Music Genre: Indie Rock
Filmography: The New Scooby-Doo Movies (1972, TV Show), Watermelon Man (1970), Harlem Globe Trotters (1970, TV Show), Love, American Style (1969, TV Show), It Takes a Thief (1968, TV Show), It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), The Dick Powell Theatre (1961, TV Show), The Mouse That Jack Built (1959, Short Film), The Green Pastures (1959), Bachelor Father (1957, TV Show), Shower of Stars (1954, TV Show), The Red Skelton Hour (1951, TV Show), The Jack Benny Program (1950, TV Show), The Jack Benny Program (1949, TV Movie), The Show-Off (1946), Brewster’s Millions (1945), I Love a Bandleader (1945), The Sailor Takes a Wife (1945), Brother Bill (1945), Broadway Rhythm (1944), Cabin in the Sky (1943), The Meanest Man in the World (1943), What’s Buzzin’, Cousin? (1943), Star Spangled Rhythm (1942), Tales of Manhattan (1942), Birth of the Blues (1941), Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941), Topper Returns (1941), Buck Benny Rides Again (1940), Love Thy Neighbor (1940), Gone with the Wind (1939), Honolulu (1939), Man About Town (1939), You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man (1939), You Can’t Get Away with Murder (1939), Five of a Kind (1938), Going Places (1938), Gold Diggers in Paris (1938), Jezebel (1938), Kentucky (1938), Thanks for the Memory (1938), You Can’t Take It with You (1938), Reckless Living (1938), While New York Sleeps (1938), Exposed (1938), Strange Faces (1938), Love Is News (1937), Melody for Two (1937), On Such a Night (1937), One Mile from Heaven (1937), Public Wedding (1937), Wake Up and Live (1937), White Bondage (1937), Bill Cracks Down (1937), Over the Goal (1937), Reported Missing (1937), When Love Is Young (1937), Show Boat (1936), The Green Pastures (1936), Three Men on a Horse (1936), Rainbow on the River (1936), Two in a Crowd (1936), The Music Goes ‘Round (1936), Star for a Night (1936), Mysterious Crossing (1936), His Night Out (1935), Transient Lady (1935), Behold My Wife (1934), The Gay Bride (1934), From Hell to Heaven (1933), Terror Aboard (1933), Billion Dollar Scandal (1933), I Love That Man (1933), What Price Hollywood? (1932), Hat Check Girl (1932), False Faces (1932), That’s Entertainment, Part II (1976), The Jack Benny Program (1950, TV Show), Brewster’s Millions (1945), I Love a Bandleader (1945), Cabin in the Sky (1943), Star Spangled Rhythm (1942), Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941), Buck Benny Rides Again (1940), Man About Town (1939), The Good Old Days of Radio (1976, TV Movie), Jack Benny’s Twentieth Anniversary Special (1970, TV Movie), Jack Benny’s New Look (1969, TV Movie), Jack Benny’s Bag (1968, TV Movie), The Kraft Music Hall (1967, TV Show), Go!!! (1967, TV Movie), The Mike Douglas Show (1961, TV Show), Shower of Stars (1954, TV Show), The George Gobel Show (1954, TV Show), Christmas with the Stars (1953, TV Movie), Screen Snapshots: Hollywood’s Pair of Jacks (1953), The Jackie Gleason Show (1952, TV Show), Stars in the Eye (1952, TV Movie), Olympic Fund Telethon (1952), You Can Change the World (1951), What’s My Line? (1950, TV Show), The Frank Sinatra Show (1950, TV Show), TV Club (1950, TV Show), The Ed Wynn Show (1949, TV Show), Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall (1948, TV Show), The Buick-Berle Show (1948, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show), Is Everybody Listening? (1947, Short Film), Show-Business at War (1943, Short Film)

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