Birthday: June 10, 1955 Birth
Place: Memphis, Tennessee, USA Height: 5' 7"
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Actor Andrew Stevens showed great promise in the late 70s as the son of veteran actress Stella Stevens, getting a glimpse of it all as a child extra in one of his mother's pictures The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963). In 1976, he appeared once again in one of his mom's movies Las Vegas Lady (1975), this time as an adult, and the die was cast. The compactly handsome youth with doe-like eyes and boyish, chiseled features moved to young hunk status in such films as Massacre at Central High (1976), The Fury (1978) and The Boys in Company C (1978). TV clinched his stardom with his classic portrayal of Phillip Kent in both the TV miniseries "Bastard, The" (1978) and its highly-rated sequel "Rebels, The" (1979). Regular roles on the series "Code Red" (1981), "Emerald Point N.A.S." (1983) and "Dallas" (1978) kept him constantly on view throughout the 1980s. He was briefly married to actress Kate Jackson, in which they shared starring/producing chores on a misguided "Topper" TV-movie remake in 1979. In later years, the quality of Andrew's roles started to deteriorate severely, immersed in a sea of lurid thrillers and badly-written action adventure. Starring and directing a number of his own "C"-level vehicles and their sequels, including the "Terror Within," "Night Eyes," "Scorned" and "Body Chemistry" film series, he rebounded by working more and more off-camera. More prevalent these days directing episodic TV than acting, he is president of Franchise Pictures, and the head of the company's Franchise Classics division, serving as executive producer for such popular hit films as The Whole Nine Yards (2000), The Pledge (2001) and The In-Laws (2003/I).