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Happy Anderson biography

Happy Anderson was born in High Falls, New York, United States. He is an American actor, best known for portraying Mr. James “Jimmy” Fester on Cinemax’s The Knick and Jerry Brudos on the Netflix series Mindhunter. He has also worked in film, television, on and off Broadway.

Happy Anderson Age

Happy Anderson was born on November 19, 1976, in High Falls, New York, U.S. He is 42 years old as of 2018.

Happy Anderson Family

Information about his parents and siblings is not revealed.

Happy Anderson Wife

Anderson is married to Meg Griffiths since August 29, 2011.

Happy Anderson Height

Happy Anderson stands at 6’3″m tall.

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Happy Anderson Career

Happy Anderson has featured in Cinemax’s The Knick where he portrayed Mr. James “Jimmy” Fester. He has also appeared in the Netflix films Bird Box as River Man and Bright as Montehugh, a human who works for the FBI’s magic division as well as Kerry Brudos on the Netflix series Mindhunter,

Happy Anderson Net Worth

Anderson has an estimated Net Worth of $20. Million.

Happy Anderson Actor

Happy Anderson is an American actor well known for featuring in various films and series.

Happy Anderson Bird Box

Bird Box is a 2018 American post-apocalyptic thriller film, where Happy featured in name as the River Man

Happy Anderson Bright

Happy Anderson featured in Bright is a 2017 American television urban fantasy crime film as Hildebrandt Ulysses Montehugh, portraying a human federal agent who works under Kandomere in the Magic Task Force.

Happy Anderson Movies And Tv Shows





Brutal Massacre: A Comedy



Battalion Commander/Prosecutor





Going the Distance






Blue Caprice AKA The Washington Snipers

Car Salesman


Cold in July



Addiction: A 60’s Love Story

Lanny Gann


Hit Men

Charlie Wolczek

The Comedian




Hildebrandt Ulysses Montehugh


Bird Box

River Man

The Standoff at Sparrow Creek



The New Mutants

Reverend Craig Sinclair

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Where did you grow up?

I grew up in the Hudson Valley of New York. I lived next door to actor Aiden Quinn who used to pay me to feed his dog when I was a child. Just a few months ago, I shot an episode with him on the CBS drama, Elementary. It was very fun to have that part of my life come full circle.

What did you aspire to be as a kid?

I have always wanted to be an actor.

How did you get into acting?

I participated in school plays and community theater as a kid and then went to Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY to study acting. While in college, during the summer’s I worked at professional theaters as a non-equity actor. After undergrad, I attended Indiana University for grad school. After college, I worked in non-equity houses and eventually was given my actors equity card and earned my SAG card for television and film work as well.

What is your career like now?

I now earn a living as an actor. I can be seen on the Cinemax drama, The Knick, which just finished 2 seasons. I can also be seen on Quarry season one as a detective which is also on Cinemax. It was great to film both of these series as I was able to film in both New York and New Orleans. I am currently filming The Comedian with Robert De Niro and Leslie Mann that is set to be released in 2017.

What is it like working with people you’ve looked up to in the business?

I’ve been able to work with some amazing actors like Al Pacino to name one and it can be surreal to share the stage and or a scene with them. It also confirms that I am in the right place professionally.

Does it make you nervous to work with actors that you have looked up too as you grew up?
No. For me, it gets me pumped.

How did you meet Kate?

I met Kate in the summer of 1998 at a theater in Creede, Colorado and we instantly became friends. Almost 10 years after meeting we were apartment-mates for about 1 year in NYC.

During the course of the conversation, Fincher also revealed that he deliberately isolated actor Cameron Britton, who turns in one of the show’s best performances as serial killer Ed Kemper. “One of the things that were critical [came to me] when we did a read-through of the first three episodes,” the director said. “It became really obvious coming out of the first read-through that: ‘Make sure Cameron doesn’t talk to anyone. He can’t fraternize [with anyone]. I don’t want this to be a social thing. He has to literally come from Pluto and be in the show.’ He can’t be indoctrinated into what anyone else is up to. It has to be that this guy shows up, he’s got all the time in the world — 13 life sentences — and he’s going to tell you what you want to know. During the read-through, it was [clear] that if we can get that on film, we’re going to be fine.”

This may all sound a bit extreme, but Fincher continuously turns in work that gets people’s attention. In other words, he knows what he’s doing, even if he seems a bit nuts when doing it.



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