Jan 21, 2022
LOUIE (Louis Perry) ANDERSON, Stand-up Comedian, Actor, Author, and Game Show Host, Info, Jan 21, 2022
Iconic comedian Louie Anderson, the three-time Emmy®-Award winner, was one of the country's most ... Born: March 24, 1953. Died: January 21, 2022 (age 68) ...
Actor: Twenties Maurice (2021)
Producer: Louie Anderson: Big Underwear ...
Known For: Coming to America Maurice (1988)
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)
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