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Richard Anderson, Six Million Dollar Man Actor, Dies at 91

Richard Anderson, an actor known forThe Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman, died Thursday at age 91. His publicistconfirmed the news. Anderson launched his Hollywood career with roles in such films as Forbidden Planet (1956) and Stanley Kubricks Paths of Glory (1957). He landed recurring roles on Perry Mason and The Man From U.N.C.L.E. before debuting on The Six Million Dollar Man in 1974 as Oscar Goldman, theboss of Steve Austin (Lee Majors).   ...Read More... https://www.thewrap.com/richard-anderson-dead-six-million-dollar-man/

Universal Settles Profit Dispute Over 'Knight Rider,' 'Battlestar Galactica'

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Jim Carrey as a new Six Million Dollar Man

These days, $6 million wouldn't even cover a third of Jim Carrey's fee. Nonetheless, Variety reports that the comic who displayed godlike powers in Bruce Almighty has been tapped to star as the bionic-powered hero of The Six Million Dollar Man. Yes, it'll be a parodic take on the classic '70s sci-fi/action series, brought to you by Old School director Todd Phillips, who's doing a similarly tongue-in-cheek update of Starsky and Hutch with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. Read Full Story