Andrew Prine

Andrew Prine

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    • February 14th, 1936
Andrew Lewis Prine (born February 14, 1936) is an American film, stage, and television actor. Prine was born in Jennings, Florida. After graduation from Miami Jackson High School in Miami, Prine made his acting debut three years later in an episode of United States Steel Hour. His next role was in the 1959 Broadway production of Thomas Wolfe's Look Homeward, Angel. In 1962, Prine was cast in Academy Award-nominated film The Miracle Worker as Helen Keller's older brother James. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Starring Andrew Prine on Plex


Acting (35 Credits)

2015CSI Las Vegas: Grave Danger as Rodger Stokes
2012The Lords of Salem as Reverend Jonathan Hawthrone
2009Sutures as Dr. Hopkins
2005Glass Trap as Sheriff Ed
2005Daltry Calhoun as Sheriff Cabot
2005The Dukes of Hazzard as Angry Man
2001James Dean as Rogers Brackett
1997The Shadow Men as MIB #1
1995Without Evidence as John Nelson
1995The Avenging Angel as Andrew Pike
1993Gettysburg as Brig. Gen. Richard B. Garnett
1991Mission of the Shark: The Saga of the U.S.S. Indianapolis as Henshaw
1986Eliminators as Harry Fontana
1984They're Playing with Fire as Michael Stevens
1984V: The Final Battle as Steven
1983V as Steven
1982Amityville II: The Possession as Father Tom
1979Mind Over Murder as The Bald Man
1978The Evil as Prof. Raymond Guy
1976The Town That Dreaded Sundown as Deputy Norman Ramsey
1976Grizzly as Don Stober
1976Riding with Death
1975Rooster Cogburn as Fiona's Husband
1974Terror Circus as Andre
1974The Centerfold Girls as Clement Dunne
1974Wonder Woman as George Calvin
1973Crypt of the Living Dead as Chris Bolton
1973One Little Indian as Chaplain
1971Simon, King of the Witches as Simon Sinestrari
1970Chisum as Alex McSween
1968The Devil's Brigade as Pvt. Theodore Ransom
1968Bandolero! as Deputy sheriff Roscoe Bookbinder
1966Texas Across the River as Lt. Sibley
1964Advance to the Rear as Pvt. Owen Selous
1962The Miracle Worker as James Keller


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