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Melissa Sue Anderson Biography

Melissa Sue Anderson is an American-Canadian actress born September 26, 1962 in Berkeley, California. She started her career as a child by appearing in a few commercials in Los Angeles. Anderson is known for her role as Mary Ingalls on the NBC drama series Little House on the Prairie, on which she featured from 1974 until 1981. She is likewise known for her film jobs, incorporating Vivian in Midnight Offerings (1981), Ginny in the slasher film Happy Birthday to Me (1981), and Alex in the ABC Afterschool Special, Which Mother Is Mine? (1979).
Anderson turned into a naturalized resident of Canada in 2007. In 2010, she distributed The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House, a personal record of her years following up on Little House on the Prairie.

Melissa Sue Anderson Family

Anderson was born September 26, 1962, in Berkeley, California, The second of two daughters, to James and Marion Anderson. Her sister, Maureen, is twelve years her senior. When she was seven years old, Anderson’s family relocated from the San Francisco Bay Area to Los Angeles. Her parents divorced when she was thirteen years old, and she was raised Roman Catholic by her mother.

Melissa Sue Anderson Death | Melissa Sue Anderson Dead

Sue is still alive as of 2019.

Melissa Sue Anderson Age | How Old Is Melissa Sue Anderson

Sue is 56 years as of 2018 born  born September 26, 1962 in Berkeley, California.

Melissa Sue Anderson Husband | Michael Sloan Melissa Sue Anderson |Melissa Sue Anderson Married

Anderson wedded TV author and producer Michael Sloan in 1990. The couple have two kids,a girl Piper born 1991 and child Griffin born 1996. The family moved to Montreal in 2002 and wound up naturalized Canadians on Canada Day in 2007.

Melissa Sue Anderson Children

Sue has two children, daughter Piper born 1991 and son Griffin born 1996.

Melissa Sue Anderson Movies And TV Shows

Movies

Year

Title

Role

2018

The Con Is On

2014

Veronica Mars

Stosh’s Mother
2010

Marker 187

2006

Crazy Eights

Hospital Patient

1995

Killer Lady

American Lady
1994

Animated Stories from the Bible: Music Video – Volume 1

Snake

1991 Manuel
1990

Dead Men Don’t Die

Dulcie Niles

1989

Looking Your Best

1988

The Suicide Club

Laura Donovan on TV

1988

Far North

Young Nurse

1984

Goma-2

Kukki

1984

Chattanooga Choo Choo

Jennie

1983

First Affair

Toby King

1981 Happy Birthday to Me

Virginia Wainwright

TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

2007

Marco Polo

Mother

2006

10.5: Apocalypse

First Lady Megan Hollister

2000

Thin Ice

Tanya Ferguson

1999

Partners

Cheryl Darrin

1998

Earthquake in New York

Dr. Marilyn Blake

1994

Burke’s Law

Michelle Ryder

1993/94

X-Men

Snowbird (voice)

1989

Memories of Manon

Yvette Marcel

1989

The Return of Sam McCloud

Colleen McCloud

1988/89

The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents

Laura Donovan / Julie Fenton

1987–88

The Equalizer

Yvette Marcel

1986

Dark Mansions

Noelle Drake

1984/85

Hotel

Cassie Ray / Anne Goldman

1984

Finder of Lost Loves

Nikki Gatos

1984

Murder, She Wrote

Eve Crystal

1984

Glitter

Elizabeth

1983

First Affair

Toby King

1982/83

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Katherine ‘Kitty’ Pryde / Sprite (voice)

1982

An Innocent Love

Molly Rush

1981

Midnight Offerings

Vivian Sotherland

1981

Advice to the Lovelorn

Maureen Tyler

1980

Fantasy Island

Amy Marson

1980

Insight

Mary Beth

1979

Survival of Dana

Dana Lee Gilbert

1979

ABC Afterschool Special

Alexandria ‘Alex’ Benton

1979

A New Kind of Family

Lisa

1979

Little House Years

Mary Ingalls

1979

CHiPs

Herself

1978–80,
1986

The Love Boat

Jennifer ‘Chubs’ Smith / Cindy Jerome / Cathy Cummings / Dana Colton

1978

The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour

Director of the musical

1977

James at 15

Lacey Stevens

1977

ABC Afterschool Special

Kate

1976

The Loneliest Runner

Nancy Rizzi

1974–81

Little House on the Prairie

Mary Ingalls

1973

The Brady Bunch

Millicent

1973

Shaft

Cathy Muder (uncredited)

1972

Bewitched

Girl

Melissa Sue Anderson Little House On The Prairie

In her book, The Way I See It, Melissa describes how Mary Ingalls does not do much in the “Little House” books. At first she felt under-utilized because her acting skills were unknown and the writers (and Michael Landon) were unwilling to risk writing material for her. That changed when Michael Landon was hospitalized with meningitis and could not do his close-up shots for a scene in “The Raccoon” (Season 1, Episode 10). Landon told the editor to “See how it plays. I think she [Melissa] can carry the scene on her own. She did and better material was written for her after that.

Melissa Sue Anderson Books

Sue has two books Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House and The Big Fib

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Melissa Sue Anderson Net Worth

Sue  has a net worth of $1.5 million dollars.

What Does Melissa Sue Anderson Look Like Now

What Does Melissa Sue Anderson Look Like Now
What Does Melissa Sue Anderson Look Like Now

Melissa Sue Anderson Nominations

The following are categories that sue was nominated and won

  • Young Artist Awards
  • Western Heritage Awards
  • TV Land Awards
  • TP de Oro, Spain
  • Daytime Emmy Awards
  • Primetime Emmy Awards

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Where Does Melissa Sue Anderson Live

Sue lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Melissa Sue Anderson Height | Melissa Sue Anderson Measurements

Height in Inches – 5 feet 2 inches
Height in CM – 160 cm
Weight – 56kg
Bra Size – 35 inch
Bust – 35 inch
Waist Size – 25 inch
Hip Size – 36 inch
Eye Colour – Blue
Hair Colour – Blonde
Dress Size – 6 (US)
Build – Slim

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Collins’ Crypt: A Double Shot Of Birthday Terror

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Published on Feb. 26, 2019
My birthday is next week, and since I’m long past the time where I ask for gifts, I usually just settle for whatever free coupons I get in my email (so far I got a froyo and a pizza coming to me; keep ’em coming!). But the good folks at Shudder saw fit to give me the greatest gift of all: adding Madhouse to their already considerable lineup, which will hopefully get more eyeballs on this memorable but sadly obscure slasher. If you’re unfamiliar (there are others with the same title) it’s directed by the infamous Ovidio G. Assonitis, who you might know from Tentacles or Beyond the Door (or perhaps Piranha II – he was the producer that fired Cameron, finishing the film himself). I hadn’t seen it in nearly a decade; all I really remembered was that it centered around a birthday and coincidentally had the same “corpse party” finale as Happy Birthday to Me, which was also from 1981.
And yes, this is a coincidence – the films were in production around the same time (in different countries to boot), so I’d find it hard to believe one was copying the other. Then I realized I hadn’t seen Happy Birthday to Me in forever either, so figured I’d double feature and see if there were any other similarities that never crossed my mind. Turns out there’s another big one that I’ll get to later, but it’s interesting how the two movies couldn’t be less alike considering how similar their climaxes are. Madhouse centers around a woman named Julia (Patricia Mickey, billed as Trish Everly) who is a few days away from her birthday and is starting to suspect someone is stalking her, as horror movie heroines often are. The movie wastes little time proving that she’s right – her crazed sister has seemingly escaped from the mental institution (or, say it with me, “madhouse”) and is wiping out people around her for reasons unknown. But a vicious rottweiler is *also* killing people in her social circle, and it can’t be coincidental, right?
Well there’s another twist to come in the form of a third (!) killer, whose identity I won’t spoil here but I will say that in all my years of watching slasher movies I’ve never seen a murderer reveal himself so casually in my life. It’s literally in the middle of a conversational scene – presented in an unedited wide shot – that the third killer/mastermind just kind of lets the cat out of the bag, with no fanfare whatsoever for this big switcheroo. Not even the score by the legendary Riz Ortolani offers anything that might tell a viewer with one eye on their phone that something big just happened; it’s kind of hilarious how unceremonious it is. Also, this happens with like another 30 minutes to go, so it’d be like if Stu just kind of muttered “I’m the killer” to people as they were filing out of the big party in Scream before the rest of the movie unfolded as we know it.