Leif Erickson

Biography

Leif Erickson (born William Wycliffe Anderson) was an American stage, film, and television actor.

Erickson was born in Alameda, California, near San Francisco. He worked as a soloist in a band as vocalist and trombone player, performed in Max Reinhardt's productions, and then gained a s...

53 titles Acting

5.4

Terror in the Sky

1977 · Marty Treleavan

6.8

Twilight's Last Gleaming

1977 · Ralph Whittaker - CIA Director

5.5

Force Five

1975 · Cal Newkirk

5.9

Winterhawk

1975 · Guthrie

5.2

Abduction

1975 · Prescott

7.3

The Six Million Dollar Man: The Solid Gold Kidnapping

1973 · William Henry Cameron

6.8

The Daughters of Joshua Cabe

1972 · Amos Wetherall

5.4

Man and Boy

1971 · Sheriff Mossman

7.2

The Deadly Dream

1971 · Dr. Harold Malcolm

7.4

Mirage

1965 · The Major

6.2

I Saw What You Did

1965 · Dave Mannering

6.0

Roustabout

1964 · Joe Lean

6.8

Strait-Jacket

1964 · Bill Cutler

6.3

A Gathering of Eagles

1963 · Gen. Hewitt

5.4

Shoot Out At Big Sag

1962 · Sam Barbee

5.7

Twilight for the Gods

1958 · Harry Hutton

6.3

Once Upon a Horse...

1958 · Granville 'Granny' Dix

6.3

Istanbul

1957 · Charlie Boyle

5.8

Kiss Them for Me

1957 · Eddie Turnbill

Panic Button

1957 · Paul Henderson

5.6

The Vintage

1957 · Louis Morel

7.2

The Fastest Gun Alive

1956 · Lou Glover

6.1

Star in the Dust

1956 · George Ballard

7.3

Tea and Sympathy

1956 · Bill Reynolds

8.2

On the Waterfront

1954 · Glover

6.5

Invaders from Mars

1953 · Mr. George MacLean

6.9

Trouble Along the Way

1953 · Father Provincial aka Ed

5.7

Born to the Saddle

1953 · Bob Marshall

4.7

Captain Scarface

1953 · Sam (as Lief Erickson)

4.8

Paris Model

1953 · Edgar Blevins

6.2

A Perilous Journey

1953 · Richards

6.0

Never Wave at a WAC

1953 · Sgt. Norbert 'Noisy' Jackson

5.5

Fort Algiers

1953 · Kalmani

6.7

My Wife's Best Friend

1952 · Nicholas Reed

6.5

The Cimarron Kid

1952 · Marshal John Sutton

7.0

With a Song in My Heart

1952 · General aboard plane

7.0

Show Boat

1951 · Pete

7.3

The Tall Target

1951 · Stranger

6.3

Dallas

1950 · U.S. Marshal Martin Weatherby

6.9

The Showdown

1950 · Big Mart

7.1

Stella

1950 · Fred Anderson Jr.

7.1

Three Secrets

1950 · Bill Chase

6.1

Mother Didn't Tell Me

1950 ·

6.7

The Lady Gambles

1949 · Tony

6.9

Johnny Stool Pigeon

1949 · Pringle

7.0

Miss Tatlock's Millions

1948 · Dr. Mason

7.7

The Snake Pit

1948 · Gordon

6.5

Joan of Arc

1948 · Dunois, Bastard of Orleans

7.5

Sorry, Wrong Number

1948 · Fred Lord

6.6

The Gangster

1947 · Beaumont

5.1

Blonde Savage

1947 · Steve Blake

6.7

The Fleet's In

1942 · Jake

7.5

Pardon My Sarong

1942 · Whaba

6.4

Night Monster

1942 · Laurie

6.3

Are Husbands Necessary?

1942 · Bill Stone

6.9

Eagle Squadron

1942 · Johnny M. Coe

6.2

Arabian Nights

1942 · Kamar

7.3

Nothing But the Truth

1941 · Tommy Van Dusen

7.0

H.M. Pulham, Esq.

1941 · Rodney 'Bo-Jo' Brown

5.6

The Blonde from Singapore

1941 · Terry Prescott

6.3

...One Third of a Nation...

1939 · Peter Cortlant

7.5

Crisis

1939 · Narrator (voice)

6.5

The Big Broadcast of 1938

1938 · Bob Hayes

6.8

Ride a Crooked Mile

1938 · Johnny Simpkins

6.7

Conquest

1937 · Paul Lachinski

6.6

Thrill of a Lifetime

1937 · Howard Nelson

6.1

Waikiki Wedding

1937 · Dr. Victor Quimby

8.0

Girl of the Ozarks

1936 · Tom Bolton

6.0

College Holiday

1936 · Dick Winters