|Residence||New York City, New York|
|Spouse(s)||Meg Griffiths (m. 2011)|
Happy Anderson (born November 19, 1976) is an American actor who has worked in film, television, on and off Broadway. He is best known for his roles as Mr. James "Jimmy" Fester on Cinemax's The Knick and Jerry Brudos on the Netflix series Mindhunter, from executive producer/director David Fincher. Anderson appears in the Netflix films Bird Box as River Man and Bright as Montehugh, a human who works for the FBI's magic division.
Anderson was born in High Falls, New York. He graduated from Rondout Valley High School in 1995. He received a bachelor of fine arts degree from Ithaca College in 1999, graduating alongside Larry Teng, Kevin Deiboldt, Ben Wilson and Brantley Aufill. He graduated with a master's of fine arts from Indiana University in 2002. In 2003, he moved to New York City. On August 29, 2011, he married Meg Griffiths.
|2007||Brutal Massacre: A Comedy||Ivan|
|2010||Going the Distance||Terry|
|2013||Blue Caprice AKA The Washington Snipers||Car Salesman|
|2014||Cold in July||Ted|
|2015||Addiction: A 60's Love Story||Lanny Gann|
|2016||Hit Men||Charlie Wolczek|
|2017||Bright||Hildebrandt Ulysses Montehugh|
|2018||Bird Box||River Man|
|2018||The Standoff at Sparrow Creek||Morris|
|2020||The New Mutants||Reverend Craig Sinclair||Post-production|
|2008||Law & Order||Jim Matthrews||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Frank||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2010||Army Wives||Bear||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2011||Eden||Prison Guard #1||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Bar Karma||William Wallace||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Onion SportsDome||Jim Weiss||Guest role; 1 episode|
|White Collar||Rusty||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Blue Bloods||Bartender||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Boardwalk Empire||Waiter||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2013||The Carrie Diaries||Bear Man||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Smash||Doorman||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Win||Stevy D||Television film|
|2014||Unforgettable||Gavin||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2014–15||The Knick||Mr. James "Jimmy" Fester||Recurring role; 10 episodes|
|2015||Forever||Lachlann||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Banshee||Bones Tuesday||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Deadbeat||Santa Dylan||Guest role; 1 episode|
|2016||Elementary||Nick Farris||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Turn: Washington's Spies||Henry Dawkins||Guest role; 1 episode|
|BrainDead||Butch||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Quarry||Detective Verne Ratliff||Recurring role; 6 episodes|
|Gotham||Deever Tweed / Tweedle Dee||Guest role; 3 episodes|
|Henry the 9th||Henry||Television film|
|2017||The Deuce||Phil Traub||Guest role; 1 episode|
|Claws||Lamont||Guest role; 3 episodes|
|Mindhunter||Jerry Brudos||Guest role; 2 episodes|
|2017–18||The Blacklist||Bobby Navarro||2 episodes|
|2012||Max Payne 3||The Local Population|
|2013||Grand Theft Auto V||The Local Population|
|2018||Red Dead Redemption 2||The Local Pedestrian Population|
- 1999–2000: Creede Repertory Theatre
- 2003: Kentucky Shakespeare Festival
- 2004: Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival
- 2006: Texas Shakespeare Festival
- 2008: Emancipation, Classical Theatre of Harlem
- 2010: The Merchant of Venice and A Winter's Tale, Shakespeare in the Park
- 2011: The Merchant of Venice, Broadway (dir. Daniel J. Sullivan)
- 2012: Richard III/As You Like It/Inherit The Wind, Old Globe Theatre
- 2013: The Twenty-Seventh Man, The Public Theatre
- 2014: As You Like It, Shakespeare Theatre Company
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