Ken Anderson (filmmaker)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Ken Anderson (born in Rembrandt, Iowa, USA on September 23, 1917, died in Warsaw, Indiana, USA on March 12, 2006) was an American film director, producer and screenwriter of Christian-themed films, most remembered for his film Pilgrim's Progress, an adaptation of the book of same name The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Anderson was also a prolific writer with 77 books published over a span of 6 decades since the 1940s including his best known book Where to Find It in the Bible.[1] He was also an editor for the magazine Youth for Christ.

Anderson co-founded Gospel Films. But in 1961, he and his wife Doris (Jones) left to form Ken Anderson Films.[2] Over 200 Christian films have been produced since then, including original dramas for many overseas countries.[1]



  • 1961: The Family that Changed the World
  • 1964: In His Steps
  • 1965: Man of Steel
  • 1972: The Gospel According to Most People
  • 1979: Pilgrim's Progress
  • 1979: Christiana
  • 1981: Hudson Taylor
  • 1984: Fanny Crosby


  • 1972: The Gospel According to Most People
  • 1981: Hudson Taylor
  • 1984: Fanny Crosby



External links[edit]