Tige Andrews

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Tige Andrews
  • Birth Name: Tiger Andrews
  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 03/19/1920, Pisces
  • Date of Death: 01/27/2007
  • Profession: Actor
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VIDEO: Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton

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Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton
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Length: 50:00
Aired: 3/4/1978

A photographer (Tige Andrews) becomes the prime suspect in a jewel theft and the phony kidnapping of a former actress (Antoinette Bower) whom he photographs. watch

VIDEO: Deadly Innocence

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Deadly Innocence
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Length: 48:12
Aired: 2/15/1976

A father forces his son to conceal a setup he had arranged for revenge. watch

VIDEO: Justice Deferred

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Justice Deferred
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Length: 51:00
Aired: 2/15/1976

The discovery of a skeleton at a demolition site reopens an 18-year-old murder case. watch

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Gypsy Angels
Wings Of Eagles, The -- (Movie Clip) Fly This!
Mister Roberts
China Doll

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The Last Tycoon
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Bio-Rhythms
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The Volunteers
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Photo Must Credit Joe Paxton
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Credits

Year Title Description
1980 Gypsy Angels Movie, Actor - Ted
1976 The Last Tycoon Movie, Actor - Popolos
1968 The Mod Squad TV Show Series, Actor - Capt. Adam Greer
1968 In Enemy Country Movie, Actor - Nicolay
1961 Detectives TV Show Series, Actor - Lt. Johnny Russo

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News

Mod Squad's Tige Andrews Dead at 86

Tige Andrews, Emmy-nominated in 1970 for his role as The Mod Squad's Capt. Adam Greer, died on Jan. 27 of cardiac arrest, at his home in the San Fernando Valley. He was 86. Recalling her father's legacy, Barbara Andrews, one of his six children, tells the Associated Press, "He felt the show made a big difference, because it was one of the first television series to address social issues — such as drugs, prostitution and teen pregnancy — that were hush-hush before that time." read more

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