EDWARD ANDREWS - CHECK ENDORSED 01/23/1968 - HFSID 86559
Sale Price $288.00
Los Angeles AFTRA check in the amount of $3000. endorsed by him in 1968
Check Endorsed: "Edward Andrews", 7x3¾ check. Hollywood, California, 1968 January 23. Los Angeles AFTRA Federal Credit Union check #12392, drawn on Bank of America and payable to Edward Andrews for $3000. Readily recognizable character actor Edward Andrews (1914-1985) was in his forties before finding prominent roles. After that, he was seen very often on TV from the early 1950s to the mid-1980s. Andrews could play kindly seniors, such as Molly Ringwald's grandfather in Sixteen Candles (1984), but also corrupt officials and sleazy businessman. He personally preferred comedy, as in the Doris Day vehicle The Glass Bottom Boat (1966), and many of his TV roles were in sitcoms (such as The Love Boat, The Bob Newhart Show and Three's Company. Lightly creased. Normal bank cancellation stamps and perforations. Otherwise, fine condition.
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