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Louie Perry Anderson (born March 24, 1953) is an American stand-up comedian, performer and television host. Anderson created the cartoon series “Life with Louie”, has written three novels, and was the first host of the next resurrection of the game show “Family Feud”, from 1999 to 2002. In late 1985, Anderson was cast as Lou Appleton alongside Bronson Pinchot to the pilot episode of Perfect Strangers for ABC (that was understood in this early period as The Greenhorn). When the show was picked up, Anderson was replaced by Mark Linn-Baker in the character of Appleton (whose first name was subsequently changed from Lou to Larry) as the producers did not believe the chemistry between Anderson and Pinchot was quite correct. The show ran for eight seasons on ABC. In 1987, Anderson appeared in a comedy special on Showtime. In 1988, Anderson played a part in John Landis’ movie Coming to America, which starred Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall. Exactly the same year found Anderson star in the camp comedy The Wrong Guys. In 1989, Anderson guest-starred on the very first episode of the MuppeTelevision section of The Jim Henson Hour. In 1995, Anderson created and made a Saturday morning animated series for Fox called Life with Louie. The show was based on Anderson’s youth with 10 sibs, a sweet-hearted mom as well as a excessive, war-crazed dad. It also detailed how he was picked on for his weight, and how he used humor to take care of the ribbing. In 1996, Anderson created and starred in The Louie Show for CBS. The show had Anderson playing a psychotherapist in Duluth, Minnesota. The show ran six episodes and was cancelled. In 1999, Anderson got the part of host of the newest model of Family Feud. Anderson appeared on a 2001 episode of The Weakest Link, winning $31,000. He guest starred on the Adult Swim cameo-filled show Tom Goes to the Mayor. Anderson played in the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. In 2012, Anderson filmed a standup special entitled Louie Anderson: Large Baby Boomer. Louie Anderson appears in the 2013 ABC reality TV show Splash. Anderson was saved from drowning while filming by costar, football player Ndamukong Suh.