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Tom Anfinsen

Tom Anfinsen was born as Thomas Anfinsen. He is an actor, known for The Barefoot Executive (1971). See full bio »

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The Barefoot Executive
1971

Filmography

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 1975 Ellery Queen (TV Series)
Worker
- The Adventure of the 12th Floor Express (1975) ... Worker (uncredited)
 1974 99 and 44/100% Dead
Dakota (uncredited)
 1974 Blazing Saddles
German Soldier (uncredited)
 1973 Hawkins (TV Series)
Courtroom Spectator
- Blood Feud (1973) ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
 1972 What's Up, Doc?
Musicologist (uncredited)
 1972 The Partridge Family (TV Series)
Audience Member
- Fellini, Bergman, and Partridge (1972) ... Audience Member (uncredited)
 1972 McCloud (TV Series)
Tour Group Member
- A Little Plot at Tranquil Valley (1972) ... Tour Group Member (uncredited)
 1971 The Barefoot Executive
Dr. Schmidt
 1970 WUSA
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
 1969 Hook, Line and Sinker
Burial Spectator (uncredited)
 1965 Brainstorm
Party Guest (uncredited)
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 1973 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series)
Dr. Schmidt
- The Barefoot Executive: Part 2 (1973) ... Dr. Schmidt
- The Barefoot Executive: Part 1 (1973) ... Dr. Schmidt

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