Anthony Edwards is an actor who has appeared in countless films and TV shows – but what is he most famous for?

ER

Anthony Edwards is probably most famous for his role in ER in which he appeared in from 1994 until 2002 and then again in 2008. All in all, he starred in 181 episodes of the long-running medical drama. He played the character, Dr Mark Greene.

In 2013 he appeared as Hank Galliston in 10 episodes of the TV series Zero Hour. His biggest film role to date would most likely be Ray “Brains” Hackenbacker in the 2004 Thunderbirds and as Lt Nick “Goose” Bradshaw in the 1986 mega film, Top Gun with Tom Cruise.

Personal life

In 1994 he married his wife Jeanine Lobell and together they have four children, one son and three daughters. They live in New York City. Anthony was born in July 1962 which makes him 54/5 in 2017.

He’s an award-winning actor, who has received a Golden Globe and six  Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Sexual harassment allegations against Gary Goddard

In November 2017, Anthony Edwards wrote an essay on the website Medium, alleging that Hollywood director, Broadway producer and theme park designer Gary Goddard sexually assaulted him when he was 12 years old. He claimed that Goddard was a “mentor, teacher and friend” but alleges that he “molested by Goddard”.

These allegations have been strongly denied by Gary Goddard’s spokesperson who said,

“Gary first met Anthony more than 40 years ago. Gary was a mentor, teacher and a friend to Anthony, which makes this story all the more disturbing to him. As to the allegations that Mr Edwards made in his post today, I can unequivocally deny them on Gary’s behalf.

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“Gary played an important role in helping start Anthony’s acting career and acted as his personal manager. He has nothing but the greatest respect for Anthony as a person. Gary is saddened by the false allegations.

“The post by Anthony, as well as many of the news stories today reference a legal claim made against Gary approximately four years ago regarding sexual harassment. The complaint was demonstrated to be fraudulent as it was completely fabricated, and ultimately withdrawn by the complainant and his attorneys”.