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Three-foot-seven-inch actor best known for his work with David Lynch as the creepy "Man From Another Place" who talks backward on Lynch's cult soap opera "Twin Peaks" (1990-91). Previously Anderson had appeared in Lynch's multi-media theater piece Industrial Symphony No. 1" (1989) and was the subject of an award-winning documentary portrait, "Little Mike: A Videoportrait of Michael Anderson" (1985) for which he wrote and performed the song "Little Man."Anderson made his feature acting debut as the star of children's fantasy film "The Great Land of the Small" (1986). He also starred as the enslaved, limping dwarf and court jester to a gluttonous medieval king in "Fool's Fire," director Julie Taymor's adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's revenge fantasy "Hop-Frog" broadcast on PBS in 1992.

Three-foot-seven-inch actor best known for his work with David Lynch as the creepy "Man From Another Place" who talks backward on Lynch's cult soap opera "Twin Peaks" (1990-91). Previously Anderson had appeared in Lynch's multi-media theater piece Industrial Symphony No. 1" (1989) and was the subject of an award-winning documentary portrait, "Little Mike: A Videoportrait of Michael Anderson" (1985) for which he wrote and performed the song "Little Man."

Anderson made his feature acting debut as the star of children's fantasy film "The Great Land of the Small" (1986). He also starred as the enslaved, limping dwarf and court jester to a gluttonous medieval king in "Fool's Fire," director Julie Taymor's adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's revenge fantasy "Hop-Frog" broadcast on PBS in 1992.

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