Edward Anderson
Edward Anderson may refer to:
  • Ed O.G.
    Ed O.G.
    Edward Anderson is a hip-hop artist from Boston, Massachusetts, United States, better known by his stage names Edo G and Ed O.G.. Although not widely known in the mainstream, Edo G has a cult following in Boston, and an international fanbase.-Career:Born in Roxbury—a rough, predominantly black...

     (born 1971), American hip-hop musician, born Edward Anderson
  • Eddie Anderson (American football coach) (1900–1974), Hall of Fame college football coach
  • Eddie Anderson (comedian)
    Eddie Anderson (comedian)
    Edmund Lincoln Anderson , also known as Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, was an American comedian and actor. His most famous role was that of Rochester van Jones, valet of Jack Benny, on his radio and television shows.-Early life:Anderson was born in Oakland, California...

     (1905–1977), American comic actor who played the character Rochester on the Jack Benny program
  • Eddie Anderson (footballer)
    Eddie Anderson (footballer)
    Eddie Anderson , is a former Scottish football defender.-Career:Anderson joined Clyde in 1969, signing from junior side Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. He spent his entire senior career with the Bully Wee, making over 350 appearances in all competitions during his 11 year spell at Shawfield...

     (born 1949), association football player with Clyde FC
  • Eddie Anderson (safety)
    Eddie Anderson (safety)
    Eddie Anderson is a former American football safety in the National Football league. He was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the sixth round of the 1986 NFL Draft. He played college football at Fort Valley State....

     (born 1963), former American NFL safety
  • Ted Anderson (footballer)
    Ted Anderson (footballer)
    Edward Walton "Ted" Anderson was an English footballer, who played at either full-back or wing-half.-Career:...

  • Edward H. Anderson
    Edward H. Anderson
    Edward Henry Anderson was a Latter Day Saint missionary, leader, writer and editor.Anderson is the author of the biography The Life of Brigham Young. The book is an account written sixteen years following Brigham Young's death in 1877...

     (1858–1928), Swedish Mormon missionary
  • Edward O. Anderson
    Edward O. Anderson
    Edward Oliver Anderson was an architect for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was the architect for the Los Angeles California Temple, Bern Switzerland Temple and London England Temple. He was connected also with the mid-20th century remodelings of the Salt Lake Temple, the...

    (1891–1977), American architect
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