Arthur Anderson began his film career while attending the University of South Carolina. Because of his background in stand-up comedy and live radio comedy sketches, local advertising agencies hired him to develop and produce comedic radio and television commercials to promote their clients’ products. After graduating, Arthur began working on feature films in New York. He became a member of the Directors Guild of America, moved to Los Angeles, and worked on numerous television shows and feature films as an Assistant Director.
In 1996, he joined John Woo as his first Assistant Director on the feature film “Face Off.” On “Mission Impossible II," action writing was added to his duties. Since then, Arthur has been a Co-Producer and action writer on the features “Windtalkers,” BMW Films’ “The Hostage,” and “Paycheck." Arthur co-produced “Mission Impossible III” for Paramount Pictures, as well as being the East Coast 2nd Unit Director for that film. He also directed the 2nd unit on the Starship Kelvin on the feature film, “Star Trek.” More recently, Arthur has directed numerous episodes of the hit TV series "Pretty Little Liars."
Occult historian Mitch Horowitz discussed how to renew faith in yourself and realize your dreams in the new year. Followed by Arthur Anderson on the nature of spiritual warfare, and his battle against demonic forces. More »