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Since 1997, he has starred in only one film: Stargate: Continuum, released in 2008, as a spin-off film after the Stargate SG-1 series finale in 2007.
He appears in the follow-up Stargate series Stargate: Atlantis and Stargate: Universe (as Major General and later Lieutenant General Jack O'Neill).
Originally written as a TV movie, with the decision to make Legend a series, the original teleplay became the two-hour pilot episode.
Anderson was applauded for his roles as Ernest Pratt and Nicodemus Legend by many critics, most notably John O'Connor from The New York Times.
Anderson's first role was in the American soap opera, General Hospital as Dr. In 1982–1983 He starred as Adam in the CBS television series Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (based very loosely on the movie of the same name). on CBS, stealing away Celia Warren (Susan Dey), the wife of naval lawyer Jack Warren (Charles Frank).
In the 1983–1984 season, he played Lieutenant Simon Adams on the 22-week Dennis Weaver series Emerald Point N. The character Angus Mac Gyver, also known as just Mac Gyver or Mac, was an optimistic action hero who was notable for using a Swiss Army knife instead of a firearm as his tool of choice.
Jeff Webber in the American soap-opera series General Hospital, then rose to prominence as the lead actor in the television series Mac Gyver (1985–1992).
He later appeared in films such as Through the Eyes of a Killer (1992), Pandora's Clock (1996), and Firehouse (1997).
Anderson has served as an executive producer in six shows in which he has acted himself: Mac Gyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis, Mac Gyver: Trail to Doomsday, Legend, Stargate SG-1, Firehouse and From Stargate to Atlantis: Sci Fi Lowdown.In 1997, Anderson returned to television as the lead actor of the series Stargate SG-1, a spin-off of the 1994 film Stargate.He played the lead from 1997 to 2005 and had a recurring role from 2005 to 2007.C., on September 14, 2004, then-Air Force Chief-of-Staff General John P.Jumper In 1995, he co-starred with John de Lancie in Legend, a comic series of only twelve episodes about a dime novel writer within the Wild West who against his will has to play the role of his own fictional character.