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Hans Matheson is an actor whose body of work and approach to acting I've long admired. Legend has it that every twenty-five years an angel visits the local candlemaker and bestows a miracle upon whomever lights the Christmas Candle.
Or, as someone who knows me well has more succinctly put it, "He's your movie boyfriend, Michael! However, shortly after the arrival of the new pastor (Hans' character), the Christmas Candle goes missing.
He is perhaps best known for his portrayals of the smooth-talking Eric "Otter" Stratton in the comedy film National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) and of Vice President John Hoynes in the NBC drama The West Wing.
In addition, he played the role of the oldest son, Mike Beardsley, in the film Yours, Mine and Ours (1968), which starred Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda.In the final season of the television western Bonanza in 1972–1973, Matheson played Griff King, a parolee who tries to reform his life as a worker at the Ponderosa Ranch under Ben Cartwright's tutelage.He portrayed a young motorcycle cop, Phil Sweet, in the film Magnum Force (1973).Matheson also appeared earlier in the CBS situation comedies My Three Sons and Leave It to Beaver.In 1975, he guest starred in CBS's short-lived family drama Three for the Road.In 1969, Matheson joined the cast of NBC's television western The Virginian in the eighth season as Jim Horn.He had a guest role in the 14th episode of the second season of Night Gallery, in the story "Logoda's Heads".In 1989, he starred in the short-lived sitcom Nikki and Alexander produced by Reinhold Weege.Matheson, along with business partner Dan Grodnik, bought National Lampoon in 1989 when the magazine was facing financial decline.More Yorkshire navvy larks; David Tennant on sushi; a real-life drugs bust; and superior prog mockumentary; plus Adult Swim cartoon fun and the White House soap returns Episode two of writer Steve Thompson’s navvy lark drama, and schoolmaster’s widow Annie (Jessica Raine) and her family continue to adjust to their reduced circumstances in a frontier Yorkshire shanty town.In this, they’re not helped by the unwelcome presence of railway detective Bamford (Mark Addy), who’s investigating the explosion at the viaduct at the behest of landowner Charles Blackwood (Daniel Rigby).