Perkins was cremated after his death and his ashes were given to family members.
Perkins appeared as both a Mystery Guest and a Guest Panelist on the gameshow What's My Line?
Co-starred with Jane Fonda in her film debut Tall Story.
In 1991, Perkins won the Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Perkins has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard.
Perkins won a Golden Globe Award in 1957 for Most Promising Male Newcomer.
In 1961, Perkins won the Best Actor award at the Cannes Film Festival for Goodbye Again.
In 1957, Perkins was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Friendly Persuasion.
Perkins directed Psycho III.
Perkins salary in Psycho was $40,000.00
Perkins learned he had AIDs from reading an article in the National Enquirer.
Perkins' number one show biz idol was Orson Welles with whom he co-starred in 1962's The Trial.
Perkins was nominated for two Tony Awards in 1958 and 1960.
Perkins was cremated and the inscription on his urn reads "Don't Fence Me In."
Perkins attended Buckingham Browne & Nichols High School in Cambridge, MA.
Perkins attended Rollins College in Florida for two years. He was given an honorary degree by the college some twenty years later.
Perkins was 6 feet, 2 inches tall.
Perkins and his wife had two sons: Osgood and Elvis. Osgood was named after Perkins' father and Elvis was named after Elvis Presley.
The first woman with whom Perkins had a sexual relationship was Victoria Principal whom he met on the set of The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean in 1971.
Perkins guest hosted Saturday Night Live on March 13, 1976 and spoofed his Norman Bates personna.
Perkins was bisexual.
Perkins and composer Stephen Sondheim wrote the screenplay for the 1973 film The Last of Sheila.
Perkins was the son of film and stage actor Osgood Perkins. The elder Perkins died when Anthony was five.
Perkins' widow died on September 11, 2001. She was a passenger in one of the planes which crashed into the World Trade Center.
Hitchcock originally wanted Dean Stockwell to play Norman Bates but he was unavailable and Perkins was cast instead.
Sang various songs on Ben Bagley's Gershwin Revisited in the late 60's. The songs include Changing My Tune Three Times A Day.
Was married to Berry Berenson from August 9, 1973 until his death.