From 1954 to 1955, Anthony attended Pomoma College in Pomona, California.
Anthony worked as an actor at the Fred Miller Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1962.
Anthony's height is 5'10" (1.78m).
Anthony co-starred with John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn in the 1975 sequel to True Grit, Rooster Cogburn. He played a character named "Breed."
One of Anthony's best known roles is that of the convict trustee "Dog Boy" in the classic 1967 prison drama Cool Hand Luke. Who could ever forget the scene where "Dog Boy" brings back his dead tracking dog and announces that he's run himself plum to death?
Anthony's parents were Arthur Le Van & Catherine Zerbe.
Anthony is the father of dancer Jennet Zerbe.
In 1955, Anthony hitchhiked to New York from California after leaving college at age 19 to begin an acting career in the theater.
Anthony has been married to Arnette Jens since the 7th of October 1962.
Anthony studied under noted acting coach Stella Adler.
Anthony lent his voice talents to the book-on-tape version of John Saul's Darkness.
Anthony made his film debut in 1967's Will Penny.
Anthony's Chinese Astrological Sign is the Rat.
Anthony's Astrological Sign is Taurus.
Anthony served in the United States Air Force (1959 - 1961) before becoming an actor.
Anthony is the former artistic director of Reflections ... a New Plays Festival at the GeVa Theatre in Rochester, NY.
Anthony held residence and was a member of the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia.
Anthony held residence for 5 summers at the The Old Globe Theatre.
Anthony appeared in the Broadway production of The Little Foxes.
Anthony once served in the US Air Force before becoming an actor.
Anthony lent his voice to the video game Enter the Matrix (2003) reprising his character, Counsellor Hamann.
Anthony is a graduate of the Erhard Seminars Training.
Anthony is a Director of the Millay Colony for the Arts, along with (among others) actors Roscoe Lee Brown and Ellen Burstyn.
Anthony won an Emmy in 1976 for Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his appearance in Harry O (1975).