Then & Now: Eddie “Rochester” Anderson home

Eddie Rochester Anderson House

The Eddie “Rochester” Anderson home in the 1950s and today. Its address was originally 1932 W. 37th Street. Following Anderson’s death in 1977 (of heart failure at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills), the address changed to 1932 Rochester Circle in his memory.

Liked it? Take a second to support Bizarre.Los.Angeles on Patreon!

6 thoughts on “Then & Now: Eddie “Rochester” Anderson home

  1. i have watched and thoroughly enjoyed all of his movies. Wonderful! And such a unique voice. Never heard anyone say a bad word about him.

  2. I read that it is a Recovery House for people experiencing susbstance use disorders. He left it in his will for that purpose. There are now a number of affiliated houses in the area operated by the Eddie “Rochester” Anderson Foundation. Apparently he was humane in addition to a top notch comedian pioneering the way through a terribly racist show business..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *