What is Richard Dean Anderson doing now?

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According to IMDb, Richard Dean Anderson is doing a little acting, but mostly spending time with his young daughter. As of 2104, his most recent acting jobs include reprising his role of MacGyver in TV miniseries "MacGyver and the New Citan" and playing a small role in TV series "Fairly Legal."

Richard Dean Anderson's major project since 1998 has been his only child, Wylie Quinn Annarose Anderson, born to him and Apryl A. Prose in August of that same year. For a while, he took a break from acting to spend time with her. Before that his last major acting roles were in "Stargate SG-1," a series that lasted for 10 years, and in the 2008 movie "Stargate: Continuum." Since then he has been in a few random episodes of "SGU Stargate Universe" in his guise of General Jack O'Neill. In 2010 he played the role of David Smith in three episodes of Fairly Legal. Most recently he had some guest appearances on "Saturday Night Live," "Raising Hope" and "Don't Trust the B--- in Apartment 23."

Richard Dean Anderson's career started with a regular role in General Hospital in 1976, but he really came into his own in 1985 when he starred as Angus MacGyver in "MacGyver."

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