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Martin Milner

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Martin Milner has been seen in variety of recognizable roles over the years, but he will always be most remembered as Officer Pete Malloy of "Adam-12." Milner had appeared in a large number of supporting roles, dating back to "Life With Father" in 1947. Milner suffered a bout with polio which set his career back, but he was back on his feet a year later taking on parts in a long list of films ranging from "The Sands of Iwo Jima" to "Sex Kittens Go To College." Many TV roles came Milner's way as well, including "The Lone Ranger," "The Virginian" and "Dragnet" as well as regular gigs on "The Stu Erwin Show" and "The Life of Reilly."

Milner became a famous face when he got the lead in the series "Route 66" in 1960, in which he cruised around the country in a Corvette with George Maharis, looking for adventure. After "Route 66" had run out of gas, and after a couple of roles in TV series and playing Mel in "Valley of the Dolls," Milner was offered the unforgettable role of Pete Malloy on "Adam 12." Milner had worked with show producer Jack Webb a number of times over the years, and also worked with Webb in future projects including "The Seekers." Post "Adam-12" work was as prolific as his prior work, providing Milner with a long and impressive resume. Currently, in addition to acting (he was recently on "Diagnosis Murder"), Milner is often found at collectors shows signing autographs for his fans as well as appearing weekends on San Diego's 690 AM "Let's Talk Hookup" radio program for fishing enthusiasts. Milner is also actively involved in the LAPD's Charitable Memorial Fund.

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