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Actor, Martin Milner, was born Martin Sam Milner on Dec 28, 1931 in Detroit, MI. Milner died at the age of 83 on Sep 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA .



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By Rick29 on Apr 4, 2019 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

1. A second season episode of Route 66 featured a brawl between the characters played by and Lee Marvin--resulting in Milner accidentally breaking Marvin's nose. In the biography Lee Marvin: Point Blank, Milner recalls: "The only reason he didn't punch me back is because we were such g... Read full article

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Jim O'Carberry: This is Marty Maher. Whitey Larson.
Martin 'Marty' Maher: How do you do, sir?
Jim O'Carberry: If you have any trouble with horses, drop around and see Marty.
Whitey Larson: But he's in the infantry!
Jim O'Carberry: Well naturally! He knows horses. You don't think they'd put him in the cavalry, do ya?

Steve: That's fish four days old. I won't buy it!

Steve: Mr. Hunsecker, you've got more twists than a barrel of pretzels!

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According to his audio commentary on a "Twilight Zone" DVD, Martin Milner initially turned down "Adam-12" to appear in a play he thought would be more successful, but the play flopped.

Milner and "Adam-12" (1968) co-star Kent McCord were reunited in a Nashville Beat (1989) (TV) on the Nashville Network. McCord played an L.A. cop visiting his friend Milner, an ex-L.A. cop who became a Nashville cop.

Father of Andrew Milner and Amy Milner.

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