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Milton Selzer
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    (October 25, 1918-October 21, 2006)
    Born in Oxnard, California
    Later raised in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
    Jewish-American character actor
    Stage credits include ‘Arms and the Man’ and ‘Julius Caesar’
    Film credits include ‘The Cincinnati Kid,’ ‘Lady Sings the Blues,’ and ‘Sid and Nancy’
    TV guest credits include Twilight Zone (two), The Untouchables (four), Get Smart (seven, as Professor Parker), Perry Mason (two), The FBI (three), Mission: Impossible (five), Sanford and Son, and Hawaii Five-O (six)
    Died of pulmonary complications four days before his 88th birthday
    Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, he tended to be cast as unsympathetic and/or pathetic types.
    His deadpan expression often screamed, 'something smells bad.'
    He was rarely a leading man.
    During the Second World War, he was stationed in Italy as an Infantryman.
    ‘Television Guest Stars: An Illustrated Chronicle for Performers of the Sixties and Seventies’ pegged him as the record holder for most TV series with a guest appearance (minimum 150).
    He was no slouch at playing competent higher-ranking types, though.
    His one marriage bore him but one child.

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