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Nationality  African-American
Role  Television actor
Name  Kenneth Washington
Years active  1947–present
Occupation  Actor

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Born  October 19, 1946 (age 69) (1946-10-19)
Known for  Sgt. Richard Baker (Hogan's Heroes) Officer Miller (Adam-12)
Movies and TV shows  Hogan's Heroes, Westworld, Changes
Similar People  Larry Hovis, Robert Clary, Ivan Dixon, Nita Talbot, John Banner

Kenneth Washington (born October 19, 1946) is a television and film actor who is best remembered for playing Sergeant Richard Baker on the final season of Hogan's Heroes and as Officer Miller on Adam-12. He is one of the last two surviving principal cast members of Hogan's Heroes, with Robert Clary.

Life and career

Washington was born on October 19, 1946. In 1947, he had an uncredited role as Achille in the film The Foxes of Harrow. Washington again was uncredited in 1956's The Birds and the Bees.

Washington started his long TV career in 1968 in the American children's drama series, Daktari, that aired on CBS. "Daktari" is Swahili for "doctor." He had a recurring role in Adam-12 as Officer Miller. Washington is remembered by Star Trek fans in the episode "That Which Survives" as John B. Watkins. In 1970, Washington was cast as a series regular on Hogan's Heroes. He had several guest starring roles throughout the 1970s. In 1989, Washington guest starred on A Different World.


Kenneth Washington Wikipedia