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Monte Markham

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Years active  1966–present
Education  University of Georgia
Spouse  Klaire Hester (m. 1961)

Role  Actor
Name  Monte Markham
Siblings  Jess Markham
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Born  June 21, 1935 (age 80) (1935-06-21) Manatee County, Florida, U.S.
Occupation  ActorTelevision directorTelevision producer
Parents  Jesse Edward Markham, Sr., Millie Content Willbur
Movies and TV shows  We Are Still Here, Guns of the Magnificent Seven, The Second Hundred, Neon City, Piranha
Similar People  Ted Geoghegan, Andrew Sensenig, Barbara Crampton, Larry Fessenden, Paul Wendkos

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Monte Markham (born June 21, 1935) is an American actor. He has appeared in films, television series and on Broadway.

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Monte Markham


Early life

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Markham was born in Manatee County, Florida, the son of Millie Content (née Willbur) and Jesse Edward Markham, Sr., who was a merchant.

Television

Of his television roles, Markham is perhaps most famous for playing the dual role of Luke and Ken Carpenter in the 1967–68 ABC sitcom, The Second Hundred Years, and as Harry Kellem in the original Hawaii Five-O. Another of Markham's best known roles was as the racing-car-driver-turned-cyborg Barney Miller in the second-season episode of The Six Million Dollar Man entitled "The Seven Million Dollar Man," which first aired November 1, 1974. (Markham reprised the role—albeit with a character name change to Barney Hiller—in the third-season episode "The Bionic Criminal," which first aired just over a year later, on November 9, 1975). He appeared as Blanche Devereaux's brother "Clayton" on the NBC sitcom The Golden Girls, and portrayed the criminally insane character called Pike in the episode "Power Play" in the 1975 revival of The Invisible Man. From 1989-1992, he played the role of Captain Don Thorpe, senior lifeguard on Baywatch.

Stage

One of his earliest stage experiences was at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in the summer of 1961, where he played Horatio in Hamlet. Markham made his Broadway debut in 1973 in Irene, for which he won the Theatre World Award. He also appeared on stage in Same Time, Next Year.

Film

Markham's film work includes Hour of the Gun, Guns of the Magnificent Seven, Midway and Airport 77. He has served as a consultant, director, producer, and narrator for A&E's Classroom and The Great Ships series.

Film

  • Hour of the Gun (1967) - Sherman McMasters
  • Project X (1968) - Gregory Gallea
  • Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969) - Keno
  • The Astronaut (1972) - Eddie Reese / Col. Brice Randolph
  • One Is a Lonely Number (1972) - Howard Carpenter
  • Ginger in the Morning (1974) - Joe
  • Midway (1976) - Cmdr. Max Leslie
  • Airport '77 (1977) - Banker
  • Shame, Shame on the Bixby Boys (1978)
  • Separate Ways (1981) - Cliff Johnson
  • Hotline (1982) - Kyle Durham
  • Off the Wall (1983) - Gov. Paul Smith
  • Counter Measures (1985)
  • Jake Speed (1986) - Mr. Winston
  • Hot Pursuit (1987) - Bill Cronenberg
  • Neon City (1991) - Captain Raymond
  • Piranha (1995) - J.R. Randolph
  • Life Partners (2014)
  • We Are Still Here (2015) - Dave McCabe
  • References

    Monte Markham Wikipedia


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