Martin Milner Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Martin Milner Net Worth $500 Thousand Dollars
Martin Milner net worth: Martin Milner is an American actor with a net worth of $500 thousand. Martin Milner was born in Detroit, Michigan, and moved around a whole lot as a kid. His family finally settled in Seattle, Washington, where he began appearing in children’s theater productions. His family subsequently relocated to la, where he began studying with the acting instructor. His family made the transition to film work in the mid-40s, but became ill with polio, and had to put his career on hold for a time. After recuperating, his family returned to acting, graduated from high school, and went to college.
December 28, 1931
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Actor, Producer, Soundtrack
University of Southern California
Judith Bess "Judy" Jones; his death
Amy Milner, Andrew Milner, Molly Milner, Stuart Milner
Mildred E. Martin, Sam Gordon Milner
Sweet Smell of Success, Life with Father, Valley of the Dolls, 13 Ghosts, Halls of Montezuma, Marjorie Morningstar, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Pete Kelly's Blues, Operation Pacific, The Private Lives of Adam and Eve, The Captive City, Compulsion, Sex Kittens Go to College, My Wife's Best Friend, Springfield Rifle, Zebra in the Kitchen, Last of the Comanches, Our Very Own, Destination Gobi, SST: Death Flight, Three Guns for Texas, I Want You, Man Afraid, Fighting Coast Guard, Flood!, Crisis in Mid-Air
The Swiss Family Robinson, Adam-12, Route 66, The Stu Erwin Show
Two television shows in which he starred and for which he is probably most famous, Route 66 (1960) and Adam-12 (1968), are both renowned for filming primarily on location as opposed to on a Hollywood sound stage.
He was the visual inspiration for the original illustrations of the superhero Green Lantern/Guy Gardner (created in 1968). Milner was 37 years old at the point.
He has played the same character (Officer Peter Malloy) in four different series: Dragnet 1967 (1967), Adam-12 (1968), The D.A. (1971) and Emergency! (1972).
Milner has been a co-host of "Let's Talk Hookup", a radio show for fly fishing enthusiasts, since 1993.
According to his audio commentary on a The Twilight Zone (1959) DVD, Martin Milner initially turned down Adam-12 (1968) to appear in a play he thought would be more successful, but the play flopped.
Father of Andrew Milner and Amy Milner.
Milner and Adam-12 (1968) co-star Kent McCord were reunited in a Nashville Beat (1989) on the Nashville Network. McCord played an L.A. cop visiting his friend Milner, an ex-L.A. cop who became a Nashville cop.
I have no complaints on any level. I'm pretty happy about the way everything turned out.