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|Born||June 21, 1935|
Manatee County, Florida, U.S.
Monte Markham (born June 21, 1935)  is an American actor. He has appeared in films, television series and on Broadway.
Markham was born in Manatee County, Florida, the son of Millie Content (née Willbur) and Jesse Edward Markham Sr., who was a merchant. He attended Palm Beach State College  before graduating from the University of Georgia with a master's degree in theater.  Markham also served 10 years as an officer in the United States Coast Guard.   
Markham played the dual roles of Luke and Ken Carpenter in the 1967–1968 ABC sitcom The Second Hundred Years ,  and portrayed Harry Kellem in the original Hawaii Five-O .[ citation needed ] In 1969–1970, he starred in the television series Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, based on the 1936 movie of the same name. 
Markham had the title role in The New Perry Mason (1973–1974).  He also had the role of 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 1 November 1974. On 9 November 1975, in the third-season episode "The Bionic Criminal", Markham reprised the role – although with the character's name changed to "Barney Hiller". The same year Markham also played the dual roles of Vince Barrett and Rick Hatfield in the Barnaby Jones episode "Doomed Alibi" and portrayed the criminally insane character Pike in the episode "Power Play" in the revival of The Invisible Man .
Markham appeared as Blanche Devereaux's brother Clayton Hollingsworth on the NBC sitcom The Golden Girls , in two episodes. From 1989–1992, he played the role of Captain Don Thorpe, senior lifeguard on Baywatch . He narrated several documentary series that appeared on the History Channel in the mid to late 1990s, including The Great Ships, Air Combat, and Combat at Sea.
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.[ citation needed ] He also appeared on Broadway in Same Time, Next Year (1975). 
Markham's film work includes Hour of the Gun , Guns of the Magnificent Seven , Midway , Airport '77 , and We Are Still Here . He has served as a consultant, director, producer, and narrator for A&E's Classroom, The Great Ships and Air Combat series. [ citation needed ]
|1967||Hour of the Gun||Sherman McMasters|
|1968||Project X||Gregory Gallea|
|1969||Guns of the Magnificent Seven||Keno|
|1971||Death Takes a Holiday||David Smith||TV film|
|1972||The Astronaut||Eddie Reese/Colonel Brice Randolph||TV film|
|One Is a Lonely Number||Howard Carpenter|
|Visions of Death||Professor Mark Lowell||TV film|
|1974||Ginger in the Morning||Joe|
|1975||Hustling||Orin Dietrich||TV film|
|1976||Midway||Commander Max Leslie|
|Relentless||Paul Vickers||TV film|
|1978||Shame, Shame on the Bixby Boys||Mordecai|
|1980||Ghosts of Buxley Hall||Colonel Joe Buxley||TV film|
|1981||Separate Ways||Cliff Johnson|
|1982||Drop-Out Father||Tony Malgrado||TV film|
|Hotline||Kyle Durham||TV film|
|1983||Off the Wall||Governor Paul Smith|
|1986||Jake Speed||Mr. Winston|
|1987||Hot Pursuit||Bill Cronenberg|
|1988||Defense Play||Mark Denton|
|1989||Baywatch: Panic at Malibu Pier||Captain Don Thorpe||TV film|
|1991||Neon City||Captain Raymond|
|1995||Piranha||J. R. Randolph||TV film|
|1999||Chinatown: Strangers in a StrangeLand||Narrator||TV film|
|2012||Music High||Principal Owen Clark|
|2015||We Are Still Here||Dave McCabe|
|2017||Death of the Sheik||Doctor Meeker|
|2018||Get Married or Die||Bill|
|Edge of Isolation||Ivan Polifer|
|Daddy Issues||Gordon Craw|
|2020||The 11th Green||Nelson Rudd|
|A Dark Foe||Mr. Lorne|
|Acquitted by Faith||Jack Cromer|
|1966||Mission: Impossible||Tosk||Episode: "Old Man Out"|
|1967||Iron Horse||Dan Patrick||Episode: "Death by Triangulation"|
|1967-1968||The Second Hundred Years||Luke/Ken Carpenter||Lead role|
|1968||The F.B.I.||Thomas Waters||Episode: "The Intermediary"|
|1969||Here Come the Brides||Bass||Episode: "The Firemaker"|
|Mod Squad||Billy Kilgore||Episode: "Fear Is the Bucking Horse"|
|My Friend Tony||Episode: "Welcome Home, Jerry Stanley"|
|1969-1970||Mr. Deeds Goes to Town||Longfellow Deeds||Recurring role|
|1970||Bracken's World||Ray Wiley||Episode: "A Perfect Piece of Casting"|
|The Virginian||Boss Cooper||Episode: "Gun Quest"|
|The High Chaparral||Dave Redman||Episode: "Too Late the Epitaph"|
|Hogan's Heroes||Captain James Martin||Episode: "Eight O'Clock and All Is Well"|
|The Young Rebels||William Billings||Episode: "Valley of the Guns"|
|The Bold Ones: The Lawyers||Nick Chapman||Episode: "The People Against Doctor Chapman"|
|Love, American Style||Steve||Segment: "Love and Those Poor Crusaders' Wives"|
|Andy||Segment: "Love and the Pen Pals"|
|The F.B.I.||Arthur McBride||Episode: "The Architect"|
|Hawaii Five-O||Harry Kellem||Episode: "The Double Wall"|
|1971||The Mary Tyler Moore Show||John Corcoran||Episode: "Just a Lunch"|
|Dan August||Frank Devlin||Episode: "Dead Witness to a Killing"|
|The Name of the Game||Charlie||Episode: "A Capitol Affair"|
|Alias Smith and Jones||Jim Stokely||Episode: "Something to Get Hung About"|
|Love, American Style||Larry||Segment: "Love and the Married Bachelor"|
|Funny Face||Episode: "Four Sided Triangle"|
|Sarge||Tom Flynn||Episode: "A Bad Case of Monogamy"|
|The F.B.I.||James Robert Devlin||Episode: "The Recruiter"|
|Hawaii Five-O||Jerry Rhodes||Episode: "Wednesday, Ladies Free"|
|1972||The New Dick Van Dyke Show||Bill Mitchell||Episode: "After the Ball Is Over"|
|Medical Center||Dr. Grainger||Episode: "The Choice"|
|1973||Hawaii Five-O||Barry Dean||Episode: "Here Today... Gone Tonight"|
|1973-1974||The New Perry Mason||Perry Mason||Starring role|
|1974||Medical Center||Scott||Episode: "Adults Only"|
|The Manhunter||Keeley Maxwell||Episode: "The Doomsday Gang"|
|Police Woman||Joey Marr||Episode: "The Stalking of Joey Marr"|
|1974-1975||The Six Million Dollar Man||Barney Miller||2 episodes|
|1975||Barnaby Jones||Vince Barrett, Rick Hatfield||Episode: "Doomed Alibi"|
|Cannon||Ed Foster 'Condor'||Episode: "Vengeance"|
|Caribe||Charles Mayfield||Episode: "Lady Killer"|
|Ellery Queen||Tom McKell||Episode: "Too Many Suspects"|
|Medical Story||Raphael Aldrich||Episode: "Woman in White"|
|1976||The Invisible Man||Pike||Episode: "Power Play"|
|McNaughton's Daughter||David Borman||Episode: "Love Is a Four-Letter Word"|
|Quincy, M.E.||Harold Fredericks||Episode: "Who's Who in Neverland"|
|The Quest||Nelson Story||Episode: "The Freight Train Rescue"|
|1977||The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries||Professor Jack Wall||Episode: "The Mystery of Pirate's Cove"|
|Police Woman||Bishop||Episode: "Guns"|
|1978||Lucan||Steven Demaree||Episode: "How Do You Run Forever?"|
|What Really Happened to the Class of '65?||Coach Briggs||Episode: "Class Renegade"|
|1979||The Littlest Hobo||Ray Caldwell||Episode: "Smoke"|
|Trapper John, M.D.||Beaumont||Episode: "Love Is a Three-Way Street"|
|A Man Called Sloane||Jonathan Cambro||Episode: "The Venus Microbe"|
|1980||Hawaii Five-O||Jack Ellington||Episode: "School for Assassins"|
|Eight Is Enough||Michael Hayes||Episode: "A Matter of Mentors"|
|The Incredible Hulk||Colonel Brad||Episode: "Prometheus: Part II"|
|Disneyland||Colonel Joe Buxley||Episode: "The Ghosts of Buxley Hall"|
|Beyond Westworld||Captain Mike Nicholson||Episode: "Take-Over"|
|The Love Boat||Captain Brad Wells||Episode: "Boomerang/Captain's Triangle/Out of This World"|
|Fantasy Island||Edmond Dumont||Episode: "Crescendo/Three Feathers"|
|1981||Dallas||Clint Ogden||Recurring role|
|Hart to Hart||Robert Carney||Episode: "What Becomes a Murder Most?"|
|1982||The Fall Guy||Ryker||Episode: "License to Kill"|
|Today's FBI||Dr. London||Episode: "Serpent in the Garden"|
|Bret Maverick||Captain Dawkins||Episode: "The Vulture Also Rises"|
|Matt Houston||Richard Hoyt||Episode: "Joey's Here"|
|Fantasy Island||Walter Lukas||Episode: "The Magic Camera/Mata Hari/Valerie"|
|Ron Martin||Episode: "Face of Love/Image of Celeste"|
|1983||Simon & Simon||Professor Altman||Episode: "Psyched Out"|
|The Love Boat||Joe Costello||Episode: "The Captain's Crush/Out of My Hair/Off-Course Romance"|
|Fantasy Island||Dr. Mark Reed||Episode: "Nurses Night Out"|
|Hotel||Daniel Brunell||Episode: "Designs"|
|1984||The A-Team||Lt. Mason Harnett||Episode: "Say It with Bullets"|
|The Master||CIA Head||Episode: "Hostages"|
|Finder of Lost Loves||Galen Smith||Episode: "Maxwell Ltd: Finder of Lose Loves Pilot"|
|Rituals||Carter Robertson||Recurring role|
|1986||Blacke's Magic||Douglas Shayne||Episode: "Death Goes to the Movies"|
|Murder, She Wrote||Ned Olson||Episode: "If a Body Meet a Body"|
|1987||Hotel||John Granger||Episode: "Glass People"|
|Murder, She Wrote||Inspector Donald Matheney||Episode: "Doom with a View"|
|1988||1st & Ten||Charles||Episode: "The Bulls Own Up"|
|The Golden Girls||Clayton Hollingsworth||2 Episodes: "Scared Straight" and ”Sister of the Bride”|
|1989||1st & Ten||Medford||Episode: "Duty Calls"|
|Baywatch||Captain Don Thorpe||Recurring role|
|1991||Murder, She Wrote||Andrew Gant||Episode: "Family Doctor"|
|1993||Jimmy Haynes||Episode: "The Survivor"|
|1994||Melrose Place||John Parker||Recurring role|
|1994-1995||Grace Under Fire||Travis Taylor||2 episodes|
|1995||Burke's Law||Philip D'Arcy||Episode: "Who Killed the Sweet Smell of Success?"|
|1995-1996||Campus Cops||Dean Pilkington||Recurring role|
|1996||Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||Fullerton||Episode: "Let He Who Is Without Sin..."|
|1996-2005||The Great Ships||Narrator||Recurring Role|
|1998||Diagnosis: Murder||Sheriff Kelso||Episode: "Dead in the Water"|
|1999||Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show||William Tecumseh Jennings||2 episodes|
|2009||Cold Case||Glenn Drew '09||Episode: "The Brush Man"|
|Fringe||Dr. Blake West||Episode: "Wallflower"|
|2012||Leland Spivey||Episode: "The End of All Things"|
|Leverage||Dr. Everett Udall||Episode: "The Rundown Job"|
|2015||The PET Squad Files||Kerry Ling||Episode: "Welcome to F***ing Hollywood"|
|2010||Fallout: New Vegas||Aaron Kimball|
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