|Died||August 14, 2000 (aged 70)|
|Years active||1955 - 2000|
John Milford (September 7, 1929 - August 14, 2000) was an American actor in theatre, television, and films, playing scores of roles, often as a western villain. He was estimated to have had about 500 appearances in TV roles.
Born in Johnstown, New York, Milford studied civil engineering at Union College but chose to pursue his first love, acting. He "worked for some years with Los Angeles' Bureau of Engineering, Department of Public Works."
Milford first appeared on television in the 1940s on What's My Name? on KGRB in Albany, New York.
From 1959 to 1960, Milford was cast in ten episodes as the historical Ike Clanton on the ABC/Desilu series, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, starring Hugh O'Brian as Wyatt Earp. Milford's last episode is entitled "Wyatt's Bitterest Enemy". Trevor Bardette appeared on the series in the role of Newman Haynes Clanton, or Old Man Clanton, Ike's father.
In 1965 Milford had a recurring role as Cole Younger in the ABC series The Legend of Jesse James, starring Christopher Jones. In the same year, Milford appeared in the third season episode "Billy the Kid" as Sgt. Stoner on the WWII drama Combat!.
Throughout his career Milford continued to work in the theater. He founded the Chamber Theater at 3759 Cahuenga Blvd, pioneering Equity Waiver productions in Los Angeles, and helped launch the careers of actors such as Richard Chamberlain and Vic Morrow.
Milford played the part of Albert Einstein in 1996's Command & Conquer: Red Alert.
Milford died of skin cancer in 2000.
|1956||The Ten Commandments||Attendant to Trojan Ambassador / Young Father||Uncredited|
|1958||The Heart Is a Rebel||Hal Foster|
|1959||Face of a Fugitive||Haley||Uncredited|
|1963||Gunfight at Comanche Creek||Bill Peters|
|1965||Zebra in the Kitchen||Sgt. Freebee|
|1966||For Pete's Sake|
|1967||The Last Challenge||Turpin|
|1969||Support Your Local Sheriff!||Gunman McCullough Throws Rocks At||Uncredited|
|1987||Student Confidential||Mr. Warshetsky|
|1998||Show & Tell||Mr. Mahler|
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