John Milford

John Milford

About John Milford

John Milford

John Milford

September 07, 1927 - August 14, 2000

Place of Birth    :   Johnstown, New York, USA
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John Milford (September 7, 1927 - 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. 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's Los Angeles Times obituary credits him with using his engineering background to help create the original design for the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. (Source: Wikipedia)