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Mike Connors

Actor
Male
Born Aug 15, 1925
Age 90
Hometown Fresno, California
Alma Mater University of Cal...
Other Names Krekor Ohanian

Mike Connors is an American actor best known for playing detective Joe Mannix in the CBS television series, Mannix. Before that, he had played a crime-fighting investigator in another CBS series, Tightrope.

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Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1925 Birth Born on August 15, 1925.

TWENTIES

1953 27 Years Old He appeared on the Los Angeles CBS station as "Touch" Connors in an episode of Jukebox Jury before the program went national via ABC in 1953. … Read More
1955 29 Years Old He appeared in numerous television series, including the co-starring role in the 1955 episode "Tomas and the Widow" of the NBC western anthology series Frontier.

THIRTIES

1956 30 Years Old He guest starred on Jeannie Carson's unsuccessful 1956-1957 situation comedy Hey, Jeannie!
1957 31 Years Old He guest starred in two Rod Cameron syndicated crime dramas, City Detective and the western-themed State Trooper, and played the villain in the first episode filmed (but second one aired) of ABC's smash hit Maverick opposite James Garner in 1957.
1958 32 Years Old In 1958, Connors was cast as Miles Borden, a corrupt U.S. Army lieutenant bitter over his $54 per month pay, on NBC's Wagon Train in the episode "The Dora Gray Story", with Linda Darnell in the title role. … Read More
1965 39 Years Old Connors also appeared in the episode of the series One Step Beyond called "The Aerialist. " In 1965, he co-starred in one of Robert Redford's earliest film roles, a WWII black comedy, Situation Hopeless... … Read More

FORTIES

1971 45 Years Old Connors was able to work with his boss on-screen during a cross-promotion episode of Ball's Here's Lucy series in 1971, showing how adept at comedy he was. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1988 62 Years Old Connors' long history of police and military roles very possibly was the reason he was chosen to play Air Force Colonel Harrison "Hack" Peters in Herman Wouk's 1988 World War II-based miniseries War and Remembrance. … Read More
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