Anthony Zerbe
Milton Krest in Licence To Kill


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Disdaining the "surfer" mentality of his California boyhood friends, Anthony Zerbe chose to head to New York to become an actor. He studied with Stella Adler and worked off-Broadway before achieving success in the mid-'60s. He made his film debut in 1967's Will Penny, after which he settled into a series of sharkish, saturnine villainous portrayals.

Zerbe preferred to work with people who allowed him "space" to develop a characterization; one such person was David Janssen, with whom he appeared on the mid-'70s TV series Harry O (in which he won an Emmy award for his portrayal of Lieutenant Trench).

Active on-stage and in films and television into the 1990s, Anthony Zerbe has contributed some unforgettable acting moments to the big screen, notably as the shadow-enshrouded leper in 1971's Papillon, 1975's Rooster Cogburn with John Wayne, Matthias in The Omega Man (1971) opposite Charlton Heston, and of course as the "blowed up real good" secondary villain, Milton Krest in the 1989 James Bond opus License to Kill.

In 1990 he starred in the 9th Star Trek movie, Insurrection as Admiral Dougherty as well as the 3 Matrix movies as Councillor Hamman


Anthony Zerbe Filmography @ IMDB