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Arnold Moss (28 January 191015 December 1989; age 79), a long-time character actor, began his career on Broadway in 1930 and continued to perform plays there until the late 1950s. In the mid-1940s, he added television and movies to his acting range, working there until the late 1970s. He was the father of Jeff Moss, a founding writer of the PBS television program Sesame Street. Lung cancer took his life on 15 December 1989. [1]

He made one Star Trek appearance in the Star Trek: The Original Series first season episode "The Conscience of the King" as Anton Karidian/Kodos the Executioner. He filmed his scenes between Wednesday 14 September 1966 and Friday 16 September 1966, and on Wednesday 21 September 1966 at Desilu Stage 9 and Stage 10.

Moss co-starred in the 1949 film Border Incident, which starred Ricardo Montalban, and the 1950 MGM film Kim, based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling and co-starring Dean Stockwell as the titular character, along with Michael Ansara and Hamilton Camp (in uncredited roles). He also appeared in the 1965 movie The Fool Killer with Salome Jens.

Moss guested in an episode of Bonanza with Ned Romero. He also appeared in an episode of Serpico with Stephen Macht.

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