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== Filmography ==
 
== Filmography ==
 
* ''Hour of the Gun'' (1967, with [[Steve Ihnat]], [[William Windom]], [[William Schallert]], [[Robert Phillips]] and [[Dave Perna]], [[music]] by [[Jerry Goldsmith]])
 
* ''Hour of the Gun'' (1967, with [[Steve Ihnat]], [[William Windom]], [[William Schallert]], [[Robert Phillips]] and [[Dave Perna]], [[music]] by [[Jerry Goldsmith]])
* ''The Astronaut'' (1972 made for TV, with [[Robert Lansing]], [[James Sikking]] and [[Paul Kent]], written by [[Harve Bennett]])
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* ''The Astronaut'' (1972 made for TV, with [[Robert Lansing]], [[James B. Sikking]] and [[Paul Kent]], written by [[Harve Bennett]])
 
* ''Ginger in the Morning'' (1974 with [[Susan Oliver]])
 
* ''Ginger in the Morning'' (1974 with [[Susan Oliver]])
   

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Monte Markham (born 21 June 1935; age 84) has been a regular character actor since the 1960s. He played Pascal Fullerton in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Let He Who Is Without Sin...".

Besides being in the Broadway show Irene in the early 1970s, he had regular roles on Baywatch and Melrose Place (with Jerry Hardin) and has made guest appearances in Mission: Impossible, The Mod Squad, Hawaii Five-O, The Love Boat, The A-Team, Murder, She Wrote and The Golden Girls. On the Six Million Dollar Man, he had the recurring role of "The Seven Million Dollar Man", Steve Austin's more powerful and amorally renegade successor. He also appeared in motion pictures such as Guns of the Magnificent Seven, Midway, Airport '77 (with Michael Pataki), Shame, Shame on the Bixby Boys and Judgment Day.

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