TV commercial (Canada): "Speedy Muffler" ("Midas Muffler" in the United States). He played the straight-man shop manager to employee Lee Van Cleef
(costumed as a cowboy from his many spaghetti westerns) and (in another skit) with Richard Jaeckel
as an army general riding in a jeep barking orders to everyone.
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Leading men are so cliched. They're so boring, so predictable. But when you get a really kooky, offbeat villain you can explore all kinds of devious twistings and turnings in the human mind. If you're a hero, well, they're all interchangeable. I don't think they're so interesting as these basic characters, which are the mainstay of all the shows anyway. People tend to remember the villains more ...
Colicos worked with Gene Roddenberry designing the look the Klingons have in The Original Series. Budget constraints prevented the extensive makeup the Klingons were supposed to have so Colicos suggested they have a leathery Genghis Khan look, dark skin and hair. a
Often played menacing, sinister villains