Interviewed in the book "Naked City: The Television Series" by James Rosin
1 Pictorial |
5' 11¾" (1.82 m)
Did You Know?
You learn to draw from your own life experiences and allow that to serve you as you play a character. It encourages you to be daring, fresh, not repetitive, and it draws you away from imitating. The end result is that your work is honest and believable because you're connected to what you're doing. -- GM, on the positive aspects of "Method" acting
He left the popular series Route 66
(1960) almost near the end of its third season in an uproar over some contract dispute and was later replaced by Glenn Corbett
as Martin Milner
's new sidekick. The series wasn't quite the same thereafter, and since Corbett didn't have the chemistry Maharis had with Milner, it lasted a little over a season.