Actor Martin Milner, whose work as Officer Pete Malloy introduced generations of Americans to a honorable and tough policeman on Adam 12, expired on Sunday.

In 1949, Milner had a minor role in the John Wayne film Sands of Iwo Jima.

Among The very fateful acting occupations Milner had came in 1950, when he met ultimate Adam-12 creator Jack Webb to the group of Halls of Montezuma.

Milner began working on Dragnet, with a few restrictions.

“Milner played the part of Sergeant Friday’s partner, Officer Bill Lockwood, as well as some other characters on the radio show,” according to the website Together We Served.

Route 66 ran for more than 115 episodes; Milner followed it up with Adam 12, which ran from 1968-’75.

On Monday, Milner’s death brought the notice of the present chief of the Los Angeles Police Department.

In the later stage of his livelihood, Milner went to guest star on numerous TV shows.

Starting in 1993, Milner, an enthusiastic fisherman, started co-hosting a syndicated radio talk show about fishing, called Let’s Talk Hook Up. He remained for approximately a decade with all the program.