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August 1, 1920
April 3, 2009 (aged 88)|
Santa Monica, California
|Occupation||Theater professor, actor|
Victor Millan, whose real name was Joseph Brown, (August 1, 1920 – April 3, 2009) was an American actor, academic and former Dean of the theatre arts department at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California. Victor Millan was Brown's pseudonym used during his acting career, which spanned decades.
Brown, who adopted the name Victor Millan during his acting career, had over eighty separate television and film credits, in addition to his theater work. Some of his earliest roles included the 1952 film, The Ring, which was directed by Kurt Neumann, as well as Walk the Proud Land, Touch of Evil, and The FBI Story. Millan's later film credits included Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze in 1975, and the 1983 film, Scarface starring Al Pacino, in which Millan played Ariel Bleyer. Millan was an active member of the Screen Actor's Guild.
Victor Millan died at his home in Santa Monica, California, on April 3, 2009, at the age of 88.
- Internet Movie Database (Please note:According to the Los Angeles Times obituary, the dates listed on IMDB are not correct)