Milton "Milt" Oberman is an American actor, best known for a string of movie and TV appearances through the 70s and 80s.
Not much is known about his past and career. A former attorney, he started as an actor in the early Seventies. His earliest known credit was a role in the TV series "Love American Style," followed by roles in "Barnaby Jones," "Fish," "Rhoda," "Soap," and "The Rockford Files." His first screen appearance was in "The Goodbye Girl" in 1977, followed by roles in "Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women," "A Last Cry for Help" and "The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal." He also starred in Delirious with John Candy and Mariel Hemingway and "The Big Green" with Steve Guttenberg and Olivia d'Abo. However, most of his work was on television, appearing on many of the top TV series of the Seventies and Eighties, including "WKRP in Cincinnati," "The Jeffersons," "Eight Is Enough," "Hill Street Blues," "Flamingo Road," "Newhart," "Dallas," "Falcon Crest," "Hart to Hart," "St. Elsewhere," "Knight Rider," "Family Ties," "Scarecrow and Mrs. King," "Knots Landing," "Perfect Strangers," "Empty Nest," "Murder, She Wrote," "The Golden Girls,' "NYPD Blue" and "Diagnosis Murder."
Oberman has since worked as a teacher at Paul Revere Middle School in Los Angeles, California, teaching math and science and spending his time riding and working on motorcycles.

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