McGoohan won two Emmys for his work on the Peter Falk detective drama Columbo, and more recently appeared as King Edward Longshanks in the 1995 Mel Gibson film Braveheart. His first TV acting job was in Disneyland's The Scarecrow of Romney Marsh (1963). In 1964 he starred in the series Danger Man, a more straightforward spy show that initially lasted just one season but was later brought back for three more when its popularity—and McGoohan's—exploded in reruns. He also appeared as a warden in the 1979 Clint Eastwood film Escape from Alcatraz and as a judge in the 1996 John Grisham courtroom drama A Time To Kill.
Sr. Montalban was best known as Mr. Roarke, who presided over a tropical island resort where visitors fulfilled their lifelong dreams — usually at the unexpected expense of a difficult life lesson. Montalban was also the celebrity spokesman for mid-1970s models of the Chrysler Cordoba (Montalban became the subject of jokes when he described the car's optional seats as being "available in soft, Corinthian leather.") Star Trek fans (TV & Movies) will always know and love him as Khan.